NE Georgia Wine Highway Weekends: March 22-29, 2019

The annual Georgia Wine Highway Weekends return to the mountains of northeast Georgia March 22-29, 2019. Despite its name, the popular event actually takes place over ten days, and provides a great introduction to one of the top wine areas … Continue reading

Celebrate The Holidays With North Georgia Mountain Wines

Let’s make a toast to the holidays with a glass of local wine! The mountains and high valleys surrounding Lucille’s are prime turf for grape growing, and we’re fortunate to have many lovely wineries in our midst. So when it … Continue reading

North Georgia Mountains Home To Three Sisters Vineyards

Touring the wineries in the North Georgia Mountains is a lovely adventure, especially when you get to visit pretty destinations such as Dahlonega and the Three Sisters Vineyards. The drive up to the winery reveals rolling hillsides of grapevines nestled … Continue reading

Enjoy NE Georgia Wineries on Pop the Cork Wine Tours

There’s now a way to explore the wineries of Northeast Georgia without worrying about directions or driving. Sign up for Pop the Cork Wine Tours and they’ll do all the arrangements. How nice is that? Pop the Cork Wine Tours … Continue reading

Georgia Mountains Vineyard Hosts Crust Fest In August

Lucy doesn’t get to have all the fun—participants at the 2018 Yonah Mountain Vineyards Crush Fest can get barefoot and do a little stomping of their own! The popular event is scheduled for Saturday, August 25, 2018. The family-owned winery … Continue reading

Take a Tasty Tour Of The North Georgia Farm Trail

Lucille’s Mountaintop Inn & Spa is surrounded by counties that are known for their wonderful farmland, orchards, wineries, and breweries. Joining together, these communities and businesses form the North Georgia Farm Trail, and foodie guests will find lots to love … Continue reading

North Georgia’s Wine Highway Week: March 16-25, 2018

An annual rite of spring in the North Georgia Mountains is Wine Highway Week, scheduled this year for March 15-25. Contrary to its name, the event actually covers 10 days, providing a wonderful opportunity for wine lovers to explore local … Continue reading