Located along the Georgia Wine Highway is Serenity Cellars. Not only do they produce great wine, but Eduardo will lead you through a wine tasting where you will learn so much about wine production, temperature to serve and food pairings. I tend to like my white wine served cool, even cold. He suggested the 20 minutes rule. Put red wine in the refrigerator for 20 minutes before serving and taking white out of the refrigerator 20 minutes before serving. As he led us through the tasting he would give food pairing suggestions. Serenity Cellars is a boutique style winery which means you can only find their wine at the winery. It is intimate and family owned, serving Tuscan style blends. My favorite is the Bianco Bello, a Pinot Grigio and Viognier blend that has a clean finish. Charles liked the Majestic, a Sharaz and Petit Verdot blend. The venue has beautiful patio seating but the day we went the temperature was in the upper 90s so we stayed inside. It is covered with a spot for live music. You feel like you are on an Italian patio with the stonework and architecture. Fridays during the summer they have music and pizza. Space is limited and restrictions on children attending. Check their website before you visit with children under the age of 16.