Reviews


Andy Kives

My wife and I have been coming...

2/27/16
My wife and I have been coming here since 2010 and we absolutely love this winery! We've been to most wineries in North Georgia and this is our favorite by a landslide.
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Nick Maas

My family came to Crane Creek the...

12/27/15
My family came to Crane Creek the day after Christmas 2015. The staff was extremely friendly and patient with us as we participated in the wine tasting and was happy to explain the differences in all their wines. The location was beautiful, so we enjoyed a glass of wine on the patio in the afternoon, as we watched geese and the dogs play. The prices were also very reasonable.
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LE Electric LLC

Atmosphere and wine was awesome, could use...

12/12/15
Atmosphere and wine was awesome, could use a few more items on the tapas menu. A must try!
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Dacey Hartsfield

Absolutely one of my favorite vineyards in...

11/20/15
Absolutely one of my favorite vineyards in the North Georgia Mountains. The reds and whites are delicious and the atmosphere and surroundings are just incredible. David and the staff are top-notch! A not-to-miss event is their New Year's Eve party. Incredible food put together by David and unlimited wines and live music. I look forward to this party every year. Oh and if you love puppies, they have three adorable ones running around (Crash, Peanut, and Scruffy) and occasionally begging for food (Peanut especially!). All in all, a great place to check out. You won't be disappointed.
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Jason Meadows

My wife and I enjoyed a

6/10/15
My wife and I enjoyed a
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About Winery and Wines

At Crane Creek Vineyards, we like to think that wines made from our grapes are an expression of our unique area. Our twelve acres of vines are planted in a variety of grapes, including the European varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. We also grow the old world French American hybrid varieties of Chambourcin, Vidal Blanc, Seyval Blanc and Villard Noir along with the modern hybrid Chardonel. The native American varieties Norton and Catawba round out our unique varietal collection.