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Sure, you’ll still see muscadines and slushie machines, but visit North Georgia now and you’ll find sophisticated small-batch varietals you’ll never spy at Total Wine.
Opening a business just a couple of weeks before the pandemic shut down the economy may seem like spectacular bad luck. But Cory Atkinson made it work.
Dom Beijos is a Portuguese wine shop with a selection of more than 70 varieties focused around the $15 price point.
Less aggressive than a Muscadet, livelier and more aromatic than a Pinot Grigio, falanghina is a little-known white varietal that has, of late, become more visible among wine geeks—and it deserves to be all the rage. Also: the fall of the meat-and-three in Atlanta.
Hazel Jane’s, a new wine and coffee bar from a former Staplehouse sommelier, will serve more than 100 wines
Hazel Jane’s Wine & Coffee is designed to be an everyday hangout—for downing a cup of joe, grabbing a quick lunch or weekend brunch, or lingering over small plates and a bottle of wine in the evening.
Find an importer you trust, and then search for their other wines by looking not at the front label—but near the barcode on the back. Empire State South and Five & Ten wine director guides you through his favorites: Kermit Lynch, Becky Wasserman & Co., Rosenthal, Louis/Dressner Selections, and Uva Imports.
Atlantan Cleveland Spears III wants to make rosé season last a little bit longer with La Fête du Rosé, a rosé picnic coming to Historic Fourth Ward Park.