Featured Restaurants


  • Harpersville

  • Morgan Creek Vineyards

    Morgan Creek Vineyards

    181 Morgan Creek Lane, Harpersville, AL 35078
    (205) 672-2053

    Family-owned and operated, Morgan Creek Vineyards is one of 11 wineries in Alabama. The vineyard produces a variety of wine, from muscadine to blueberry to its signature Vulcan Red. Morgan Creek offers free vineyard tours and tastings six days a week, and also hosts a slew of events throughout the year, from grape stomps to concerts complete with fireworks.



  • Montgomery

  • Derk's Filet & Vine

    431 Cloverdale Road, Montgomery, AL 36106
    (334) 262-8463

    Derk's Filet & Vine has served hand-cut steaks, sliced Boarshead meats, fresh produce, casseroles, gourmet groceries, salads and delicious seasonings for more than a decade. An extensive selection of wine and beer and some of the area's best meat-and-three offerings earns the eatery regular recognition in local readers' choice awards.


    Casual dining, Steak, Wine

  • Vintage Year

    405 Cloverdale Raod, Montgomery, AL 36106
    (334) 264-8463

    The Chophouse Vintage Year opened in 1984 as Montgomery's only specialty wine shop. The owners started serving gourmet lunch and eventually the space evolved into one of the city's top fine dining establishments. Today Vintage Year is open for dinner only, serving seafood and choice cuts of beef. More

    Fine Dining, Seafood, Steak, Wine

  • Perdido

  • Perdido Vineyards

    Perdido Vineyards

    22100 County Road 47, Perdido, AL 36562
    (251) 937-9463

    Alabama's first farm winery since prohibition, Perdido Vineyards began producing wine from the 50-acre Muscadine grape vineyard in the 1970s. Known for its Rose Cou Rouge - French for Redneck Rose - the winery also makes apple wine and award-winning wine vinegars.



  • Talladega

  • Bryant Vineyards

    1454 Griffitt Bend Road, Talladega, AL 35160
    (256) 268-2638

    Overlooking beautiful Lake Logan Martin, Bryant Vineyards is rooted on land that's been family-owned since the mid-1800s. What started as a few vines planted for family jellies in the 1960s turned into a full-fledged winery in 1985. Since then, the vineyard has produced several award-winning varieties and seasonal favorites.