Georgia Wine Highway 2020

Note that the information below is for an event that happened in the past.

For information on the most current event, click to visit Georgia Wine Highway


2020 Georgia Wine Highway Information

In previous years a “Georgia Wine Highway Week” was held over the span of 10 days in March. However, for 2020 the Georgia Wine Highway event expanded to a month-long celebration to allow for more spacing and time to visit during COVID-19 travel restrictions.


Wine Highway Week in the Georgia Mountains

This tour of some of the finest North Georgia mountain vineyards includes a commemorative souvenir wine glass and 4-5 wine tastings at each participating vineyard. There is a $50 charge per passport, but with the opportunity to sample multiple wines from 20+ vineyards, it is one of the best deals in Georgia!

To participate, visit any of the participating wineries and request a Wine Highway Passport. You will receive a “Wine Highway Week” souvenir glass for your tastings and an admission “passport” punch card for the participating wineries. Be sure to keep the Passport and souvenir glass with you at all wineries visited to receive your wine tastings!

Each winery provides its own wine tasting format, and many vineyards will include complimentary food and live music on weekends.


2020 Georgia Wine Highway Event Participating Vineyards

2020 Georgia Wine Highway Event Participating Vineyards

2020 Wine Highway Week Participating Vineyards & Wineries

The full list of 2020 participants is ready, and there are 28 great North Georgia vineyards and wineries that have signed up to participate for 2020! Please note that vineyards that have been crossed out below are no longer participating in the event after the COVID-19 shutdowns.

Blue Ridge & Ellijay

Cleveland & Helen



Tiger, Toccoa, & Rabun Gap

Upper Hiwassee Highlands AVA

Other Areas

These areas aren’t quite in the mountains, but they are close enough to be included in North Georgia’s 2020 Wine Highway event. Enjoy these North Georgia winery locations in Alto and White.

Please note that the vineyards/wineries that are crossed out above chose to opt-out of the event after the COVID pandemic moved the event dates.

See the previous Ga Mountains Guide post about the great value when we visited all 22 participating wineries for the 2018 Wine Highway Week!

NOTE: Although most of the North Georgia vineyards do participate in the Wine Highway Week event, you should know that there are a few select Georgia mountain vineyards that do not participate. Excellent vineyards that are not signed up to participate include Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery, Frogtown Cellars, Montaluce Winery and Estates, Three Sisters Vineyards, Bear Claw Vineyards, and Ellijay River Vineyards.


Which North Georgia wineries and Georgia mountain vineyards did you visit during the 2020 Georgia Wine Highway?


NOTE: Click here for information about the current Georgia Wine Highway week.

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