Come stay with us and attend the Spring Wine Highway Weekend.
The Winegrowers Association of Georgia is holding their 6th Wine Highway Weekend Friday-Sunday March 18th, 19th, & 20th, 2011. Each year this event has grown in popularity as more people have discovered the National and International Award Winning Fine Wines that are made right here in Georgia, from Georgia Grown Grapes.
Come and discover the superb wines and experiences the wineries have to offer.
You can purchase your Passport at any winery you where you begin your Wine Highway experience. Cost is $25.00 which gives you tastings at all 10 wineries and a souvenir glass!
For more information visit wineries.
Three Sisters Vineyards presents the Annual “Wine & Chocolate Lovers Celebration” the first 3 weekends in February 2011 between 1-5PM. During this event, the winery will combine chocolate and wines in a special tasting line-up. Featuring wines produced by Three Sisters Vineyards and chocolates from Georgia Chocolatiers.
No reservations are required for the free, $5 and $15 per person tastings. This year, a special $30 per person private tasting/seating in the winery will be offered. Award winning dessert wines are included. Advance Ticket Purchase for the $30 tastings is required.
Limited seatings are at 1:00, 3:00 and 5:00 PM on Saturdays and 2:00 and 4:00 on Sundays. The $30 tasting includes a barrel tasting, large souvenir wine glass, special chocolates and treats.
Call 706-865-9463 or visit http://www.ThreeSistersVineyards.com for details.
Wintertime is alive and well in the North Georgia mountains and many adventurous visitors to the area may think that there may be little for them to do and see. A favorite among our guests are winery dinners and tours. Some wineries close down during the winter but Blackstock Vineyards is featuring Winter Wonderland Fireside Fare each weekend through March 20th.
Wine, Gourmet Food and Great Music – “Fireside Fare” – a delicious hot menu by Dahlonega’s Corkscrew Cafe and live blues music by Rod Hamdallah in the lodge. All to accompany their award-winning wines! Sit by the large stone fireplace overlooking the vineyards and snowy mountains – enjoy the “winter winery” experience! Wine tastings available all day (8 selections for $12, including take home Blackstock glass). Saturday Hours 12-5 pm, Sunday Hours: 12:30 – 5 pm, Music 1- 4 pm. Visit website for more information.
Friday, December 3, 2010 – 2:00pm – Sunday, December 5, 2010 – 5:00pm
The Winegrowers Association will hold its second Winter Wine Highway event December 3rd, 4th, & 5th, 2010. This is a great time to see the mountains as a winter wonderland while visiting our wineries and experiencing Award winning wines and the incredible ambiance of each of the wineries!
Make your plans now to stay at Cedar House Inn & Yurts and visit the wineries during this special weekend.
The cost is $20.00 per guest which gives you a Passport to tastings at all 9 participating wineries. You can purchase your Passport any day of the event at the winery where you begin your trip.
For more information visit georgia wine.
Come stay with us and enjoy two wine festivals on the same weekend.
The Georgia Fine Wine Festival at Blackstock Winery
Food, wine, music and art in the North Georgia mountains Saturday, June 5th. 11am – 5pm, Sunday, June 6th. 1pm – 5pm
$35 – one day ticket, $50 – two-day ticket, $15 – non-wine adult ticket
With your ticket purchase, you will receive a souvenir “passport” wine glass which will allow you to have free wine tasting’s throughout the festival grounds. The festival features nearly 50 Georgia-grown wines, over 15 dishes, great jazz headliners.
Call 706-219-2789 for more information.
Georgia Wine Country Festival at Three Sisters Winery
A Celebration of Wine, Music and Art June 5-6, 11am-6pm. Attendees can sample fine wines from members of the Georgia Wine Council and guest wineries with wines to be poured by Boutier Winery, Chateau Elan, Crimson ‘n Scarlet, Georgia Wines, Serenity Cellars, Yonah Mountain Vineyards, Three Sisters, Chestatee and the Walasiyi Wine Company and more. Call 706-865-9463 or see comment below for more information.
Come stay with us and attend Winefest Saturday, May 1, 2010 from 12:00pm – 5:00pm at Habersham Winery. Cost is $15.00 per person includes a souvenir wine glass.
The festival will feature Georgia’s own award-winning wines made by members of The Winegrowers Association of Georgia.
Participating Wineries will include:
Wolf Mountain Vineyards
Persimmon Creek Vineyards
Crane Creek Vineyards
Habersham Vineyards & Winery
Sautee Nacoochee Vineyards
Tiger Mountain Vineyards
Yonah Mountain Vineyards
• Food selections by Nacoochee Grill & Nacoochee Village Tavern
• Live Music
• Wine Arts and Crafts
For more information call 706.878.9463
Come and stay with us and attend the Cork and Keg Festival in Helen, GA.
Tickets sales have been brisk for the upcoming beer and wine tasting in Helen on April 10 from 2-6pm. Prices are $35 April 1. This new Spring festival features tastes of craft-brewed beers from some of the nation’s best independent brewers (including Georgia’s own Sweetwater Brewing and Terrapin Beer) and award-winning wines from local Georgia vintners, as well as samples from area restaurants, all to the sounds of the Kip Dockery Trio, popular local jazz artists and veterans of the North Georgia festival circuit.
Attendees will receive a free beer-tasting glass, courtesy of Sweetwater Brewing. Wine growers of White County will be offering complementary wine-tasting glasses also. Every attendee gets one free meal ticket also. (Additional food items will be available for purchase.)
Winemakers and brewers will be on hand to enlighten festival participants on the unique aspects of each product. The event will be at the Helen Festhalle, on the banks of the Chattahoochee River. It is a short walk from shops, restaurants and all of Helen’s attractions. Admission is limited to the first 400 ticket buyers.
To purchase tickets or for more information, please call 706-878-3300 or visit http://www.snca.org.
The Cork & Keg festival is a fundraiser for the Sautee Nacoochee Community Association (SNCA), a non-profit organization committed to preserving and protecting the natural and historical resources of the area, and dedicated to nurturing creativity