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3rd Annual Dahlonega Wine Trail

Welcome to “The Heart of Georgia Wine Country”. Following the success of the late summer / pre-harvest 2013 DWT last August, the Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Chamber & Visitors Bureau, along with Dahlonega’s five unique wineries, will host the 3rd Annual “Dahlonega Wine Trail” (DWT) weekend passport event. The DWT experience will begin Saturday, August 16th at […]

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Establishment of the Upper Hiwassee Highlands Viticultural Area

On Friday, July 18, 2014, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau published the final rule in Federal Register establishing Georgia’s first official American viticultural area. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) establishes the approximately 690-square mile ‘‘Upper Hiwassee Highlands’’ viticultural area in Cherokee and Clay Counties, North Carolina, and Towns, Union, and […]

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Gin Creek Vineyards and Winery

About Gin Creek Gin Creek is a wedding venue in the heart of South Georgia. Gin Creek is a premier wedding destination and is a privately gated property located fifteen (15) minutes west of Moultrie, Georgia. DeMott Lake and RoseMott Vineyards sits on 100 acres with a 20-acre lake on our Lakeside, which is a […]

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The Georgia Wine Country Festival

Dahlonega’s Original Wine Festival returns for the 13th Year in 2014 with free General Admission. A Wine Garden featuring guest Georgia Wineries from around the state will be presented for a fee inside the festival. Georgia BBQ by Rib Country and Bonelick BBQ, Georgia wine, and Georgia beer will also be available to purchase. Music […]

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Georgia Wines 2014 Spring Wine Fest

The Georgia Winery of Ringgold has announced their partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area for their 2014 Spring Wine Fest! Georgia Winery’s first ever Spring Wine Fest is May 10th. The winery invites attendees to spend the day sipping fine wines from local wineries in the company of good friends. This fun […]

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Farmer’s Daughter Vineyards

Farmer’s Daughter Vineyards is a third-generation family farm and standout Georgia farm winery producing three varieties of French-American hybrid grapes and SEVEN fruit-forward wines that are quickly gaining local, national and international recognition. These off-dry wines and cider simultaneously respect and buck southern tradition delighting consumers with unexpected complexities and a bright, clean finish and […]

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Spring Wine Highway Weekend

The Winegrowers Association of Georgia is excited to announce a new format for the 2014 Wine Highway Weekend which will take place over 2 separate weekends, March 22 & 23 and the weekend of March 29 & 30, 2014! Each year this event has grown in popularity as more people have discovered the National and […]

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Odom Springs Vineyards

Odom Springs Vineyards is a family owned estate winery located in the lush rolling hills of north Georgia. The vineyards forming Odom Springs Vineyards are located less than two hours north of Atlanta, on the western end of Union County near Blairsville, Georgia in an area known locally as the Young Cane community. Traveling east […]

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Trillium Vineyard

When Karen was a little girl, her great aunt would take her on wildflower hikes. They would walk woodlands, pastures, and roadsides in search of wildflowers. Auntee would identify each, and Karen was enthralled. Karen loved discovering the tiny Bluets or Quaker Ladies, the wild ginger that looked like little brown jugs, and seeing the […]

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UnCorked on Main

We are UnCorked on Main. A wine tasting venue in the heart of west Georgia. UnCorked features only local wines and vintages from Georgia wineries and vineyards. What was once an important wine growing region for America, the west Georgia area is rebounding with wine varieties only seen before the days of prohibition. The west […]

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