Discover the new Château Élan Winery & Resort



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The Tasting Room

Whether you’re looking for wine by the glass or by the bottle, Tasting Room is Chateau Elan Winery’s ultimate one-stop-shop. Please note, reservations are required for all winery tours. Pre-purchased tickets are encouraged for tastings but walk-ins are welcomed, subject to availability.


Tours & Tastings


Swirl

Chateau Wine Tasting


Indulge in a premium experience by discovering the history and passion that hides behind every sip.

Guests will choose 7 pours from any wine in our extensive portfolio; including our limited release Fingerprint Collection, sparkling wines, and ports.


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SIP

Chateau Tour & Tasting


Take a guided, behind-the-scenes tour of our iconic winery, winery vat, and production rooms and learn how we get from grape to glass.

After your tour concludes, enjoy a tasting of five winemaker-selected wines in our Winery Cask Room surrounded by barrels of aging wine.


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Savor

Grandeur Tour & Tasting


Ready to dive deeper into your wine journey? The Grandeur Tour is an in-depth, private tour of the vineyards and winery production facility.

Following the tour, guests will be treated to a semi-private, guided tasting of eight premium wines with an artisan cheese plate for pairing.


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PRIVATE POURS

Group Packages


Our winery offers personalized, private tastings and tours – perfect for bachelorette parties, corporate outings, and special occasions.

Depending on group preference, before or after the tour, there is a personalized guided tasting of six Chateau Élan wines.


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FAQ Guide

What to Know, Before you Go


Q: How much time should I allow for the tasting or the tour + tasting?

A: Since our wine tasting consists of 7 pours of wine, it can really range in duration depending on your pacing. We typically recommend 45mins-1.5hrs for the tasting. For our tasting and tours, they typically last 1.5-2 hours.

Q: Can I still come to the Tasting Room if tickets are all sold out?

A: Absolutely! Although a pre-purchased tasting ticket is highly recommended, walk-ins are always welcomed but are subject to availability. During our busiest times and dates, we may place guests on a wait to allow for the best guest experience as possible.

Q: If I purchase a tasting ticket, does that mean I’ll have a reserved seat for me and my guests?

A: Throughout the Tasting Room, we have open seating both indoors and outdoors on our patio. We do not reserve tables and/or seats for guests. If there is a particular seat you’d like, we suggest planning your trip closer to our opening hours.

Q: I have a party of 10 guests and want to do a walk-in tasting. Can you accommodate that for us?

A: Because the Tasting Room has all open-seating, we can not guarantee space for large, walk-in parties. For groups of 6 or more, we strongly encourage purchasing tickets prior to your arrival. For groups of 10 or more, please inquire about our “Group Package” option for tours and tastings.

Q: I want to do a Tour & Tasting but online it says that the event is sold out. Can I still come?

A: Both our “Chateau Tour and Tasting” and our “Grandeur Tour and Tasting” are limited to a certain number of spots. Therefore, we do not accept walk-ins once all tickets have been sold.

Q: Can I bring outside food and beverages to the Tasting Room?

A: We do not allow outside food or beverage on property. However, we do have a fabulous selection of charcuterie boards that you can order that pair perfectly with our wines.

Q: Can I purchase wine bottles at The Tasting Room?

A: Absolutely! We have wine bottles for sale and we also have a gift shop/farmers market in the back of the Tasting Room.

Q: What time is “last call?“

A: Our last tasting is sold 40 minutes before closing in order to allow enough time to appropriately taste seven different wines.

Q: Do you serve wine on Sundays?

A: In accordance with Georgia state law, we do not sell wine or wine bottles before 12:30pm on Sundays.

Q: If I sit outside, can I bring my dog?

A: As much as we love dogs, our winery and vineyard isn’t pet-friendly.