Each weekend at Three Sisters Vineyards & Winery is where the “cork meets the pork” with special tastings of Three Sisters’ famous fat boy wines and award winning BBQ presented by pit master Dale Thornton of South 40 Smokehouse and pit master Joseph Martin of AngelFire7 BBQ. Better yet, general admission is free!
What’s great BBQ without some equally amazing sides? Food trucks like Atlanta’s Mac the Cheese and Scratch Cuisine bring farm fresh foods and Southern cuisine selected weekends throughout the month.
The fun doesn’t stop there! The celebration culminates with the 16th annual HalloWINE Hoot Nanny October 29-30. You can find out more about Swine Wine weekends at www.threesistersvineyards.com.
Can’t get enough wine? Check out other happenings hosted by Dahlonega’s beautiful wineries:
Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery celebrates crush and harvest with your favorite fall dishes paired with their estate wines during the Harvest Celebration with Live Bluegrass on Sundays in October. Live bluegrass will be from the Packway Handle Band. Reservations are required, so book your seats today!
Visit Kaya Vineyard and Winery as they host new musicians every Saturday and Sunday from 1 PM – 5 PM. Kaya’s Winery and tasting room are built atop a ridge that is sixteen-hundred feet above elevation and offers the most exquisite panoramic mountain view in North Georgia.; the perfect setting for your weekend.
Montaluce Winery and Restaurant is hosting their 2nd Annual Festival in the Vines on Sunday, November 13, 2016 from 11 AM – 6 PM. Come out for an amazing day filled with gourmet food, wine tastings, craft beer, live music, local artists and vendors, hay rides, games for the kids, and so much more!
Other wine-related, and haunted, events to attend in October:
DSH Social Wine Tour: Come out and see why Dahlonega is known as the heart of Georgia wine country! Relax in a custom bus as you take a tour to the finest wineries in Georgia. More information can be found here.
Grapes and Ghosts Wine Tour: Dahlonega Walking Tours is offering a Grapes and Ghosts event which combines two awesome things just in time for Halloween, ghosts and grapes! The tour includes stops at Dahlonega’s charming, and in some cases, haunted and historic wine tasting rooms and restaurants.
Boos and Brews Pub Crawl: Dahlonega Walking Tours is also hosting the Boos and Brews Pub Crawl event where you can tour haunted and historic pubs and restaurants. Many of their stops include first hand paranormal accounts.
For a full calendar of events, click here.