CeNita Vineyards & Winery

6 Responses

  1. angell70 says:

    Hi, This is so amazing article with everything a person would like to know about vineyard & winery.

    I’ve never read such a beautiful article by now. Although we’ve been and visited other vineyards from other countries I’ve never heard ab this. I consider that the family businesses like CeNita Vineyard&Winery;, are the best of the best because are running into the blood and are doing everything for their own passion! 

    My question now please, there is any chance now to get in the Vineyard in these Covid times?

    Thank you for sharing these amazing thoughts and fantastic views. 

    • Alyce says:

      Hello, The vineyards have adopted new serving protocols to keep their staff and customers as safe as possible. Expect to be asked to wear a mask until you are seated in order to help flatten the curve. 

  2. Justin says:

    I know when I normally hear about a winery, I think immediatly of California, but it’s nice to know that there are local ones as well since I’m from GA. I like the options your business gives concerning a place for visitors to stay, as well as a place for weddings which is really nice. What exactly is grown concerning the types of wine ?  I’ve also always wondered how they determine the value of a specific strain of wine, but I do know that the older and rarer that it is I believe the more valuable. Can the products be found in stores, or do you have to purchase it there or order online ? 

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Justin, The vineyards in Georgia produce a wide variety of common wines that you find in stores (whites, reds, roses, sparkling), and a few that end up being more local to the region due to favorable growing conditions. It is harder to find these wines distributed widely in stores, but fortunately, many vineyards offer a way to purchase directly from the winery.

  3. Aparna says:

    CeNita looks like such a picturesque place, and I totally loved the possibility of hosting an event there. I love wineries for the ancient look most of them have. And the smells. Oh, it does seem like a part of my childhood, though I don’t think any of it was spent in a winery. 

    Thank u for all the great information about this winery. I am working on a book about the best wineries, and your article came up. I hope I can include a part of this article in the book. I will write to you separately for the right. 



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