Tiger Mountain Vineyards

Tiger Mountain Vineyards
2592 Old Highway 441
Tiger, GA 30576
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The first vineyards at Tiger Mountain were planted on the five-generation-old Ezzard farm in Northeast Georgia in 1995, and the first vintages date to 1999. The 2,000-foot altitude, cool mountain nights and well-drained slopes, which consist of the decayed granite soils of the ancient Blue Ridge, are an ideal terroir for certain European vinifera and the native American Norton. A divided trellis system prevents excessive canopy, allowing sunlight and movement of air though the vines. The grapes are harvested by hand, and the wine is made using traditional European small winery methods in the fermentation, barrel aging and blending processes.

The vinifera grapes cultivated at Tiger are carefully selected French and Portuguese reds--Cabernet Franc, Touriga Nacional, Tannat, Malbec, Mourvedre  as well as the native American Norton; white grapes are Viognier and the rare Petit Manseng. The award winning wines are sold in Georgia's major cities and are listed in top restaurants, including four five stars.

Tiger Mountain Vineyards takes pride in its handcrafted wines which reflect a deep respect for this unique land and its fruit.

A deep respect for the land and the cultivation of fine fruit.
  • From Harvest to Crush
  • Ready for Harvest - Tiger Mountain's Exclusive Malbec
  • Partners John and Marilyn McMullan Toast 10th Anniversary
  • The Wine Maker At Work (Dr. John Ezzard)
  • Carl Fackler with Cab Franc from Tiger's Stonewall Creek Vineyards
  • Tasting Room Patio is Always Lively
  • Enjoy the Romance of a Mountain Sunset
  • John and Martha Ezzard Examine Petit Manseng
  • Taste the Blue Ridge Mountains
  • More Than 100 Awards Since 2001
  • A Short Drive From Atlanta
  • Seventy-year-old Ezzard Barn Marks Entry to Vineyards
  • Wine and Cheese Parties and a Vineyard View
  • Grape and Roses at Tiger Mountain
  • Unforgettable: Sunrise at Tiger Mountain
  • Spring miracle: April bud break
  • A Bountiful September Harvest
  • A Winter Vineyard Silhouette
  • Regional and National Recognition