On day two, we visited four vineyards for the first time. There are more than twenty vineyards in North Georgia, and we’ve now been to more than half of them. That’s just since last August, and between the wine trails and wine highways held each year, it gives us an excuse to visit the ones we normally would not travel to. We sure have covered a lot of ground since we first started.
Many of the vineyards for wine highway week had a format unfamiliar to us where multiple tasting stations were set up with a choice between one of two wines at each station – usually either dry or sweet, or red or white.
A few of the vineyards had a predetermined list with no choice. I decided that I much prefer not having to make our selections from an extensive list that could take me easily more than 5 minutes, interfering with our wine drinking time and getting to the next vineyard…
…and we wouldn’t want to do that now, would we! The less decisions for me, the better.