Woodford Reserve Distillery7855 McCracken Pike, Versailles
Tel: +1 859-879-1812
5.0 Stars written by Nate Bryce
Awesome time at Woodford Reserve Distillery. The surrounding area is rolling green hills with horse farms, beautiful drive up. The grounds at the distillery are also very pretty. The tour was great, bourbon tasting was wonderful as well.
If you plan on visiting the bar on the patio before your tour, a small word of caution. If you purchase the two drink bracelet, then take the tour, take the little drink buttons off the bracelet before you head out, and put them some place safe (It will make sense when you see it). My friend and I both lost our last button while on the tour. I'd hate for you to miss out on your second drink.
5.0 Stars written by Dan Mingle
A class bourbon deserves a class setting, amidst the most award winning thoroughbred farms of the state and the beautiful rolling bluegrass hills. The Woodford distillery tours operated like clockwork but no detail was lost on us. The estate was truly beautiful and the process was fascinating - one of our favorite spots along the entire bourbon trail!
5.0 Stars written by Katharine Hubbard
Really great tour and a fun tour guide. I don't remember her name but she was the best tour guide we had our whole trip - we hit up 9 Distilleries. Some of the best bourbon we had too. Definitely worth the trip.
5.0 Stars written by Luke Sackrison
The Corn to Cork tour is 2 hours long and well worth the money! With just a small group of 6 of us it felt very personal. Our guide was fun and super knowledgeable! Got to taste bourbon pulled straight from a barrel. Overall a fantastic experience.
4.0 Stars written by Glenn Sparks
A beautiful distillery that is worth the windy drive. While I don't think they have Kentucky's best bourbon, it is up there with the best. The distillery has some decent lunch items with pleasant staff and beautiful outdoor patio. The tour is interesting and you see the whole process of cooking the corn to the distilling itself. The history they share with you leaves a bit to the imagination. They claimed all the water used in all Woodford that is bottled in Kentucky came from a single well on this property. But then said they don't ship water to their Louisville location. How can both statements be true? Putting that to the side, this place is worth a visit on your "trail".