The European-style Georgia Winery at Wolf Mountain is fashioned after a raised Craftsman-Style cottage and sits atop the Cellar, which is encased in fieldstone. The Winery is 10,000 square feet encompassing wine production. restaurant and tasting room.
Overlooking the foothills of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, the Winery and Vineyard provides the perfect setting for the enjoyment of our award-winning handcrafted wines, Vineyard Weddings, Sunday Brunch, Cafe Lunch and Gourmet Dinners.
Wine Tastings and Tours
We are proud to offer visitors to Wolf Mountain Vineyards and Winery a true “Napa Style” wine tasting experience. Our wine tasting area features a a large four-sided stone and cedar bar with the ambiance of our adjacent cask room, wine cellar and veranda overlooking our rolling hillside vineyards.
For the past two decades Brannon Boegner, our winemaker and vineyard manager, has dedicated himself to growing and producing premium vinifera still and sparkling wines along the 1800 foot elevations of the Dahlonega Plateau. Establishing Wolf Mountain Vineyards and Winery in 1999 with his father Karl, the two worked with consultants from both the California and Virginia wine industries to develop the Estate Vineyards along with their winemaking techniques and philosophies. After working together for many years, Brannon took over as head winemaker in 2010. Since that time he has been awarded hundreds of medals at the most prestigious wine competitions in California. He also became the first winemaker on the East Coast to be awarded Best of Class and Double Gold Medals at the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco International and Los Angeles International Wine Competitions in Premium Sparkling, White and Red Wine Categories.
Our vineyard is situated on top of Wolf Mountain at an 1,800 foot elevation, presenting a truly unique viticultural site. This mountain top estate was selected after an extensive search, focused on finding the best site in which red wine grapes could be grown, instead of looking at the number of vines we could plant.