Wine Lovers Itinerary
When you think of great wines, Georgia probably isn’t on your mind. But our elevation, soil and sunshine lends itself to some of the best wines this side of the Mississippi!
Stay a weekend at Wilderness View Cabins, our luxury cabin rentals in the North Georgia Mountains and find out why Wineries in Georgia are the best kept secret of wine connoisseurs.
Below is a sample itinerary for wine lovers everywhere.
Check in anytime after 3pm and enjoy the beauty of an afternoon in the mountains. Order our dinner basket for the night, which will include a bottle of a wine from a Georgia Winery and relax for the evening in the outdoor hot tub at your cabin.
After enjoying a scrumptious three course gourmet breakfast at the Inn, just a short drive from your cabin, enjoy a scenic drive to the picturesque town of Dahlonega, only 45 minutes away. Your first stop should be Three Sisters Winery, followed by Frogtown Cellars. Head over to Black Stock Winery for a lunch and tasting in their café bistro.
After your relaxing lunch and tour, take a short drive to Becca Farms and Vineyard, where you can see how wine is made from start to finish.
While in Dahlonega, you can pan for gold and gems, shop and enjoy fine dining before heading back to your cabin for the night. Don’t worry if you didn’t manage to visit all of the wineries; visit our Wine and Gift Shop, located at the check in office, for local wines to bring home with you!
Other award winning wineries you may want to visit if time permits:
Yonah Mountain Winery – Offers incredible views and award winning wine tastings,
Habersham Winery – Georgia’s oldest winery. Complimentary tastings and tours of their Gold Medal wines.
Wolf Mountain Vineyard – A great place to stop for dinner, but call ahead, reservations are required!
After enjoying another scrumptious three course gourmet breakfast at The Overlook Inn (Sunday is always Eggs Benedict day!), take a trip to Ellijay before heading home. Called by many “modern day Mayberry” the square offers antique shopping, art stores and coffee shops.