Enjoy the last lunch or brunch of the season at the Red Barn Cafe the last weekend
of October and the first Saturday and Sunday of November!
You can now sample and purchase Martha's Norton, 2013, grown organically, at the Tiger Tasting Room and also at Tiger Mountain's DAHLONEGA TASTING ROOM, Naturally Georgia, 90 Public Square, Dahlonega, GA (naturallygeorgia.com for hours and events). The organically grown TMV Norton is featured in the current Fall Edition of Northeast Georgia Magazine!
Celebrating the 2016 Harvest!
TIGER MOUNTAIN'S 2016 UGA INTERNS
WE SHIP WINE AND GIFTS YEAR ROUND!
Tiger Mountain's extraordinary Petit Manseng vintages have won four gold medals in the last four years (one each in Los Angles and San Francisco and The Jefferson Cup Invitational). Last month, the new 2015 vintage won gold in the 2016 International Eastern in which 1500 East Coast and mid Atlantic wines competed!
HAPPENINGS AT THE WINERY
Ezzard daughters Shelly and Lisa prepare fresh figs and plums for the salad table at the 2016 harvest party.
Dr. John describes his favorite Rabun County grown Malbec for party goers at the harvest party.
Winery manger Brandon Craft and Assistant Winemaker Brian Monaccio work overtime during harvest but keep smiling as those grapes come in!
The TMV staff toast the 2013 Petit Manseng which won a gold medal in the 2015 San Francisco International, the nation's most influential wine contest, judged by 72 top wine experts!
Assistant Winemaker Brian Monaccio with TMV Tasting Room staffers Rhonda Vincent(l) and Carole Raguckas(r).
TMV partners John and Marilyn McMullan and Lisa Ezzard enjoy 2016 spring celebration.
The Red Barn Café, open from May to November, offers an atmosphere of rustic elegance - enjoy a wine and dine experience in the 75-year-old restored Dairy Barn!
The Tiger Mountain crew is getting ready for harvest!
Tampa resident Vivian Fallio celebrates the Cabernet Franc release with Martha Ezzard. The Fallios are faithful TMV lovers who have a cabin in Franklin, N.C. Tiger Mountain's 100 acre farm property and vineyards are full of lovely vistas for winery and Red Barn visitors.
TM partners Ezzards and McMullans celebrate recent gold medal wine awards at the Red Barn!
Winemaker Dr. John Ezzard with Tiger Mountain's gold medal 2013 Petit Manseng.
WELCOME NEW VENDORS
Sky Valley Country Club, which recently featured TMV wines at a dinner, now lists them for members to enjoy at any time. Tiger Mountain Rabun Red and Viognier are now available at the new Wicked Pig in downtown Clayton! You can now order Tiger Mountain Norton at the U-Joint in Clayton - great with their fabulous burgers! Also in Clayton, Grapes and Beans has Tiger Mountain's Rabun Red - and at White Birch Provisions on Savannah Street, you can purchase Tiger Mountain wines by the bottle, including the gold medal Petit Manseng! The legendary Partridge Inn in Augusta is where many Masters golf fans and VIPs often stay. Tiger Mountain wines can also be purchased at Augusta's best known wine shop, The Vineyard Wine Shoppe, 4414 Evans Locke Road. Tiger Mountain is proud to have recently placed its Georgia grown wines there! Lucky's Market is getting five star reviews in Savannah --- and you'll find Tiger Mountain wines there! The Salt Table in Savannah, the popular gourmet spice and gift shop, also carries local wines and has a grand selection of Tiger Mountain wines, including the 2013 Petit Manseng, the latest Malbec and White Tiger! David and Carl Legasse, the owners, are knowledgeable advisers about wines for the holidays! Fernside Package Store is a convenient stop for Toccoa residents to pick up TMV wines, including Petit Manseng and Cabernet Franc. You can order Tiger Mountain wines at The White Birch Inn and Laurel Bar and at the fabulous new White Birch Provisions Gourmet Shop 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. 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. 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 win, will special order any TMV wines they don't have. Tiger Mountain's popular Rabun Red blend is now available in The Wine Shoppe on the square in Blairsville.
In Rabun County, the award winning FORTIFY restaurant and bar features Tiger Mountain wines as does the Lake Rabun Hotel with its rustic and elegant setting on the lake. TMV wines are also served at Fromage Fine Foods and Rumor Hazit in Clayton and at the popular Dillard House.
See Where to Buy for contact information on all of our vendors.
MARTHA EZZARD CONTINUES BOOK TALK SCHEDULE IN 2016!
Martha Ezzard's memoir about the Ezzards' pioneering vineyard venture which won the 2014 Georgia Author of the Year award, continues to attract press reviews and speaking engagements.
"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