The best wines are the ones we drink with friends.

Vineyards & Winery

Our mission is to make the best wine we can and serve it in a warm friendly atmosphere.

Cabin in the Vines

Reserve a night in our authentic 1820s log cabin with all of the modern amenities, of course!

Events & Weddings

We will soon be unveiling our new event center barn. Scheduled to open Spring of 2017!

Our Latest News


 

Cavender Creek is CLOSED ALL DAY on Saturday May 20th

We will be closed ALL DAY on May 20th, 2017 for a staff member's wedding. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your understanding. Please do not hesitate to call us at (706) 867-7700 or email us at hello@cavendercreekvineyards.com if you...

An update about the Dahlonega Plateau AVA

If you are interested in the progress of establishing the Dahlonega Plateau AVA (see my previous post about the AVA)  you may have noticed that things have gone rather quiet since my posting in January. The latest word on the street is that there will be a formal...

Spring is a scary time

If you are managing a vineyard, Spring can be a very scary time. When the vines start to wake after the winter, tender plant growth starts to develop. And this is the time when a late frost can wreak havoc on this young growth. If the air temperature drops below 32°F,...

Wine Highway Week

We are glad to be a participating winery in the Winegrowers Association of Georgia's Wine Highway Week Event! This year, each winery will be open for all 9 days of the event. We will be open Monday-Thursday from 12:30 PM - 5:30 PM, Friday from 12:30 PM - 7:00 PM,...

Doug Paul of Three Sisters Vineyard

I was extremely saddened to hear of the untimely death of Doug Paul, the co-owner of Three Sisters Vineyard, on March 7th. Doug was a real wine pioneer. After a career in TV and radio, he and his wife Sharon established the first local vineyard and winery in Lumpkin...

How much would you pay for your bottle of wine?

A recently released study of the ten most expensive wines in the world (they are all French) has some startling numbers. Top of the list comes Domaine de la Romanée-Conti 2005 at a staggering $28 thousand per bottle. A further seven of the list of ten also come from...