Which of these wineries in the South have you visited?
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If you'd like to plan a road trip, set your sights on a wineries in the South, where you'll find tasting rooms, picturesque vineyards, and plenty of surrounding nature to enhance your views. There are wonderful wineries throughout the South, but some are set absolutely alight with the colors of autumn when the leaves change in the fall. Plan a road trip to one of these wineries in the South—from Georgia to Virginia and several states in between—and you'll soon be dreaming about a return trip.

Arrington Vineyards

6211 Patton Rd, Arrington, TN
This stunning 95-acre property can be found 25 miles south of Nashville, Tennessee. Visitors enjoy tastings, live jazz at the vineyard's Music in the Vines events, and views of central Tennessee's autumn scenery. For a more personalized understanding of the vineyard, explore their Premiere Experience option.
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Big Cork Vineyards

4236 Main St, Rohrersville, MD Once you taste the award-winning wines produced at Big Cork Vineyards in Rohrersville, Maryland, you'll be planning your return trip. The idyllic microclimate here results in grapes that are packed with intense flavor, resulting in award-winning wines that will liven up your palate.
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Chateau Morissette Winery

291 Winery Rd SW, Floyd, VA
Located in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountain region, this spot has river and mountain views in addition to flights of the winery's selection of memorable house wines—including fan favorite The Black Dog. If you find yourself missing the robust flavors after your trip, you can always visit their website to place a personalized order.
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Childress Vineyards

1000 Childress Vineyards Rd, Lexington, NC
This property belongs to former NASCAR driver Richard Childress, who built a destination for wine lovers looking for tours and tastings as well as memorable meals, which can be found at The Bistro. From May through October, experience their Music in the Vineyards series, or visit in September for the annual Grape Stomp Harvest Party.
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Crane Creek Vineyards

1040 Crane Creek Rd, Young Harris, GA
Nestled in North Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains near Brasstown Bald, Crane Creek Vineyards is a dreamy destination where visitors are encouraged to pack a picnic and enjoy the surroundings. There are also tasting flights, wine by the glass, and wine by the bottle to experience in the tasting room.
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Raffaldini Vineyards and Winery

450 Groce Rd, Ronda, NC
Visit this North Carolina winery to find Italian-style dry white and red Appassimento wines as well as a landscape of rolling hills and turning leaves. The bonus on this property is that part of it has been designated Certified Wildlife Habitat™. This garden space improves habitat for a variety of wildlife. Check the events calendar for seasonal programming.
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Stone Tower Winery

19925 Hogback Mountain Rd, Leesburg, VA
Make a visit to Stone Tower Winery to learn about wines steeped in a sense of place. Two tasting rooms—the Tower View Tasting Room for members and the family-friendly Harvest Barn Tasting Room—invite aficionados to spend an afternoon exploring the property's sips and views.
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Three Sisters Vineyards and Winery

439 Vineyard Way, Dahlonega, GA
If you're on the hunt for wineries in the South, Three Sisters Vineyards has nailed a beautiful and tasty formula. Located in beautiful surroundings along Vineyard Way in Dahlonega, Georgia, this destination invites visitors in for tastings and events. Don't miss the food trucks and live music on the weekends.
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Wildside Winery

5500 Troy Pike, Versailles, KY
Find award-winning wines and lovely scenery at Wildside Winery and Vineyard, which got its start in the 1990s and is located on a 30-acre farm in the heart of Kentucky's horse country. Wildside also serves as a stunning event venue, creating special memories with carefully planned celebrations.
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Wolf Mountain Vineyards

180 Wolf Mountain Trail, Dahlonega, GA
Come to Wolf Mountain Vineyards for the tours and tasting flights, stay for the hillside setting, vineyard café, and award-winning wines—which, the vineyards note, "are produced at the 1,800-foot elevations of the Dahlonega Plateau." Wines from this vineyard are consistently award-winning, and their focus on careful cultivation garners industry-wide praise.
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Are there any picturesque vineyards in your area? What are your favorite wineries in the South?