We were traveling South on I-75 and saw the sign for Georgia WInery. I work in the wine industry and try to taste local wine everywhere I travel. We stopped and were pleasantly surprised by the quality and diversity. The only negative was that our host wasn't very knowledgeable about the wines or wine in general. We bought the Muscadine Gold, a sweet wine, made from grapes grown on the estate and the Dread Head Red, a dray and tannic wine, made from locally grown Norton. grapes. If you are a wine lover and want local wine in Georgia you should stop here and try some.
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