Monthly Archives: December 2014

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Conservation by the Glass: The Toast of Brigadoon

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When the ripples of the sun’s light are tearing through the waning night, Rebekah Stewart finds herself swathed in nubby wool to fight off that North Georgia chill. Breathing in potent sips of fresh coffee, she looks around, with perfect clarity, over the Soque River near Clarkesville. Reeling in the unearthly beauty season to season, she understands that she is propri- etress of a little piece of heaven on earth, never growing tired of this 25-year-long love affair or the grandeur of her work.

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A legendary Lodge

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I zipped my jacket against the breeze coming off the water and snagged a seat by the fire pit on the patio of Brigadoon Lodge. From here I had a prime view of the fishermen in the Soque River, my husband included. Within minutes, he hooked a trout in the cool, clear water, and was wrestling to keep it on the line…

Catch this one on the fly

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This new wine is flying off the shelves. It should be. After all it is called Flyline Wine.
Rebekah Stewart and Dorothy Willoughby grew up together in Atlanta and laugh today, that they use to sell lemonade 40 years ago together. Now they are selling wine (grown-up lemonade).

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Wine Under the Oaks at Boone Hall

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When the ripples of the sun’s light are tearing through the waning night, Rebekah Stewart finds herself swathed in nubby wool to fight off that North Georgia chill. Breathing in potent sips of fresh coffee, she looks around, with perfect clarity, over the Soque River near Clarkesville. Reeling in the unearthly beauty season to season, she understands that she is propri- etress of a little piece of heaven on earth, never growing tired of this 25-year-long love affair or the grandeur of her work.