Canvas and Cork is located in the Stanton Storehouse in downtown Dahlonega, just off the square. The Stanton Storehouse is on the national register of historic buildings and overlooks Hancock Park. The tasting room and gallery occupies the first floor and is an inviting, eclectic space filled with original art and fine local wine.


Featuring Habersham Vineyards wines and a selection of wine paraphernalia.  Open 7 days a week.  Click here for more information.


Featuring Tiger Mountain and Crane Creek Vineyards wines.  They also stock a wide selection of locally made handmade gifts, pottery, and art - it's located within an Art Gallery!  Closed Monday and Tuesday.  Click here for more information.  



Enjoy spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the panorama of lush vineyards, while experiencing some of the best wines in the Southeast.  Kaya produces hand-crafted complex wines that cater to the serious enthusiast, but with a sense of balance that is both easily approachable and enjoys wide appeal. The goal in their tasting room is to provide an educational experience for those with a passion to learn more about wine - in a down-to-earth environment.

Enjoy a glass of North Georgia wine and the warm atmosphere of their Appalachian-style lodge with its unique three-sided “stovepipe” fireplace and expansive window views of the Blue Ridge. Or enjoy the cool summer breezes and a glass of White Merlot on their 2,000 square-foot covered deck. 

The winery specializes in private events: from formal weddings of up to 200, to informal luncheons on our vineyard deck. We also offer a unique weekday meeting environment for corporate retreats with optional team-building programs. Our stone encased cellar provides another unique venue for a more intimate affair, accented by a waterfall feature that naturally humidifies over a hundred barrels.


This small family farm vineyard got its start in 2007 with the volunteeer help of family and friends. Their first harvest of two red grapes, Cabernet Sauvignon and Norton / Cynthiana, was in 2009. Next? Petit Manseng, made from a small white grape, premiers its first vintage in the Spring of 2011. 

Cane Creek endeavors to produce hand-crafted wines that reflect the personal attention to detailand “pampering”, from planting to bottling, afforded by a small family vineyard. Planned around an old farm theme,  the North Georgia winery features a circa 1820 hand-hewn log cabin, disassembled and moved down from Tennessee, which eventually will serve as guest accommodations.

The tasting room is in the 'loft' of one of the cabins on the property, and features a spacious deck that extends over the grape crush-pad below. What else can you view from Cane Creek Winery's deck? Farm animals including donkeys, sheep, and a big ole' white pasture guardian and mascot: the family's dog!


A 57 acre wine estate located at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, equal distance between Dahlonega and Cleveland Georgia. Frogtown encompasses 40 acres of vineyards and a tri-level gravity flow winery specifically designed to produce the unique wines made from Frogtown grapes.

In 1998, native Atlantans Craig and Cydney Kritzer founded Frogtown in a location carefully selected for quality wine grape production and outstanding mountain views, the Frogtown District of Lumpkin County, Georgia. After researching Frogtowns soil, diverse climates and terrain, Craig divided the land up into separate vineyards. He planted different wine grape varieties based on the characteristics of each vineyard site. Frogtown is now home to 40 acres of vineyards planted to 17 different wine grapes varieties, both red and white. 

Frogtown produces wines under the 'Frogtown' label, 'Thirteenth Colony' label and 'Talking Rock' label.  The Kritzer family invites you to come and relax on our deck with a glass of our wine and enjoy the views overlooking our vineyards, lake and the North Georgia Mountains.


A bit outside of Dahlonega's city limit - however Habersham has a tasting room located on Dahlonega's town square!

Habersham Winery has been producing award winning Georgia wines since 1983 and is one of Georgia's oldest and largest wineries.

Located one half mile south of Helen in Nacoochee Village, the winery is open daily for complimentary tastings and self guided tours. In addition to a large selection of Georgia grown and produced wines, the tasting room also features a gift shop with gourmet foods and wine specialty gift items.


At the heart of the Montaluce Estate and at its highest point, the property boasts a modern 25,000-square foot winery building. Reminiscent of a grand Tuscan villa, with sweeping views of the vineyards and mountains beyond, guests will discover here the Italian ideal of "La Vita Bella", or the beautiful life--centered around food, wine and sharing. 

On the winery's main floor, the handsome Tasting Room and beautiful restaurant Le Vigne offer a place to unwind and enjoy New- and Old-World Italian dishes alongside a thoughtful wine list that includes selections from the United States as well as Italy. On the lower levels, guests may observe the fine art of winemaking in the production facility that comprises more than 9500-square feet.

Tour and taste from barrel with the winemaker, tour the vineyards with their vineyard manager, participate in Wine University, take a culinary class with their chef or simply sit back, relax and enjoy the wonderful world of wine and dining at Montaluce—the heart of North Georgia Wine Country!


A small family oriented farm that is a destination for tourists and wine enthusiasts visiting Northeast Georgia.  After purchasing the Lumpkin County property in 1995, Sharon and Doug Paul began nearly a year of site planning for the new vineyard. The farm's name is inspired by the beautiful view of Lumpkin County's Three Sisters Mountain to the west.  Three Sisters Vineyards, Inc. was incorporated the following summer on July 19, 1996 to cultivate the growth and production of wine grapes. Sharon Paul's brother Ken VanDusen joined the family business in October 1996 as the Vineyard Operations Manager. The Winery began operations in August of 2000. The Tasting Room opened September of 2001. Eighteen acres of grapes thrive on our mountainside property.

Situated on 184 acres between the historic mountain villages of Dahlonega and Cleveland/Helen, Lumpkin County's first vineyard, Three Sister, holds the historic distinction of being "Dahlonega's First Family Farm Winery" and Dahlonega-Lumpkin County's Founding Winegrower.


This vineyard is fashioned after a raised Craftsman-Style cottage and sits atop the Cellar, which is encased in fieldstone.  The Winery is 8,000 square feet of indoor function space that includes a dance space, an antique bar area and beautiful fireplaces. Wolf Moutain's winery also houses a display of early French winemaking artifacts.

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.

Wolf Mountain Vineyards and Winery offers visitors a true “Napa Style” wine tasting experience. Their wine tasting area features a a large four-sided stone and cedar bar that can accommodate up to 80 tasters with the ambiance of the adjacent cask room, wine cellar and veranda.