Travel the Georgia Wine Highway and visit a variety of north georgia wineries and vineyards for tastings, special seasonal events and meals to satisfy even the most demanding palate.
Paradise Hills Vineyard & Winery Update
April 2013 – Progress, progress, progress. In a nutshell, we have completed all our licensing and bonding to produce and sell our wines. We are finishing up our work with the Agritourism Department to finalize installation of our roadway signs. We are finishing up all the many, many details involved in ‘vinting & bottling’ our wines and opening the tasting bar. We want to do it right! So we are taking another few weeks to make sure no detail is missed.
We just received more Chardonnel and Cabernet Sauv vines! Planting has begun again…. and then some pruning…
We can’t wait to share this with all of you. Union County’s first Farm Winery.
September 2012 – With our vines in the ground, Bob has been diligently keeping up with the growth and maintenance of them. September, Union County’s Alcohol Board presented Paradise Hills with a license designation as a farm winery. We are Union County, Blairsville’s, FIRST farm winery. We are proud of this!
The Northeast Georgia Mountains is rapidly adding wineries West, East and North of our county. We are working and developing collaborative relationships with all our neighbors who share the vision of Good Wine with Good People.
Cartecay Vineyards, Ellijay, GA Cartecay Vineyards has Western facing slopes, which allow for the vines to receive maximum sun exposure, elevations ranging from 1650 ft. to 1750 ft., sloping landscapes to help keep the vines’ “feet” dry and clay loam soils, which are conductive to growing grapes.
Cavendar Creek Vineyards, Dahlonega, GA
Cavender Creek Vineyards and Winery, our small family farm vineyard, got its start- with the volunteer help of family and friends- in 2007 with the planting of our two red grapes- Cabernet Sauvignon and Norton/Cynthiana- with first harvest in 2009.
Crane Creek Vineyards, Youngharris, GA
Crane Creek Vineyards sits high in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia, just three miles north of the quaint college town of Young Harris in the shadow of Brasstown Bald, the state’s highest peak. Less than two hours from Atlanta – yet a world away…
Frogtown Cellars, Dahlonega, GA
In our Dahlonega tasting room, we offer many choices for our patrons. We provide wine tastings at our bar. There you can also get wine to enjoy at the winery and take in the beautiful views from our facility.
Habersham Winery, Helen, GA
Habersham Wineries have been producing award winning Georgia Wines since 1983. Located near the charming Austrian-style village of Alpine Helen.
Monteluce Winery, Dahlonega, GA
Blessed with some of the steepest, well-drained hillsides to be found in the U.S., North Georgia’s topography, elevation, and long growing season creates an extraordinarily climate well-suited for premium wine grape cultivation.
Sautee Nacoochee Vineyards, Sautee Nacoochee, GA
We’ve got a little secret to share. Sautee Nacoochee Vineyards, North Georgia Wine Country’s newest vineyard and winery has opened a tasting room at Nacoochee Crossing in Sautee. We invite you to come and try our 100% Georgia wines, stay a spell, and enjoy our beautiful valley.
Three Sisters Vineyards, Dahlonega, GA
Located eight miles northeast of Dahlonega, GA on 184 acres, Three Sisters is proud to be “Dahlonega’s first family farm winery”.
Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery, Dahlonega, GA
Located just five miles north of the historic Town Square of Dahlonega, GA, Wolf Mountain Vineyards represents a 25-acre family-owned wine growing estate.