An Inside Look at Piedmont Estate’s Historic Wine Cellar

by Janice


A couple weeks ago, I was invited to a luncheon at the Piedmont Estates. It was a beautiful event that featured the charming Aladdin Mason Entertaining Collection.

To see more of this elegant event and the beautiful designs by Party Bluprints click over to my post yesterday, a Southern Ladies Luncheon.

The Estate at Piedmont is incredible. I wish I could live there! It is stunning. The light is so gorgeous throughout the house – oh how I wish I had a photography studio with such light.

I asked the fabulous photographers that Nicole Feliciano from MomTrends brought in from NY to shoot the event to grab a photo of me.

photo provided by MomTrends photo provided by MomTrends


The Estate is an authentic antebellum mansion originally built in 1797 in Wilkes County, GA., and moved brick by brick and rebuilt on Piedmont road. The Estate was re-opened in mid-2012 by Tony Conway and his team at A Legendary Event.

While the upstairs of the house is drenched with light, the basement wine cellar at the Estate is a much darker affair. Originally the basement of the house served as a jail and the renovation stays loyal to its dark past.

It was such a beautiful and yet sad look back into the past, I had to show you some of the pictures I took.






Written by Janice Croze co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom

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Janice is co-founder of 5 Minutes For Mom. She's been working online since 2003 and is thankful her days are full of social media, writing and photography. You can see more of her photos at

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