Tiger is a town in Rabun County, in the northeast corner of Georgia. The town sits at the base of 2,856-foot Tiger Mountain, a prominent Blue Ridge Mountain peak. It was incorporated in 1904.
There are two popular legends as to how Tiger got its name. The first is that it was named after a Cherokee chief named Tiger Tail. The second (and more likely) story is that the name came from the cry of roaming panthers.
The most prominent attractions in Tiger include the Tiger Drive In, Tiger Mountain Vineyards and Stone Creek Vineyards.
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Stonewall Creek Vineyards - Rack Card
Located in a pastoral mountain valley in Northeast Georgia's Rabun County, Stonewall Creek Vineyards includes 5 acres of some 3,000 European vinifera vines (Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Tannat and Petit Manseng) planted in ancient mountain soil. Our grapes are hand-harve
Tiger Mountain Vineyards
Located on the fifth-generation-old Ezzard farm, this Northeast Georgia Winery is housed in an old creamery with stunning views of Tiger Mountain.
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