Accent Cellars Farm Winery
Dahlonega’s urban micro farm winery is located only two minutes drive from downtown Dahlonega. Accent Cellars produces hand-crafted wines and ciders, and celebrates the growing reputation that Dahlonega is earning as a destination for wines and wineries by hosting live music and festivals on their grounds. Visitors are welcomed by knowledgeable and staff – and often by the owners and winemakers themselves.
Etowah Meadery is proud to be Dahlonega’s newest and most different farm winery. The meadery opened in late 2017 and uses the oldest ingredient, honey, to make wine. Honey was first used to make a wine-like product, called Mead, long before the first grapes were cultivated, dating back to 7000 BC. During the golden age of ancient Greece, it was the preferred drink of Aristotle and Pliny the Elder. It was also the ancient drink for wedding ceremonies, hence the term Honey Moon. Mead is said to be the secret drink of the Vikings and the Gods.