These Georgia Wineries Are Perfect for a Quick Getaway | Company

ATLANTA – Georgia’s state wineries help visitors step away from everyday life in style.

After a long week, sometimes you just need a break.

Atlanta’s nightlife is filled with unique restaurants and bars.

But sometimes you just need something different – something elegant and relaxing.

For those times, Georgia has a host of wineries that are each perfect destinations for your next outing.

So grab your wine glass, uncork your schedule and listen. Here are the best wineries in Georgia to help you disconnect.

city ​​vineyard

If you want to live loud and big, then this high-octane winery and concert hall is perfect for your next weekend outing.

Founded in New York in 2008, City Winery was created to provide an experience that is as cultural as it is culinary for urban wine lovers. Atlanta is now home to one of eight City Winery locations nationwide, where guests can enjoy live music, food, and a fully functional winery.

“Step into urban wine country,” City Winery said, describing the guest experience at each of the eight locations. “Each of our locations evokes the warmth of wine country with modern comfort and convenience. Our performance venues offer pristine acoustics courtesy of Meyer Sound. Before your concert begins, visit our tasting room for a wine flight and join us at the bar after the show.

Wolf Mountain Vineyards

If you are looking for elegance and pure, undiluted quality, you must visit this next place.

Nestled in the mountains of North Georgia is a winery with style, pleasure and flavor. Wolf Mountain Vineyards and Winery is Dahlonega’s hidden gem, home to one of the most delicious restaurants of any Georgia winery according to Atlanta Eats.

The vineyard also won Georgia’s first-ever gold medals at the San Francisco Chronicle and Los Angeles International Wine Competitions.

Yonah Mountain Vineyards

If you want to experience the best views the Peach State has to offer, there’s no better place to visit than Yonah Mountain Vineyards.

This family-owned 200-acre winery is no nonsense, offering few amenities, but plenty in terms of quality wine – with stunning views to match.

“Making world-class wines and enjoying the process is our ultimate goal,” the winery said. “The hills and sandy soil are the ideal setting for our twenty hectares planted with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Petit Manseng, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot.”

Chateau Elan Winery

If a single day of relaxation isn’t enough to reset your stress levels, visit Chateau Elan Winery just outside Metro Atlanta for first-class lodging.

With a resort as elegant as its wine, Chateau Elan is sure to make the most of your weekend.

“At Chateau Elan Winery, manual winemaking rules take a back seat to intuition and experience,” the winery said. “We love nothing more than experimenting with new varieties, new growing areas and new styles, challenging the traditional winery business model in a quest for consistency, sustainability and quality. Real-world experience working with over 25 varietals in terroirs around the world informs our winemaker’s holistic approach, allowing him to drop expectations and embrace the natural evolution of the grape.

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Elisha A. Tilghman