A note from Sean McGinnis, President & Publisher:
Georgia’s wine industry has evolved, and Georgia’s wine producers are turning out record bottles of award-winning offerings. Atlanta magazine’s November issue provides an in-depth overview of Georgia’s wine country. The state is truly coming into its own in wine production and has embraced the unique grapes that thrive off our Georgia climate. This issue provides oenophiles a guide for all the go-to Georgia wine spots that range from the mountains of Dahlonega to the orchards of Ellijay. And we can’t forget the burgeoning craft spirits industry in Georgia – look to this issue to also provide a thorough overview of our state’s producers of gin, vodka, rum and local whiskies!
Wine and spirits aren’t the only tasty beverages of which Georgia has a vast selection. If you are looking for something with a more caffeinated punch, this issue has the latest on Atlanta’s bustling coffee scene. With a guide to the city’s finest coffee shops and stories of the baristas whose job is to start everyone else’s day off, you are sure to get your fix in this issue.
After another year of extreme heat and weather events, the global warming conversation is still neglected in Georgia’s elections. In this issue, we explore where Georgia stands regarding climate change and the steps that can be taken to address the ever-present situation.
Each year Atlanta magazine provides the most thorough Guide to Independent Schools. You’ll want to save this issue as you compare and contrast the vast array of private K-12 institutions throughout the metro area. And it’s never too early to start planning for college. Be sure to check out our extensive list of Georgia’s four-year colleges and universities.
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