Discover Farm to Table Freshness in Northeast Georgia

Summer is the best time to find the freshest produce and homemade jams, jellies and sauces produced right here in North Georgia.  Farm to table agritourism is one of the Georgia Mountains’ special attractions. Loganberry Heritage Farms brings a great experience to visitors who want to bring home the best in farm fresh produce. Every Saturday through the summer they offer a traditional farm market (actually on the farm!) from 9:00am to 2:00pm, with an abundance of homemade goods and lots of fresh picked produce such as asparagus, hearty chard, fresh eggs, locally ground grits and corn meal, sorghum syrup, jams and jellies and lots of garlic … Continue reading

Georgia Wine Country Afternoons and Lavender Fest

Summer weekends are a great time to relax, kick back and enjoy a lazy afternoon at one of Georgia wine country’s many tasting rooms near Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn & Spa.  We have found the best way to enjoy the full winery experience is to let the wine maker or tasting room staff guide you through a tasting flight and, once you’ve found your favorite North Georgia wine, enjoy a full glass on a beautiful mountain afternoon while listening to some live music. Sautee Nacoochee Vineyards has kicked off its 2014 music series, Swinging in the Vines, with great local musicians that pair nicely with their famous cold wine slushees and tasty … Continue reading

Northeast Georgia Arts Tour June 13 – 15, 2014

Glass Bowl in Plaid The Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia are well known for various artisans, folk art, and hand thrown pottery. Local creative arts can be found year round in the galleries and shops in the Village of Sautee near Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn & Spa, as well as in nearby Clarkesville and Clayton, but each spring and fall The Northeast Georgia Art Tour shines a spotlight on the finest artists of the region.  This year’s spring Northeast Georgia Arts Tour will take place Friday, June 13, 2014 through Sunday, June 15, 2014. Over 100 local artists, painters, potters, jewelry makers, wood carvers, gourd artisans, fiber, glass, and metal artists will be … Continue reading