Bryant Vineyard is rooted on land which has been in the family since the mid 1800’s. For years the farm was owned and operated by Joseph S. Armbrester, grandfather to the Bryants, who found the Coosa Valley ideal for rearing his family and growing cotton as the main crop. Overlooking the beautiful Lake Logan Martin, Bryant Vineyard emerged from a dream in 1965 when only a few vines were planted for family jellies and wine experimentation. Then, in 1981 several varieties of European grapes along with native Alabama muscadine and scuppernong grapes were planted on approximately five acres — the heart of today’s vineyard. We have been an Alabama licensed winery since 1985, receiving the second license granted by the state.

Our Wines and Fruits

We invite you to try our fresh fruit! Pick muscadine and other grape varietals right off the vines and take a few pounds home with you. Fresh muscadines are typically sweet and ripe in September — call or email for more information.

Also, make sure to pick some vegetables from our extensive garden, including many different varieties of peppers, including Jalapeño, Anaheim, Habanero, Joe E. Parker, and even the legendary Bhut Jolokia.

What To Expect

Bryant Vineyard is Alabama’s Oldest Continually Operating Winery. We proudly produce several Award-winning Muscadine Wines. Our vines are planted on land that has been in our family since the mid-1800s. Overlooking one of Alabama’s most beautiful lakes, our first grapevines were planted in 1965, and today produce some of the most flavorful, aromatic, and delicious wines available anywhere.

We are open to the public 10am – 5pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday
…and other days by appointment.


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