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Tasting Room open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays;
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. all other days
November 22: Jazz, wine, and cheese. Pick up our wine pairing suggestions card for your holiday feasts!
Select holiday gifts for the wine lovers on your list.
(We ship to most states)
This elegant three bottle embossed wood box can be shipped, complete
with red bow and enclosed gift card. Box is $35 plus your three wine
Attention Clemson, LSU, and Auburn friends. We ship the tiger
tanker with your favorite bottle of wine, a great holiday gift for
football lovers, college sports fans!
CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS WITH THESE DECEMBER EVENTS
Saturday, December 6: KICK OFF THE HOLIDAYS AT THE RED BARN! 1:00 TO 3:00 P.M.
Sliders from the grill and hot mulled wine around the fire pit. Holiday music by Jazz Mountain.
Reservations suggested: 706-782-4777.
Saturday, December 13: CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE - AN ANNUAL THANK YOU TO OUR CUSTOMERS!
Noon to 4:00 p.m. Hors d'oeuvres by CHEF RYAN SPRUHAN, Lake Rabun Hotel. Christmas music by Marie Dunkle.
Holiday gifts -- we ship! No admission charge -- tasting fee only! Free tastings for wine club.
LISA EZZARD WINS MEDAL IN INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S WINE CONTEST
Tasting room hours: Sunday through Friday 1 to 5 p.m., Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., other times by appointment: 706-782-4777.
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Martha Ezzard wins Georgia Author of the Year!
Almost 140 authors were nominated for this year's awards given by the Georgia Writers' Association in 11 different categories. Ezzard's book, The Second Bud, was the winner for the Memoirs category at the Saturday, June 8 annual dinner and awards ceremony.
"Opening Martha Ezzard's The Second Bud is like popping the cork on a bottle of fine wine: the more you sip, the gooder it gets. Forget all the glamorous, foo-foo crap you've ever heard about owning a vineyard; growing wine is hard work and so are the challenges the author and her husband face. So lush is Martha's telling that the reader is caught up in the fragrant, beautiful landscape of the vineyard without ever having set foot on the soil." Nancy Stephan, Memoir/Autobiography Judge
While traveling with Martha from Denver, Colorado to Atlanta and finally full-time to Tiger, be prepared for detours that will yank your heart strings and strike your funny bone... John Shivers, Georgia Mountain Laurel, October 2014
Read the complete review here on pages 16-17.
"In grape growing a second bud sometimes comes along to replace a first that has fallen victim to late spring frosts. As a metaphor for survival, perseverance and unexpected growth, it's pretty darned good. As the title of Martha Ezzard's book, it's perfect." Jill Vejnoska, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
HAPPENINGS AT THE WINERY
Tiger Mountain staff celebrates double gold for the 2010 Tannat!
Chef Jamie Allred's wife, Hillary, and winery manager Brandon Craft are among more than 60 guests who enjoyed Chef Jamie Allred's Sunday brunch at the Red Barn, the café's closing event of the season!
Mercer University Press Director Marc Jolley and his wife, Susan, enjoyed a day at Tiger Mountain recently!
Ezzard granddaughter, twenty-one year old Georgia O'Farrell, a June graduate of Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, will spend this harvest season at Tiger Mountain helping in the vineyards and in the tasting room. She studied in France last year and knows a lot about wine!
Dr. John Ezzard accepts The Legacy Award from the Clayton Tribune, given annually to a native of Rabun County for outstanding accomplishments.
Partners John and Marilyn McMullan celebrate TMV's double gold Cab Franc Reserve at a recent dinner where it won more votes in a blind tasting than a French Cab!
Bacchus (aka Brooks Franklin) paid a visit to harvest guests- to toast the 2014 vintage!
Margie Stockton and husband Harry Marshall enjoy lunch and Tiger Mountain wine on the patio of the Red Barn Café!
A roaring fire in the patio fire pit at the Red Barn lends itself to numerous upcoming holiday and winter events at The Red Barn.
Cellist Marie Dunkle plays for special winter events at the Red Barn.
Marietta friends examine a cluster of Petit Manseng on the October 18th vineyard hayride event for followers of Martha's book!
Winemaker Dr. John Ezzard with Tiger Mountain's gold medal 2011 Petit Manseng.
WELCOME NEW VENDORS
Now you can order Tiger Mountain wines at The White Birch Inn and Laurel Bar on Savannah Street in downtown Clayton. TMV wines are also listed at Harvest Habersham, the farm to table restaurant in historic Clarkesville that is getting rave reviews by fine dining critics for its ambiance and its locally grown fare. Zeppelin's in Clayton offers TMV Rabun Red and The Sky Valley Country Club serves Tiger Mountain wines. Betty's Country Store in Helen sells a broad selection of Tiger Mountain wines.
Winemaker John Ezzard at Decatur Sherlocks store.
In Thomasville, GA, Liam's Restaurant is "The" place to dine-- Tiger Mountain wines are proudly served there. TMV wines are now listed at Rabun County's renowned Kingwood Country Club where members and non-members can enjoy gourmet dinners and a gorgeous view from the dining room. Guests may enjoy Tiger Mountain wines at the recently remodeled York House in Rabun Gap, an historic inn where owners Stan and Christine Penton host weddings, community events, and guests from around the country. The Healthy Gourmet in Athens now carries TMV wines. Owners Anne and Dave Wells, strong proponents of local food and wine, will special order any TMV wines they don't have. Tiger Mountain wines are also sold at the Athens Earthfare where organic and locally grown products are featured.
Tiger Mountain wines are now at Savor Wine Boutique at Kirkwood Station in Atlanta! The charming wine shop owned by Kyla and Gregory Cox, offers an exciting selection of wines from around the country and from other countries. The award winning Restaurant Eugene in Atlanta is serving Tiger Mountain's Rosé by the glass and TMV's 2008 Cabernet Franc Reserve by the bottle, the recent double gold medal winner. When you dine at Restaurant Eugene, ask for Sommelier Juan Cortez for food and wine pairing advice! You can order Tiger Mountain wines by the glass at several other top Atlanta restaurants: Nikolai's Roof, Seasons 52 (both Buckhead and Perimeter), Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar at Perimeter Center. Three Blind Mice, a popular Lilburn restaurant, also serves TMV wines.
See Where to Buy for contact information on all of our vendors.