Edible Directory: April-May 2017
We create artisan, award-winning whiskeys, blending our fi nished spirits in small batches of 8 to 12 barrels at a time. Tours available. 500 E. Main St. Louisville 40202. 502- 890-6300. email@example.com. http:// angelsenvy.com/.
Bernheim Forest and Arboretum
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is a 14,000 acre arboretum, forest, and nature preserve located 25 miles south of Louisville. Activities are designed to strengthen the bond between people and nature, State Highway 245, P.O. Box 130 Clermont, KY 40110; 502-955-8512; www.bernheim.org.
Bourbon Barrel Foods
The United States’ only soy sauce microbrewery has expanded to also provide smoked spices, artisan sugars, gourmet sauces and marinades, grill wood, sorghum, vanilla extract and a Woodford Reserve® branded line. Retail shop: 2710 Frankfort Ave. Louisville 40206. 502-618-0939. Mo-Sat. 10am-6pm. Sun 10am-4pm. BourbonBarrelFoods.com.
Cadence and Core
Stott Pilates is a holistic approach to an acclaimed mind-body exercise system that is safe, yet challenging, for all fi tness levels. Classes include: Pilates, core strength and fl exibility, injury rehabilitation, pre-natal transition, sport specific enhancement. 1437 Story Ave, Louisville, 40206. By Appointment: 502-291-9715.
Jefferson’s Visitor Center at Kentucky Artisan Distillery
Home of Jefferson’s Small Batch Bourbon, the visitor center offers the story behind this nationally-recognized brand. 6230 Old LaGrange Rd, Crestwood 40014, 502-241- 3070, firstname.lastname@example.org
We use old fashioned methods and fi nest, locally sourced (when possible) ingredients to make our family of brands and products made by our family owned business. 500 Gordon Lane, Shelbyville 40065. 502-487- 5007. Tue–Sat 10am-6pm. Closed Sun & Mon. www.jepthacreed.com.
Kentucky Grape & Wine Council
You know Kentucky bourbon. Now get to know Kentucky wine. America's first commercial vineyard was established in Kentucky and our regional wineries offer an array of award-winning wines. 502- 782-4117. email@example.com, www. kentuckywine.com.
Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company
Our doors opened in 2015, but our roots begin in 1889 when Henry Kraver began distilling bourbon. Fourth and fi fth generation distillers, Corky and Carson Taylor continue the tradition of providing a distinctively- authentic bourbon experience. Distillery tours Wed-Sat 10am-5pm. 120 N 10th St., Louisville, 40202. 502-566-4999. www.kentuckypeerless.com.
Our family has been bringing the Best of the World to Louisville for 35 years. Offering the fi nest pastas, bread, cheese, gourmet delicacies, homemade specialty items, and Gourmet Gift Baskets. Catering services available. Stop in our Cafe! 896-6361, 3717 Lexington Rd, Louisville, 40207. www. LotsaPastaLouisville.com.
Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau
The city’s Urban Bourbon Trail claims over 35 stops, all with over 50 bourbons available and tasty bourbon-inspired culinary delights. Kentucky produces 95% of the world’s supply of bourbon, proudly laying claim to being the “Gateway to Bourbon Country.” One Riverfront Plaza, 401 West Main St, Ste. 2300 Louisville, 40202. 1.888. LOUISVILLE. www.gotolouisville.com.
Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau
Paducah inspires creativity with chefs and craft brewers, distillers and vintners who refl ect the fl avor and authentic hospitality that have long been the city’s hallmark. 128 Broadway, Paducah 42001 | 1.800. PADUCAH. www.paducah.travel.
Six Ridges Beef
We raise 100% grass-fed local beef on our premium pasture that never uses chemical fertilizers or commercial pesticides. All our cattle are born and raised on family farm with an emphasis on sustainability and animal welfare. 760 Austerlitz Rd, Paris, 40361. Store hours: Mon-Tues: 9am-3pm. or by appointment. 859-953-1050. www. sixridgesfarm.com
We are a small farm winery in New Castle, Kentucky. Tasting room is open: 10-6 Monday-Friday and 1-6 Sundays. No appointment required. Summer concert series dates on our website. Weddings, corporate events, concerts, receptions, and private tastings. 855 Drennon Road, New Castle 40050. 502-845-7091. www. smithberrywinery.com
Waterfront Botanical Gardens
Our mission is to develop experiences that promote appreciation and understanding of plants for a more harmonious and sustainable world. WaterfrontGardens.org.
Weisenberger Mills is a 6th generation family operated mill proudly producing more than 70 all natural grain products. P.O. Box 215, Midway 40347; 800-643-8678; email: firstname.lastname@example.org. www. weisenberger.com
Premium spirits using grains come grown three miles away from distillery. Support your local distillery. Tue-Sat 10am-4pm, hourly tours. Gift Shop & Tastings Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. 4095 Lebanon Rd. Danville, 40422. www.wildernesstracedistillery.com
Growing great plants for over 35 years, Wilson’s is THE place for all your plant needs. Our Frankfort location offers a unique nursery experience and a delicious lunch at Sage Garden Café. Our Lexington location, mirrored in a similar vision with a fresh urban perspective. 3690 East-West Connector (Rte 676), Frankfort, 502-223- 1488. Open daily. WilsonNurseriesKY.com.
Selling wine in The Highlands for over 10 years, our knowledgeable staff is available to answer all questions about wine and food pairings. Our strength is our service. Wine samplings daily from 4–8pm. 1200 Bardstown Road, 40204, 502-451-7446, www.thewinemarket.net.
Yew Dell Gardens
Yew Dell is dedicated to garden education, exquisite display and research into new and superior plants for the region. Yew Dell is now one of only 13 American gardens designated as Partnership Gardens by the Garden Conservancy, a national group dedicated to preserving America’s exceptional gardens. 220 Old LaGrange Road, Crestwood, 40014, 241-4788; Mon-Fri 10am–4pm; www.yewdellgardens.org