Enjoy specials for National Wine Day.
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National Wine Day 2019: Metro Atlanta deals and specials

Looking forward to the long holiday weekend? Really lean into it with a glass of vino in your hand on National Wine Day, Saturday, May 25, at these metro Atlanta spots. 

Barcelona Wine Bar. Through May 26, the restaurant will offer a limited edition wine flight, a wine-paired chef’s box of Biodynamic Wine Pairings, which varies by location, and a special curated bottle list of over 85 biodynamic wines. 

240 North Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta, 404-589-1010 and 1085 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, 404-872-8000. barcelonawinebar.com

City Winery. Celebrate National Wine Day with free tours of City Winery’s winery, including a complimentary taste from its tanks. Visit with winemakers, taste upcoming wines and learn about how City Winery makes its wines. Tours will end in the Tasting Room. Tours are first come, first serve, every hour on the hour with a 20-person limit.  650 North Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-946-3791, citywinery.com/atlanta/

Colletta. The restaurant is offering  $25 wine flights, featuring a white, rose, red and dessert wine. A by-the-glass list of special reserve wines will also be available for the night.

900 3rd St., Alpharetta. 678-722-8335, collettarestaurant.com/

Donetto. Get a $20 two-course wine pairing with family style meals.

976 Brady Ave. NW, Atlanta. 404-445-6867, donettoatlanta.com/

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. Through the end of summer, customers can order a glass of Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon or Mer Soleil Reserve Pinot Noir with choice of Fleming’s Prime, California or Mushroom Farro Burger for $30. Available in the bar area only. 

4501 Olde Perimeter Way, Atlanta. 770-698-8112, flemingssteakhouse.com/

Ray’s Restaurants. Through June, Ray’s on the River, Ray’s in the City and Ray’s at Killer Creek are offering Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars KARIA chardonnay, AVETA sauvignon blanc and ARTEMIS cabernet sauvignon by the glass, in nine-ounce pours. By-the-glass prices start at $14.

Locations in Atlanta, Sandy Springs and Alpharetta. raysrestaurants.com/

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