Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for a wine tasting at two wineries for two people, plus $5 credit per person to Michaelee’s Chocolate Caffe ($30 value)
- $30 for a wine tasting at two wineries for four people, plus $5 credit per person to Michaelee’s Chocolate Caffe ($60value)
This deal is valid Wednesday–Saturday, from noon to 6 p.m. Clients first stop at Paradise Hills Winery for a tasting; there, they pick up a punchcard to use at Hightower Creek Vineyards and the credit to use at Michaelee’s Chocolate Caffe. All three destinations are within a short driving distance to each other. See the menu for Michaelee’s here.
Paradise Hills Winery and Hightower Creek Vineyards
Peaches aren't the only great fruit to come out of Georgia. That fact becomes evident on visits to Paradise Hills Winery and Hightower Creek Vineyards along the Georgia Wine Highway. Backdropped by the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, the wineries invite guests to taste the complex vintages that result from the region's well-drained mineral soils and combination of warm, dry summer days and cool mountain nights.
At Paradise Hills, patrons meander past rows of grapes and abominable snowmen on vacation back toward an all-wood mountain lodge set far back in the trees. Part of a larger resort, the winery tasting room shares space in the lodge with guest rooms and a full-service European spa. A short stroll brings you to the cabin rentals from rustic to luxury. In good weather, the outdoor deck is the perfect setting for sipping a cabernet sauvignon with hints of fruit or nibbling a picnic lunch.
At Hightower Creek Vineyards, live music often complements visitors' sips of wine. A full calendar of events brings everyone from bluegrass musicians to barbecue chefs to the hilly estate. On other days, guests can enjoy a picnic lunch amidst views of mists slowly rolling over the tops of the mountains. Paradise Hills Winery and High Tower Creek Vineyards