Frogtown Cellars

Frogtown Cellars

Winery, Event Space, and Vineyard
Dahlonega
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    Aaron C.
    "great views of the N. Georgia mountains"(2 Tips)
    Shane B.
    "Frogtown, Montaluce, & Wolf Mtn are by far the 3 best Wineries..."(2 Tips)
    Rob B.
    "Wolf Mtn, Blackstock, 3 Sisters, and Montaluce are all close by!"(2 Tips)
    Lorne B.
    "Good entertainment, good times, good view."(4 Tips)
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  • Scott G.heart icon on user image
    Scott GellmanAugust 11, 2015
    Great wine. But you pay for it. Try some smaller wineries in the area for an equally beautiful view, good wine and great prices. (Ie. the Cottage, it's about 10 min away)
  • Destin D.
    Destin DunhamNovember 4, 2012
    Pretentious? Pft... There were pets running around and the wine servers were super friendly. We liked the wine better than the wine at Wolf Mountain
  • Juha H.
    Juha HarkonenMay 13, 2010
    This is one of the more memorable vineyard experiences in Georgia. The wine has improved over the years and in my humble opinion the wines are fairly good. The cost/quality ratio isn't quite there, bu
  • Rachel W.heart icon on user image
    Rachel WilesApril 11, 2015
    Loved the muscadine red! Fabulous place. Some of the best wines I have tried so far!
  • Leslie N.
    Leslie NDecember 27, 2012
    Dogs (forever barking) and cat are annoying!! Why do we have to have them hanging around us why we drink wine and ate goldfish crackers? Will bypass this one next time.
  • Aaron C.
    Aaron CruzApril 12, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Go to Frogtown Cellars. Relaxing, great views of the N. Georgia mountains, love the Thirteenth Century Merlot. Their panini's are to die for, corned beef being my fav. Read more
  • Shane B.
    Shane BaileyJuly 21, 2013
    Frogtown, Montaluce, & Wolf Mtn are by far the 3 best Wineries in the area!
  • Suzy N.
    Suzy NDecember 8, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Become a Citizen & enjoy special tastings & dinners
  • Rob B.
    Rob BeechamDecember 1, 2010
    Don't forget to visit the other Dahlonega wineries. Wolf Mtn, Blackstock, 3 Sisters, and Montaluce are all close by!
  • Daniel R.
    Daniel RiceAugust 11, 2012
    If you have a palette for good wine, skip frog town. Bitter and too alcoholic for serious wine-o's.
  • Lorne B.
    Lorne BrandtOctober 2, 2010
    Once you finally get attn., then it's good-- slow getting started. Good entertainment, good times, good view.
  • Toreya S.
    Toreya SheaAugust 14, 2010
    Try NOT to get Craig, the owner, to pour your tastings. His pours are so small you can barely taste the wine, and it certainly isn't worth the 15 dollar charge.
  • Mandi J.
    Mandi JonesSeptember 23, 2011
    Unfortunately, they aren't known for over-achieving. On a $10 6-inch caprese sandwich, you get one slice of tomato .
  • Sarah W.heart icon on user image
    Sarah WordenSeptember 3, 2018
    Tasting was fun
  • Lionel R.heart icon on user image
    Lionel RamírezJanuary 4, 2013
    Red wines are better!
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    JoshSeptember 4, 2021
    Great views, but terrible red wine. Wanted to like it, but very disappointed.
  • Amanda
    AmandaNovember 24, 2018
    18% service fee added to all food bills. They r not clear to tell u it goes toward gratuity. And the still ask for additional gratuity after u pay the 18%!!!
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