I absolutely love to visit a good winery with food, wine, vibes and views! It’s the perfect weekend activity for me! From the curated charcuterie boards to the signature wines unique to that particular place. Georgia has a few wineries that I swear by and this list is in no particular order.
1.Chateau Elan is up first and probably the most known to the metro Atlanta area. This particular winery is huge and has lodging for a escape. Several restaurants and attractions.
This winery has views everywhere with a decor to satisfy your winery visions…
2- Monteluce Winery and Restaurant is my absolute favorite winery in Georgia. I could literally go here every weekend. Just think…. Beautiful Tuscan vibes in the middle of the Georgian mountains. No seriously, you can even stay at a beautiful villa on property!
The wine tasting here will run you around $30 which and includes a take home wine glass! The restaurants on property are phenomenal as well!
3- Wolf Mountain vineyards is a must visit! Placated in north Georgia nestled high in the mountains, serving amazing views. They host an amazing brunch every sunday that includes a crates menu that changes monthly. It is buffet style but honestly the nicest buffet over ever had… certainly a foodies haven! They also have live music on Sundays to create the ultimate experience.
The vineyard is located in the mountains so the views are absolutely beautiful. You could enjoy the vineyard any time of the year.
There are a ton of wineries to visit in Georgia and I plan to visit them all. If you haven’t been to these 3 be sure to check them out. They’re great for a solo afternoon, girls time and or a cute date day. Get out and explore.
Thank you so much for this post. I’ve been trying to figure out a quick getaway to celebrate my Mr’s. promotion, being that we have a huge anniversary trip planned in November. He’s worked so hard and I am so proud of him.
Yada, congratulations to you and you guy for his promotion. Yes. please visit one of these wineries, you will have an awesome time. Thank you for reading my blog and commenting. I appreciate you.
Thank you for sharing. Will definitely visit 2 & 3 Labor Day weekend. I’ve been to #1 several times.
Hi Janelle, Thank you for reading my blog. Please do check out the wineries over the holiday, you will not be disappointed. For the holiday weekend, you may want to call to book a reservation to make sure you are accommodated properly.