In addition to being one of the largest producers of Muscadine in the U.S., Georgia is also making significant progress with vinifera and French-American hybrid grapes in the cooler, higher elevation northern part of the state. Although Georgia was a major winemaking state in 1900, following prohibition modern winemaking did not return to Georgia until the 1980s with the passage of a farm winery law. The majority of Georgia’s forty-plus wineries are located in the northern part of the state, and nearly all are within a two hour drive of the Atlanta metropolitan area. Scroll down for a comprehensive list of Georgia wineries and click “map view” to access the advanced winery search. Whether you would like to visit a winery that provides beautiful vineyard lodging, has food available to complement its wines, or hosts vineyard weddings, we make it easy to find the best wine tasting and touring destinations in Georgia wine country.