9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious

 

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Source: 9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious9 Things you shouldn’t leave Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge without trying – Roamilicious

Blue Ridge Wine and Jazz Festival – Fannin County Chamber of Commerce – Blue Ridge, Georgia

Source: Blue Ridge Wine and Jazz Festival – Fannin County Chamber of Commerce – Blue Ridge, Georgia

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Donna Boyer | Dreamview Cabin

Bringing hot jazz, great wines, fine art, and delicious cuisine, to beautiful downtown Blue Ridge, GA. Gates open at 1 p.m. Enjoy delicious food prepared locally and listen to top jazz performers from the region. Purchase wine by the glass or bottle and bring it to your blanket and lawn chairs to relax while listening to great music.  Another great lineup this year! Be sure to visit the festival website for a complete description of the wonderful music styles of these artists.”

Visit Mercier Orchards on you next visit to Blue Ridge!

Be sure to put Mercier Orchards on your bucket list of things to do next time you stay at the cabin! It is Georgia’s largest orchard with over 300 acres and was founded in 1943 by Bill & Adele Mercier. A large variety of apples is not all you’ll find there. They also grow peaches, strawberries, blueberries and blackberries. They offer several types of tours throughout the year one of which is their popular ‘U Pick Tour’ where you can pick your own fresh fruit. They even have a hard cider tour where you’ll get a presentation of how they grow, ferment and bottle their famous cider. They produce about 150,000 gallons a year! Now that’s a lot of cider!

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http://aclivingmagazine.com/mercier-orchards-celebrates-70-years-of-fruitful-harvest/

Donna Boyer | Dreamview Cabin

 

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