horse creek winery
The South has long been known for its intense love of tradition. The Perry family is certainly no exception. Ed Perry and his wife Andrea have always worked to achieve a South that allows Old Southern traditions to blend seamlessly with the progression and innovation of the New South. Situated in the lush green landscape of South Georgia are 40 acres of some of the highest quality, sweetest Muscadine grapes in America. This woody vine, native to the Southeast United states and known for the musky fruit it bears, is the heart and soul of Horse Creek Winery & Perry Vineyards in Nashville, Georgia.
What started as a fresh fruit vineyard quickly led to many contacts in the wine industry. Thanks to encouragement from both old and new-found friends, Ed and Andrea began a new journey, opening Horse Creek Winery in 2008. The Perrys’ original vision of blending Old and New South manifests itself in the smooth, award-winning muscadine wines that are uniquely Horse Creek. Even the name of the winery itself reflects the family’s love and respect for their own history. The creek that runs on the edge of the property – Horse Creek – was named by W.D. “Bill” Perry, Ed’s father. The Perrys’ decided on the name Horse Creek Winery in his memory.