Jack “Mimm” McClure might be surprised to stumble across a jar full of his secret recipe, out in the open at a bar, looking somewhat “artisanal” for “tastings,” with his name boldly emblazoned on the label.
California’s Napa Valley has long claimed to be America’s wine capital, but you might be surprised to know that North Georgia—with more than 20 vineyards scattered across the region—is developing into a surprising challenger.
“We started it back in ’99.
I was 26,” Brannon Boegner said, describing the early
moments of Wolf Mountain, the winery he and his father,
Karl Boegner, have been raising on a steep Dahlonega slope
for almost two decades.