Old South Winery | Mapping a Modern MS
Friday, July 8, 2016
Originally started by Scott O Galbreath Jr. decades ago, Old South Winery was one of the first of its kind in Mississippi. Now, it’s a multi-generational family business using Mississippi muscadines to create a home-grown favorite. Even the decor is different, part Deep South hunting camp (complete with taxidermied trophy buck), part cutting-edge stainless steel.
“We have communion in here all day long,” says Diane Galbreath. “I think about God all the time. Because Jesus didn’t say you just sit in church to have communion; He just said every time you do this you think about me.”
This interview is part of the Museum’s Mapping a Modern Mississippi Initiative.