Frogtown Cellars is located in the heart of the Dahlonega Plateau AVA and features award-winning bold wines, an on-site restaurant, and sweeping views of rolling vineyards among the North Georgia mountains.
The Frogtown Cellars winery has 44 acres of vineyards and grows over 2 dozen varieties of wine grapes including Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, and Norton. Visit the winery for a wine-tasting flight to experience the complexity of the wines made under the “French Rules” adopted by the winemakers at Frogtown Cellars.
It’s easy to find a favorite with so many award-winning wines to delight the palette!
Frogtown Cellars in Dahlonega Plateau AVA
The facilities at Frogtown Cellars have been recently upgraded, including paved parking areas for easier access to wine-tasting rooms, dining rooms, and Frogtown winery wedding spaces.
Indoor and outdoor seating allows you to comfortably relax and enjoy your wines while taking in the gorgeous mountain and vineyard scenery at this Dahlonega Plateau AVA winery. Be sure to leave your pets at home, as no pets are allowed at the vineyard due to the on-site restaurant food service.
Pro tip: watch your step as you enter the tasting room – there is a slight step up as you enter the front door.
Frogtown Cellars Wines
Frogtown Cellars offers dozens of premium wines, available for purchase both at the winery and online (shipment available to select states only).
For exclusive benefits during visits to the Frogtown Cellars Dahlonega vineyard, sign up for the wine club and become a Frogtown Citizen. Membership is available with a commitment to purchase at least 12 bottles per year of red wines, white wines, or a mix of both types.
Citizens receive wine and food discounts, complimentary tastings, invitations to Citizens Only events, and access to additional wines (including pre-release wines and special cuvées). Wine club selections can be shipped to you or picked up at the vineyard.
Dining at Frogtown Cellars
A great way to spend a little more time at this scenic Dahlonega GA winery is to enjoy a meal at the Italian Bistro at Frogtown Cellars. Pair your favorite Frogtown wine with selections of fresh food made from ingredients hand-made on-site!
- Cheese and charcuterie plates are available daily
- Paninis and salads are also available on Thursdays
- The full Frogtown Cellars Bistro menu is available Friday – Sunday
Dine on the covered deck or inside the tasting room. Reservations are required for special events and for parties of 6 or more.
Frogtown Cellars Events
Although Frogtown Cellars does not regularly offer live music, special ticketed events are held throughout the year. Check the Frogtown events page to learn about upcoming events and purchase tickets online.
Frogtown Cellars Wedding Venue
Frogtown Cellars provides a beautiful mountain vineyard setting to make your dream wedding come true. Visit The Knot to learn more about Frogtown Cellars wedding venue reviews and other Dahlonega Georgia wedding venues.
Frogtown Cellars Hours
The Frogtown tasting room is open daily for wine tastings and offers indoor and outdoor seating areas.
- MON: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- TUE: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- WED: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- THU: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- FRI: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- SAT: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm (an hour later than on other days)
- SUN: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Virtual Visit to Frogtown Cellars
Watch this video for a scenic drive through North Georgia to visit Frogtown Cellars in the Dahlonega Plateau. Go inside the tasting room and view the panoramic vineyard vistas from the outdoor seating areas.
A virtual visit to Frogtown vineyards filmed in a vertical format is also available on TikTok.
Frogtown Cellars Contact Info
To confirm hours or ask additional questions, please contact the winery directly.
- Phone: +1 (706) 865-0687
- Address: 700 Ridge Point Dr, Dahlonega, GA
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: frogtown.com
Frogtown Cellars Reviews
Keep current with events and reviews of Frogtown Cellars on social media and online review sites.
- Facebook: Frogtown Cellars is rated 4.4 with 1,050+ reviews and 9,800+ likes
- The Knot: Frogtown Cellars is rated 4.3
- Tripadvisor: Frogtown Winery is rated 3.5 with 325+ reviews
- Vivino: Frogtown has 75+ wines with 1,375+ ratings
Lodging near Frogtown Cellars
Extend your visit to the North Georgia wine country and reserve a vacation rental near the vineyard.
Cypress Knoll Mountain Cabin
This cypress log home luxury rental is conveniently located about 3.5 miles from Frogtown Cellars and close to many other great wineries! Cozy up by the fireplace while gazing at stunning mountain views through the oversized windows. Relax in the new hot tub or enjoy mountain weather from the large deck with seating, swings, and rockers.
No smoking, no events, and no pets allowed. The primary renter must be at least 25 years old.
