Little Vine Vineyards and Winery in Villa Rica, Carroll County, GA is bringing back a tradition of fine wines once produced in Western Georgia in the 1890's. This area of the state at one time was a major vineyard and winery center with some 20,000 acres planted in bunch grapes before prohibition. The grapes  at Little Vine Vineyards are the first commercial wine grapes planted in West Central Georgia since 1907 and the winery is the first constructed here in over 100 years. Just as Villa Rica was home to the nation's first gold rush in 1826, Little Vine is striving to reestablish the golden era of wine making here after a century long absence.


Our Red Dirt Road White Wine (Blanc du bois off dry ) and Red Dirt Road Red Wine (LeNoir/Norton blend) won Bronze Medals at the 35th Annual San Francisco International Wine Competition which was held on June 12-14, 2015.

Our award winning medals from the 2015 Georgia Trustees Wine Challenge:

Red Dirt Road Red---------Gold

Red Dirt Road White-------Silver

Blanc du Bois--------------Silver



Special Announcement from Little Vine Vineyards & Winery. We entered 3 of our wines and just won 3 medals at the Finger Lakes, NY International Wine Competition. With 3900 wine entries from 26 Countries and 50 States participating, we won a GOLD with our Blanc du Bois; a SILVER with our Red Dirt Road Red and a BRONZE with our LeNoir. This is our third round of medals won since we opened last June. A special thanks to Joe Smith and all others that helped make this happen! We are truly blessed!