Eco-friendly adults only bed & breakfast in the North Georgia mountains & wine country near Dahlonega
Dahlonega Wineries, Vineyards & Meadery
Dahlonega Wineries each provide their own style of wines and ambiance. Some offer lunch and dinner. Others may provide live music on weekends. The meadery also serves craft beer and is planning to open a craft beer brewery on the property.
If you would like to have transportation to the Dahlonega wineries call Mama’s Taxi (706) 482-8539. You can also try your Uber app to see if any drivers are in the area.
If you can’t make it to the wineries try the Dahlonega downtown tasting rooms listed below.
Directions from the inn is provided below for each winery and downtown tasting rooms.
For a map of all of the wineries listed below visit winery map.
Wolf Mountain Winery offers tours and wine tastings. Enjoy views from the covered balcony and deck. Themed Sunday brunches, bistro lunches and Winemaker Gourmet Dinners are also offered which are popular with our guests. If you want to eat there please call them first.
Three Sisters is the oldest winery in the area and one of the most popular Dahlonega wineries. Its casual atmosphere and friendly owners and staff make wine tastings fun and enjoyable. They also offer a nice array of picnic items (Georgia cheeses, pates, deli meats and breads) for winery/vineyard picnics.
Because of the great views many have had weddings in the gazebo area. Large picture at top of page is of Three Sisters winery. Visit web site above for times of operation, special events, and more.
If you head up the hill and around the corner from Three Sisters, you will see Frogtown Cellars.
Winery is open for tastings/tours and also feature special winery dinners and events. The Le Vigne Ristorante also serves lunch and dinner. Call them for more information and to make reservations for the restaurant. If interested in lunch or dinner make sure you call them first to make a reservation.
Located five miles east of Dahlonega, this 15 acre property has three acres of vineyards and is the areas newest vineyard. The winery has three sides below ground and is styled after an old-fashioned barn.
They do not have their own vineyard but make their own wine. Owned by millennials they are very enthusiastic about what they do. Known for hand crafted wines and ciders. Only 2 minutes from Dahlonega you can bring a picnic and have a glass of wine. Tends to stay open later than some of the other wineries.
Have you tried honey wine? That is what mead is. They also serve flights carbonated mead flavored with many different types of fruit ranging from paw paw to blueberry and they have an ever changing variety. They have talked about using some of the adjacent buildings for brewing craft beer and whiskey. Located just south of the inn on the way back to Dahlonega. Live music some days with food trucks.
Some like Wolf Mountain closes for the winter months. Others may have reduced hours or only open on weekends.
Do the wineries offer lunch and/or dinner?
Wolf Mountain offers lunch some days of the week (reservations required) and Sunday brunch. Frogtown offers Friday and Saturday lunch and dinner as well as Sunday lunch. Montaluce has lunch and dinner. Some of the other wineries offer snacks for purchase like cheese, crackers, etc.
Do some wineries close for tastings if there is a wedding scheduled?
Yes we have heard from our guests that they could not get a tasting due to the venue being booked for a wedding.
Is there a charge for winery tastings?
Yes. Price varies depending on the winery, number of pours and if you get to keep the glass. At some wineries you can choose to taste only reds or whites. Many guests also like to split a tasting where you get a smaller pour and will not feel the effects too quickly from consuming too much alcohol.
What is a meadery?
A meadery makes wine out of honey instead of grapes. Etowah Meadery also offers tastings of the traditional and infused meads. The infused meads are flavored with fruit like blueberries, paw paws, strawberry and more.