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Cartecay Vineyards, Ellijay

#5 of 19 in Things to do in Ellijay
Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
Vineyard and Tasting Room

14 acres of wine grapes;

Vinifera; Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon

French-hybrids; Vidal and Traminette

American; Norton and Catawba

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  • This review is actually for Cartecay Wine & Craft in downtown Ellijay. I could not find that on here to review, as I believe it is new. However, I had to pass along how great of a time we had. The...  more »
  • Wonderful wine in a lovely atmosphere. We're headed back for more soon. In particular, we loved the winter spice wine.  more »
  • Stopped by while visiting my daughter and family! So glad we did!! What a wonderful atmosphere, besides the weather was perfect to say the least! We enjoyed sampling a few wines while we were there , bought ourselves a glass each and sat by the outdoor sitting area while Gregg Erwin sang some lovely tunes! enjoyed his music. My granddaughters enjoyed swinging in the tree hammock and rolling down the hill. What a great stop we made. Truly enjoyed the chimney red wine. what a treat.. Ill for sure be back again! Staff was pleasant and cheerful! Oh by the way we bought a few bottles to take home!
  • Nice enough of a wine-tasting venue, however, wines produced (or sold) here are not for the serious wine drinker. The white wines were fairly decent and close the their claimed varietal (most were sweet), but the bottle prices were insane for the quality (should all be well under $10). The reds were horrendous! The Cab tasted like watered-down grape juice, nowhere near what a Cab should look, smell or taste like. The other reds (blends) were sweet...again, way overpriced ($20+ per bottle) for what is essentially "box-wine" quality. The wines here may be to the liking of sweet-tea drinkers, tourists and wine-novices, but not even close to wines produced in Calif., Oregon and Long Island.

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