The Oldest Commercial Estate Winery In The Country Is In Kentucky, And It's The Perfect Fall Day Trip
By Sarah McCosham|Published September 12, 2022
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The Bluegrass is Bourbon Country, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other spirited tricks up our state’s sleeve. In Augusta, Kentucky, for example, you’ll find the oldest commercial estate winery in the country. Baker-Bird Winery is acclaimed for its winery *and* bourbon distillery, and is, in our opinion, the perfect fall day trip in Kentucky.
Have you visited this breathtakingly beautiful *and* world-famous winery in Kentucky before? Baker-Bird Winery truly is an impressive and inspiring day trip destination in Kentucky. And, if you can believe it, this winery is somehow more marvelous drenched in fall foliage. Cheers!
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