About us

Lovers Leap Vineyards and Winery

Lawrenceburg, Kentucky

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Lovers Leap Vineyards & Winery is owned by David and Patty Sivinski along with President, Brian Sivinski. The Sivinski family is committed to producing some of the highest quality wines in the state of Kentucky.

 

The Lovers Leap vineyards were originally planted on our 60 acre farm in 1994 and consist of over 25 acres of grapes with 8 different varietals: White grape varieties are Vidal Blanc, Cayuga White, Aromella  and Vignoles. Red grape varieties are Cynthiana/Norton, Chambourcin, Crimson Cabernet and Petite Pearl. 

 

We are often asked if we bring in grape varieties that we don't grow; the answer is "Yes." Our love and passion for wine expands out into the worldwide offering of wine grapes and we aspire to continuously bring in the highest quality grape varieties available. Currently, the  Lovers Leap Barrel aging facility houses wines made from grapes known all over the world. Slated for bottling within the next few years are: Tempranillo, Mourvedre, Petite Sirah, Malbec, Merlot and Syrah, just to name a few. These wines as well as the reds we grow are aged in barrels made from American, Kentucky and French oak.

 

Our facilities consist of everything required to bring you the highest quality wines possible. We also have a large tasting room, a very cozy lounge  and a 180 degree wrap around deck for our visitors .  


While here, you can experience the entire wine making process from vine to bottle while being guided on our tour with the winemaker or his assistants.  Enjoy a glass of wine as your tour guide explains and educates you about our wines and the winemaking process.  Our hospitality is only matched by the stunning views of our vineyard which comes right up to our front door. 

 

We would be thrilled to have you and yours as our guest!

 

 

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