When you visit a winery fifteen minutes before closing, you might think you wouldn’t be welcomed. But the people at Prodigy couldn’t have been more hospitable. We were driving across the state on our way home and as we were nearing Frankfort, we decided to see if they were still open. They were and we had a lovely visit.
On Friday evenings until 9PM, Prodigy serves food and has live entertainment. Even though they were about to close when we arrived, we were offered a menu of grilled food or appetizers and a chance to taste the wine. We chose to have a glass of wine and listen to the music. The musical artist was Thomas Hood playing guitar.
We did taste a couple of new wines, the barrel fermented Chardonel and a new Zinfandel. We chose Lemberger, our favorite, to drink. While there, we were invited to join their new wine club. Members get three bottles of wine four times a year, either of your choice or the winemakers, as well as discounts and special members only events.
Our choice to stop was definitely a good one. We had an enjoyable time. Chad Peach, the owner and winemaker, is doing a great job.This entry was posted in Kentucky Wineries by admin