The tasting room is open 7 days a week, Monday - Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from 12:30 - 5:30 p.m. No reservations are required to visit the tasting room, although advance notice for large groups of 10 or more is appreciated.
We offer 3 wine flight options.
1.) Try any 5 wines for $10.
2.) Try any 6 wines & finish with a double pour of wine in a chocolate cup for $15.
3.) Try 5 wines & keep your souvenir Chateau Meichtry engraved Riedel glass for $20.
You can also purchase wine by the glass, or by the bottle. We have live music every Saturday & Sunday, year round, from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. both days! We sell cheeses, salami, prosciutto, crackers & cheese straws, a la' carte, but you are welcome to bring a picnic lunch. We have indoor & outdoor seating available, and is always first come, first serve. For further questions, contact us in the tasting room at 706 - 502- 1608.
Tours are offered every Saturday & Sunday, by reservation only. Tours are $35 per person, and include a tasting of 5 wines beginning in the tasting room, a glass of your favorite wine to take with you on the walking tour of the vineyard & winery & a souvenir Riedel glass to take home with you! Tours start at 12:30 on both Saturday & Sunday and take about an hour & a half to complete.
They can be reserved by calling us in the tasting room at 706-502-1608.
Driving Services & Winery Tours
There are several companies in the area offering transportation services between wineries.
Drive For You Winery Tours (706) 374-2093
A2B Transit (706) 502-5250
Grape Escape Wine Adventures (706) 686-5045
Go Wine Tours (404) 247-3163
Pop the Cork (404) 433-2956
The Limo Doctor (678) 468-7612
“The venue is remarkable, the history amazing, Courtney did our tasting and I feel like she is a family friend now”
“If you are looking for a breath taking view, great wine, awesome music and wonder people this is where you need to go. What an amazing experience every time I pull into this vineyard.”
“The winery setting, with rolling hills, dotted with black and brown cattle was isolated in a very relaxed charming area of the estate..”