Arkansas, home to seven commercial wineries, is the oldest and largest grape and wine producing state in the southern U.S. Arkansas’s wine country is primarily in the Northwest and Western parts of the state. Wine country stretches from Eureka Springs to Altus and Paris and on to Hot Springs. Visitors to Arkansas Wine Country also can enjoy historic sites, outdoor recreation, and, of course, some of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
Keels Creek Winery. Wine and art lovers will absolutely fall head-over-heels for Keels Creek Winery and Keels Creek Art Gallery. Located in the hills of Keels Creek, the winery contains more than 10 varieties of grapes. The work of 27 artists is displayed in the 3000 square foot gallery. For more information, visit www.keelscreek.com.