When choosing a name for our blueberry wine, it all came down to connections. Highway 32 connects our family farm and winery to the farm where the blueberries grow, and it connects us to our family and friends.
Look at a map of Georgia, and you’ll see that Highway 32 is the main state highway that leads family and friends out to Paulk Vineyards, our family farm and tasting room. This highway extends across south Georgia from Terrell County to Glynn County, and in the process, connects us here at the Irwin-Coffee County border to our friend’s blueberry farm in Pierce County.
While we don’t grow blueberries at Paulk Vineyards, we are proud to say that our Highway 32 Sweet Blueberry Wine is made from Georgia Grown blueberries. It’s aged with a bit of oak, giving it a bit of a drier finish, so it’s perfect for just sitting and sipping, but it also holds its own alongside a steak.