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Wills Creek Winery

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Visit Wills Creek Winery & Tasting Room

Discover a world where European tradition meets Southern charm


When you visit Wills Creek Vineyards & Winery, you’ll discover a tranquil and beautiful world away from everyday cares. It's a destination steeped in history and designed to invigorate all of your senses. Come for a one-day visit, or make the outdoor deck and lawn a regular evening destination to take in the views and your favorite food and drink. 


Make your Wills Creek Vineyards & Winery experience a memorable one with these exciting things to do:


  • Enjoy a wine tasting of up to 20 varieties of wine, also available for purchase
  • Find unique gifts and souvenirs for wine and food lovers. Gift baskets available.
  • Take a tour of the processing rooms for a peek into how wines are made
  • Attend a monthly wine-making class and other seasonal events
  • Stock up on home wine and beer making supplies 
  • Dine on the deck or patio with a view of the Appalachian mountain pea shell hills and overlooking the Duck Springs nature preserve and pond.  Enjoy wine by the glass, cheese plates or platters, or deluxe summer sausage/cheese/fruit platters.
  • Meet the owners, and see why visitors love to return time and again to Wills Creek Vineyards.


About Us

Meet owners, Jahn and Janie Coppey, and hear how what started as a trip around the world led to their marriage and settling in Alabama that started it all.

Private Celebrations

Wills Creek Vineyards and Winery operates two properties that have the ability to host private parties and celebrations.


  • Wills Creek Winery is ideal if your event will have fewer than 50 people.

  • Wills Creek Vineyards at the Windmill is ideal if your event will have 50 to 200 people.

Click Below for More Details about our Wedding Venue

Contact Us

Wills Creek Winery

10522 Duck Springs Road, Attalla, Alabama 35954, United States

(256) 538-5452

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