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Romance and Georgia Wines

Georgia Wines–Go on a tour and tasting of Georgia’s wineries and beautiful vineyards in the northeast part of the state. Take a daytrip or weekend getaway. Stay in a quiet country inn or a pampering resort with both a spa and golf resort.

View the following "You Tube" video for a brief tour.

"Yes, There are Wineries in Georgia."

Need some tips for selecting a wine? Then read the article, by Jodie Smith “How to Choose A Wine That Taste Good-Some Tips for Selecting a Wine,”
Visit the vineyards recommended below for a romantic getaway.
Chateau Elan is a 16th century style French Chateau surrounded by lush vineyards. They are largest producer of premium wines in Georgia. They have two restaurants, an art gallery, wine shop that features wine tasting. They also have a full service spa and an 18-hole champion golf course. The Inn is large with over 200 rooms. But you’ll be able to carve out plenty of alone time. They also offer a two-nights romantic retreat package. Pricey. www.chateauelanatlanta.com
Montaluce This state-of-the-art winery will yield its first grape harvest this fall. On the winery's main floor, the handsome Tasting Room and beautiful restaurant Le Vigne offer a place to unwind and enjoy New- and Old-World Italian dishes alongside a thoughtful wine list that includes selections from the United States as well as Italy. In spring 2009, a 63-room hotel will debut and soon thereafter, The Spa at Montaluce will also open its doors creating a true luxury destination only about an hour from Atlanta. www.montaluce.com
Crane Creek Vineyards – Sits high in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Their 12 acres of vines grow a variety of grapes to produce their wines. They have guests houses available and a tasting room. They also are a beautiful wedding location.


Visit the Georgia Wine Association and find out more information at: Georgia Wines