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Serenberry Vineyards

450 Tipton Trail

Open: Year Round

About the Farm:

In the early 1960s, the seed was planted, for what would one day become Serenberry Vineyards, when Henry and Ethelyn Jernigan came to North Georgia. After hearing about the area's trout fishing, they purchased acreage in Morganton, Georgia, with a house and a barn that had been built in the 1920s. After selling the house to a couple of close friends, they converted the barn into what has been known as 'the Little House' ever since.

Fast forward two generations later, and the Little House is still in the family. Years ago, the original house was repurchased, and now overlooks a beautiful vineyard. The Little House was renovated, exposing its original roots as a barn, and was transformed into the Tasting Room in 2012.


Laura Engshun

Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018
Visited when we went to Blue Ridge a little while ago. Great place! The owner was there and was super nice. Gave a tour of the place and told us about the grapes and the process of vine making. Then we sampled wine. FANTASTIC WINE! Bought several bottles. If you get a chance to go it's worth your time. You will not be disappointed.


Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Went this past Sunday and enjoyed the wine tasting with my friend. Wish I would have purchased more bottles of wine:(. I'm really enjoying the swan bottle that I purchased.

Robert Davis

Saturday, June 9, 2018
Very beautiful, quite, serene and small. The wine tasting was awesome!

Simon Brumbaugh

Sunday, June 17, 2018
Lovely little vineyard! And the wine tasting was fantastic!

Brandon Hicks

Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017
This quaint family-owned vineyard and winery tucked in the hills of Appalachia should be on your travel list. Go sit by the fireside with friends and take in the views and delicious wines. The family-team proprietors were very gracious host and you will feel right at home.

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