Experience North Georgia Wine Country at
A "MA "MUST SEE AND DO" when you are visiting North Georgia. Taste our own Blue Ridge Cellars wines
and other local vineyard wines on the the
North Georgia Wine Trail.
Gift Certificates available for any dollar amount- A Great Gift for those who love wine or beer!
The harvest is now done!
Time to enjoy the wines.
We also carry Craft Beer from Georgia Breweries and Breweries in North Georgia, North Carolina
ORGANIC and SULFITE free Wines are now here!
Stop in and see our new wines arriving weekly.
NOW IN OUR DELI CASE:
Satori Cheeses: Merlot, Rosemary Olive Oil, Espresso Asiago Cheeses and Grated and Shredded
If you have not tried the Triple Creme Brie from
Other Boars Head Cheeses and Meats:
Prosciutto, Goat Cheese.
COLD wines and Coke Products as well as
We now carry Lakehouse Coffee Beans!
This year is the 80th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition.
One of the
legacies is the lingering existence of dry counties, especially across
the South. The number is declining, in part due to the economics of not
Lubbock County, Texas, has a lot of new options for dinner and
of them is Johnny Carino’s. The Funky Door Bistro and Wine Restaurant,”
Eddie McBride, president of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce, can reel
off a list.
With the exception of one retail strip Lubbock was dry for years. But
that changed after a 2009 ballot initiative. Until the new law, McBride
says restaurants were reluctant to move in.
“You see about a 6 percent increase in retail sales in the area when
they switch from dry to wet,” says economist Ray Perryman, head of
the Perryman Group, an economic and financial analysis firm in Waco,
Towns that don’t offer alcohol can lose out on other sales as well,
Perryman says. “If
you go to an other area to go to liquor store and while you’re there
you may stop and buy groceries, you may do some shopping at local
stores, just because you’re out and you’re making a trip.”
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention says states spend
billions on excessive drinking. But Perryman says all consumers have
access to alcohol, so even those areas that ban drinking end up with
alcohol-related bills for healthcare, crime and justice -- without
getting any of the of benefits of selling the drinks.
Blue Ridge Cellars and Tasting Room
Located downtown at 500 East Main Street Blue Ridge, Georgia.
Just 90 minutes North of Atlanta. In the beautiful North Georgia Mountains. Just are a short drive from Ellijay, Ga, Copperhill TN, and Murphy North Carolina.
Here you will find gourmet cheeses, foods, and boutique wines and
The informative staff will assist you in choosing the right wine for your next
get together or evening at the cabin.
Blue Ridge Tasting Room Eatery
Charcuterie and Artisan Cheeses, Flatbread Pizza's, Appetizers and Lite Fare.
Baked Brie and Artisan Cheese Boards.
The menu changes daily.
Blue Ridge Cellars Wine
and Craft Beer Shop
Our own Blue Ridge Cellars Wines are now in as well as wines from other North Georgia wineries and
hand-crafted boutique wines from around the world.
We carry locally brewed Craft Beer. Growlers to go.
Blue Ridge Cellars Gourmet Foods
We carry local cheeses, Jams, Herbal Teas,
Olive Oils and much more! Gift Baskets are available for all occasions. Call us to order. We can deliver locally.
We are always adding more local foods.
We invite you to come visit us for a lunch break, try new wines with your meal. If you decide to stay longer than a day in Blue Ridge , stay at a cozy cabin in the North Georgia Mountains, or at the Blue Ridge Inn- where the innkeepers Cecilia and Dena are waiting to greet you. Relax with a massage, enjoy all the outdoor activities Blue Ridge has to ; boating on Lake Blue Ridge, Hiking in the Aska Adventure area, Biking on hundreds of trails, Horseback Riding,, Fishing or White Water Rafting on the Toccoa, and Fightingtown Creek and Zip Line Tours. Then tour a few of the local wineries in Jasper, Ga, Dalonegha, GA, Young Harris GA and try new wines at Tastings of Blue Ridge's Tasting Room. We carry local wines, boutique wines from California, Oregon, Washington State,
Argentina, Italy, France, Australia and South Africa.