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Thanksgiving Throwback: Check out these vintage photos of Georgia's past turkey days

Thanksgiving Throwback: Check out these vintage photos of Georgia’s past turkey days

The Roosevelts dine in Warm Springs, Georgia Tech takes on Auburn, Joseph E. Lowery helps lead a sit-in protest, and more.
Meet some of the people tied to the Georgia's wine industry

Meet some of the folks that make up Georgia’s wine industry

Tyler Barnes became a winemaker by accident. Pamela Borgel is first (and only) woman to start a winery by herself in Georgia. La Tanya Eiland first became fascinated with winemaking as a student in the 1970s, when her grandmother sent her to visit Italy.
Georgia distilleries worth the drive

14 Georgia distilleries worth the drive

These craft spirits show there’s more to Georgia than wine and beer. Pick a spirit that interests you and hit the road—catch a tour, have a taste, and bring a bottle home.
A blind tasting of North Georgia wines

A blind tasting of North Georgia wines

We recruited Sarah Pierre, owner of 3 Parks Wine Shop in Glenwood Park, to do a blind tasting of wines we collected while exploring North Georgia’s wine country.
Three trips though Georgia wine country

Three trips to take though Georgia’s wine country

Here's how to take a wine tasting journey through the Dahlonega Plateau, the scenic wineries of Northeast Georgia, and apple-icious Ellijay.
Georgia wine is coming into its own (and no, it's not all sweet)

Georgia wine is coming into its own (and no, it’s not all sweet)

“We’re finally coming around to this new era of Georgia wine where we’re venturing out and discovering some grapes that actually grow well here,” says Sean Wilborn, wine farmer and proprietor of Cloudland Vineyards + Winery in Buford.

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