Wine Highway Week

Written By: Bre Humphries

This time of year, North Georgia’s wine country beckons wine-lovers to get out and smell the grapes, and in March, the allure is even stronger.

From March 20 to 29, the Winegrowers Association of Georgia is sponsoring its annual Wine Highway Week. For $50, vineyard hoppers will receive a collector’s glass and a passport that includes tastings at 22 participating wineries. Additional offerings at each location will be unique, and may include food and wine pairings, music, library wine tastings and more. (Note: Some events are at an additional cost).

A few of our favorites include Tiger Mountain Vineyards near Clayton, Crane Creek Vineyards in Young Harris and Kaya Vineyard & Winery in Dahlonega. Be sure to designate a driver, or enlist one of the transportation affiliates recommended at


More From This Category

What’s in a Song?

A GOOD SONG CAN STIR emotion, arouse nostalgia, or encourage change. Experience the true power of lyrics and melody at...

Read more

Spirit of the Braves

THE MAKERS OF “Atlanta’s hometown whisky,” ASW Distillery, hit one out of the park with a special release commemorating the...

Read more

Tour de ‘Cue

PAIRING THE PERFECT SOUTHERN SOUL food with some soulful entertainment, The Blue Ridge Blues and BBQ Festival returns to Downtown...

Read more



Spotlights on all things North Georgia, from interesting people to fascinating places and then some.

Vines & Hops

North Georgia's best wineries, breweries and distilleries.

Georgia Made

Your shopping guide for all things made in Georgia.

Food For Thought

North Georgia's best restaurants.

Home & Garden

Inspiration and ideas for your home and garden.


Where to go and what to see in and out of Georgia.


New and noteworthy in North Georgia.

Pin It on Pinterest