- Wine country cabin that sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
- Average cost of $390 / night (plus taxes and fees)
- Click here to check rates and availability
Dahlonega Wine Country Retreat Studio
This studio vacation rental has an amazing location only a half-mile from Frogtown Cellars and Kaya Vineyards! Great spot to start your daily adventures and end them in the evening next to the cozy firepit. The hosts are located on the property and are dedicated to ensuring you have a great stay!
No smoking, no events, and no pets allowed. The primary renter must be at least 18 years old.
- Wine country studio that sleeps 4 in 1 room and 1 bathroom
- Average cost of $118 / night (plus taxes and fees)
- Click here to check rates and availability
More Lodging near Frogtown Cellars
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Visit the Vineyard & Wineries page for a map of additional vineyard wineries in North Georgia including nearby Kaya Vineyard & Winery (1.4 miles away) and Three Sisters Winery (0.4 miles away)!
Shot a video there with my drone while sipping Chardonnay. Had a blast!
Wow, I didn’t even know there are so many vineyards in Georgia. I just always think about the California vineyards, when it comes to vineyards in United States.
Frogtown Cellars seems like a lovely place with the koi pond and all. The food menus made me instantly hungry, and a glass of red wine would be really nice.
Hi Kirsti, California definitely helped to pave the way for US vineyards and wineries to thrive. Fortunately for us here on the East coast, we no longer have to travel so far to get amazing wines served with gorgeous views!
There is a great deal of factual information that is of great interest to potential visitors. The photographs back up what is said about the area. It is indeed a beautiful place and would be the envy of any bride that had not had their wedding there.
The addition of price lists to me adds to the experience. Anyone can see what they should be expecting when they visit.
Hi Derek, I’m glad to hear that you found the information helpful in planning your visit to the area. The price lists are accurate when they are shared, but the vineyard is solely in charge of selling / pricing, so it is subject to change at anytime. You can always call the vineyard to inquire about current availability and pricing… they are happy to help!
Wow, this is an impressive winery. I am not sure where it is located in Georgia. I am going to look up the Dahlonega Plateau to learn more about it.
I am a self-taught wine connoisseur. My favorite is chardonnay, but I tend to like the California wines. We are moving to Florida soon, and when we get there, I am going to try the citizens wine club. I love wine clubs so I can try new and different wines.
The award they received for the most awarded winery in America is impressive, and the view is incredible.
Hi Laura, All of the vineyards featured on the website are located in North Georgia, in the Appalachian mountains. Here is a handy map to get a visual of the number of vineyards and wineries that are located in the region.
The nearby town of Dahlonega is a very charming town and home to a rich history including the country’s first gold rush. The Dahlonega Plateau is one of the newest regions to receive an AVA designation, and a great area to spend a day or two exploring.
Frogtown is definitely a favorite vineyard of mine – they also do many “East West” collaborations where they combine Georgia grapes with California grapes to get some amazing blends!
I’ve always loved the country side and this venue looks more like my style of a get away holiday. It’s nice to go to a place like this that has an open field. Great for clearing the mind while sipping from your wine glass looking at the view.
Thank you for the article. I’ll definitely be saving this for later. All the best,
Hi Aabidah, One of the great things about Frogtown is the beautiful spaces they have created to enjoy the wines and the scenery. They have an open deck if you are a person who wants to be in the full sun (maybe not ideal in early July…). There is also plenty of seating on their covered decks to enjoy your wines without getting too hot. Enjoy! ~Alyce
Awesome review of the winery. I see it has won some awards too and a winery spread over 44acres, man! that’s something. I wish there was some more information about the wine too but then, good job there. I might pay them a visit myself some time. My grandma is a huge wine fan, she will be filled with joy for sure if I take her. Thanks for posting
Hi, I just took my parents there yesterday and they both loved it. You have a choice of a few different flights of those award winning wines to test out, but even better… as a wine club “citizen”, there is an expanded tasting menu of wines to sample! The red wines are my favorite, but they also have great white wines and roses as well.
I have heard of Frogtown Cellars but never have I had the chance to read about them and what they have to offer. Your article has given me an up-close look at what they have to offer and it is a beautiful place and one that I have added to my bucket list for the USA portion of my travels.
They have turned the winery operations into a full-blown tourist stop and high-end desirable location for weddings and other social events too. I like that, as they are leveraging all the beauty and potential that such an operation offers. I have been to many places in Europe that have done the same, and it is lovely.
They have built an entire entertainment center of a different sort around their winery and I have to say the more I read the more I liked what they have to offer. There is no doubt that I will stop in there and now I have a good idea on the hours and what to expect when I do get there thanks to this excellent article. Thanks!
Hi Dave, I do hope you get to check it out — it’s a lovely stop and has some amazing wines to sample! Cheers!