Williamsburg Winery, Ltd.
Established in 1985 by the Duffeler family, the first wine produced, Governor’s White, was released in 1988 and won a Gold Medal within two weeks. Wines produced here are appealing to a broad range of wine lovers from the occasional wine drinker to the enthusiast. Most of the wines have historical references listed on the back of each bottle. Today, the Governor’s White is the most popular wine made at the winery. For more information, visit the Williamsburg Winery website.
New Kent Winery
Extraordinary, award-winning wines. A beautiful, unique winery steeped in the region’s history. Welcoming surroundings. Nearby homesite communities like Viniterra with amenities now and more on the way. This is New Kent Winery. As you enter our picturesque winery, you’ll immediately take note that this is a special, one-of-a-kind place like no other winery in Virginia. No wonder it’s in demand as a unique setting for special occasions and reserved events. For more information, visit the New Kent Winery website.
Saudé Creek Vineyards
Saudé Creek is a privately-owned and operated vineyard and winery located on the Pamunkey River in historic New Kent County, Virginia. The mild climate and mineral-rich clay soils of the Virginia Tidewater contribute to our complex and food-friendly wines. Our winery site once boasted Frank’s Tavern, a Colonial Inn and Publick House for wayfarers riding between points north or west and the Colonial capitol of Williamsburg. For more information, visit the Saudé Creek Vineyards website.