Switch up your fall wine of choice by trying wine’s much older sibling, mead, with Etowah Meadery’s Southern Luau. Known as the ‘Drink of Gods,’ or the oldest alcohol libation, mead is commonly linked to be a drink of choice from eras past. Mead or honey wine, unlike fruit wine, is fermented honey with water whereas wine is fermented with fruits.
Southern Luau is semi sweet, sparkling mead that has been flavored with caramelized pineapples, bananas, Hawaiian vanilla and with the finest local Georgia Honey. Coming in at 6.5 percent ALC by VOL, you may just find a new favorite.
About Etowah Meadery
Award winning Etowah Meadery was founded by Blair Boyd Housley in 2016 and is located in Georgia’s own wine country of Dahlonega, GA. After much research and advisory from his wife, Sharon, Blair named the meadery after the Etowah River that was able to abundantly provide for Sharon’s Cherokee ancestors and to later settlers. Etowah Meadery uses only the finest fruits, spices and honey from local honey bee partners. It is a veteran owned company geared to giving back to the Dahlonega community while supporting Veteran organizations.