Their main vineyards are in Berrien County, but they have a wine tasting room and bistro right next to I-75 in Cook County that attracts visitors from all over the country."We try to buy foods from the local markets to support the local economy but also give these people coming through Georgia a taste of the south," said Ed Perry, Horse Creek Winery Owner.The Perry family started growing muscadines in 1992 and began making their own wine in 2011. They handpick all their grapes.They say that plus plenty of sunshine and clay soil help make outstanding wine.Click our links to learn about the other stops on the Georgia Grown 37 and Georgia Grown 41 trails.
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Summer is in full swing, and that means afternoon showers and thunderstorms, capable of producing deadly lightning strikes.
Albany city commissioner Bobby Coleman officially announced his candidacy for re-election.
Neighbors are overwhelmingly pleased after city leaders voted to deny the rezoning of the 2400 block of Whispering Pines Circle.
The Tifton Police Department confirms that a body was found at a home at the corner of 5th Street and Central Avenue.
We are entering the warmest time of the year here in Southwest Georgia, which happens to also be the beginning of the school year.