The Kentucky Bourbon Trail is something recommended to tourists in this area. It consists of 6 distilleries. They all offer a tour and are open to the public. If you complete the entire tour of 6, you can send in your signed passport and they’ll even send you a T-shirt commemorating the event.
That may have been an interesting thing to do. Well, one or two of them anyhow, but neither of us has any interest in bourbon, so we decided to pass. This is a beautiful, hilly area with many gorgeous horse farms so we took a ride in the country over the weekend.
The countryside was beautiful and every farm was bordered by these fences.
They were all the same so it was impossible to know where one farm left off and another began.
Surprisingly, we saw very few horses and none that I could get a good picture.
While we were out, we happened upon Equus Run Vineyards right in the middle of horse country. That’s more our speed! The winery has an interesting history and is detailed on their website if you have an interest.
The tasting room/gift shop is a renovated farm tool shop.
While sitting on the deck enjoying the garden, you are kept company by the resident horse, Veggetariat
We enjoyed a bottle of Chardonnay in the gardens and purchased another to take home
Other than a grocery store stop and another Red Box pickup, that was about it for our weekend. Just a nice, relaxing time.
Today we are getting ready for our move tomorrow. We’ll pull out of here in the morning and head for West Virginia. Until then, thanks for stopping by.