|Dahlonega Wine Trail Weekend|
Welcome to “The Heart of Georgia Wine Country”. Following the success of the inaugural late summer / pre-harvest 2012 DWT last August, the Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center, along with Dahlonega’s five unique Wineries, will host the 2nd Annual “Dahlonega Wine Trail” (DWT) weekend passport event. The DWT experience will begin Saturday, August 17th at 12:00pm Noon – 5:00 pm and continue Sunday, August 18th from 12:30 pm until 5:00 pm. Wine enthusiasts can enjoy weekend-long festivities at Dahlonega’s award-winning wineries and beautiful vineyards as well as the always relaxing visit to Dahlonega and Lumpkin County’s destination amenities and attractions.
How It Works
Dahlonega Wine Trail event passports are only $25 per person including a Souvenir Glass (for the first 1,000 people). Your passport is good for the weekend of August 17 & 18 for one visit to each winery. Ticket stubs in the passport are redeemable at each winery for free tastings. Many local tasting rooms in downtown Dahlonega are also offering specials for passport holders.
Passports are available, and wine trail patrons are encouraged to begin the trail event, at the Dahlonega-Lumpkin County Visitors Center in downtown Dahlonega (13 South Park Street, Dahlonega, GA 30533) – come get your passport to the wine trail with maps, visitor guides, and other helpful information.
How Can I Purchase My Passport?
- Walk up Passport purchases are now available at the Dahlonega Visitors Center, Thursday, August 15 through Sunday, August 18.
- Passports will also be available at participating wineries on Saturday, August 17 and Sunday, August 18.
- Online sales are now closed, but if you pre-purchased your passport, you may pick it up at the Dahlonega Visitors Center during the following hours:
No refunds. Must present photo ID to pick up. The legal drinking age in Georgia is 21.
The “DAHLONEGA WINE TRAIL” presents the following Dahlonega and Lumpkin County vineyard experiences:
Crown Mountain Limo & Group Transportation
For More Information:
Jay Markwalter, Tourism Director