Wineries & Vineyards

"Download Wine GuideDahlonega: Best Wine Town, Runner Up"
     - Garden & Gun Magazine

Wine enthusiasts need venture no further than the foothills of the North Georgia mountains to enjoy award-winning wines and breathtaking views. With the highest concentration of wineries, vineyards, and tasting rooms in the state, Dahlonega is known as the Heart of Georgia Wine Country and the Wine Tasting Room Capital of Georgia. Home to 12 wine tasting rooms and five wineries, Dahlonega offers a variety of quality and award-winning local, regional, and international wines to locals and visitors from all over the world.

Dahlonega’s acclaimed North Georgia wineries and vineyards offer homegrown hospitality and premier wine and food experiences, each with their own unique draw. Dahlonega-Lumpkin County’s favorable mountain elevations and growing conditions contribute to the region’s expanding wine industry, which annually produces around 100 acres of a variety of European, French hybrid, and American wine grapes.

Each of our distinct winery venues offer tours, tastings, and impressive scenic views, as well as destination wedding facilities. Looking for a relaxing getaway or a romantic evening in the mountains? Plan to attend the many annual events, trails and festivals, exquisite dinners, and great live music offered at Dahlonega’s wineries throughout the year. The most celebrated and attended of these events is the annual Dahlonega Wine Trail Weekend; held every August, attendees can enjoy a weekend of leisure wine sampling at each of our participating wineries.

For more information about Dahlonega, Lumpkin County and the burgeoning wine industry in this region, stop by our Visitors Center in Historic Downtown Dahlonega or visit our wineries’ websites featured below.

Downtown Tasting Rooms

Dahlonega’s locally owned and operated wineries and tasting rooms take immense pride in sharing their wines with hospitality, knowledge, and enthusiasm and are committed in representing Dahlonega-Lumpkin County as the “Wine Tasting Capital of Georgia” and the “Heart of Georgia’s Wine Country”. Our National Registered Historic Downtown District features seven downtown tasting rooms, each with its own unique flair.

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Frogtown Cellars New  (706) 865-0687
   700 Ridge Point Drive, Dahlonega, Georgia 30533
 www.frogtownwine.com

Frogtown Cellars is a 57-acre vineyard and winery estate. By a wide margin, Frogtown is Georgia's most awarded winery in major U.S. Competions. Frogtown is home to over 22,000 grape vines on 42 acres, a tri-level gravity flow winery and a stunning cypress and timber-frame wine-tasting and event facility.

With a total of 25 different grape varieties, both red and white, Frogtown produces exclusively estate-grown wines under the Frogtown and Thirteenth Colony brand names. Frogtown Cellars is the destination winery for premium wines and event functions in the Northeast Georgia Mountains. Come experience the wine and hospitality that is Frogtown.

Three Sisters  (706) 865-9463
   439 Vineyard Way, Dahlonega, Georgia 30533
 www.threesistersvineyards.com

Three Sisters Vineyards is "Dahlonega's First Family Farm Winery" and Lumpkin County's founding wine grape grower. Each vintage production is 3500 - 4000 cases of 100% Georgia Grown estate wine. This beautiful 184 acre property hosts weddings, special events and is the annual home of the Georgia Wine Country Festival.

With a laid back and fun atmosphere, Three Sisters' Tasting Room welcomes wine and art lovers with a unique collection of Georgia and Southern folk art. Come relax on the Crush Pad Deck and Rock Wall Patio with a glass of wine at the place TurnerSouth named "Best Winery In The South."

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