Beverages

Wine

With 160,000 bottles to choose from, Blackberry Farm's wine cellar is deep with opportunities to learn more about wine. During your stay, you can schedule an opportunity to spend time with a member of our sommelier team for in-depth tasting and explore regions, varieties, producers and vintages.

The goal of Blackberry Farm's Wine Program is simply to offer the most exciting wine experience to each of our guests, from beginners to the most dedicated wine connoisseurs. We are confident that guests with the most experienced wine palates will be overjoyed with the opportunity to experience the wine they have always heard about but never seen, or maybe just revisit an old favorite all found on our Wine Spectator Grand Award winning Wine List.

Wine Menu
Wine Spectator Award Winner

Wine Spectator Grand Award Winner 2006–2016

James Beard Award for Outstanding Wine Program

James Beard Award for Outstanding Wine Program 2014

Andy has always had an interest in how things taste. After working his way through local restaurants, Andy headed straight for the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) to round out his education in the culinary arts and restaurant management. After a stint at Little Nell, Andy found his true interest in the front of house. He graduated from the CIA in 2002, moved to Walland, Tenn., and began his career with Blackberry Farm in 2002. He soon became involved in the young wine program. In less than 6 years, Blackberry's wine cellar grew from 17,000 bottles to 166,000. With Andy Chabot's talent on the floor, the wine program has become synonymous with the success of Blackberry Farm. In 2007 Andy took on the role of Director of Dining and Beverages running all aspect of the service and beverage departments at Blackberry Farm. In 2014 The Barn at Blackberry Farm®, under the direction of Andy, received the James Beard Award for Outstanding Wine Program. Andy’s media features include Imbibe Magazine, Wine Spectator Magazine, Food and Wine Magazine, The TODAY Show and more. Andy has proceeded past the advanced level of the Court of Master Sommeliers Exam and was the recipient of the Michael Bonaccorsi Scholarship. Today, Andy is responsible for all aspects of managing Blackberry Farm's Grand Award winning wine program as well as all aspects of the Food and Beverage programs.

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