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Where can you find four of Virginia’s finest wineries… in New Kent County.

New Kent Winery

The 17,000 square-foot New Kent Winery is the centerpiece of the New Kent Vineyards development.

It is constructed using materials reclaimed from buildings that are over a century old. Beautiful old heart-pine trusses are from a 1901 Southern Railroad Depot in Richmond. The Heart Pine timbers and floors came from an 1852 Connecticut warehouse.

The exterior appearance was achieved using handmade, pre-Civil War bricks and siding and roof shingles milled from Cypress logs salvaged from North Florida Rivers. The porch roofs are reprocessed copper. The result is an inviting and warm structure that reflects the quality of its wines.

Saudé Creek Vineyards

Saudé Creek Vineyards with its natural amphitheater is located on a knoll overlooking the beautiful and historic Pamunkey River. The mild climate and mineral-rich clay soils of Virginia’s Tidewater region contribute to the complex and food-friendly wines.

Saudé Creek is near Northern Neck Virginia. The 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. George Washington and the French General Rochambeau, among other patriots and notables of the time, reputedly slaked their thirst here.

Jolene Family Winery

Jolene Family Winery is the newest of the vineyards in New Kent County. With land gifted from their parents, three siblings have beautifully presented a wine tasting and event hosting haven near a serene lake. Their wines are award winning and sophisticated while maintaining a certain cozy, familial warmth that is treasured by wine enthusiasts as well as everyday customers. Jolene Family Winery is right off of the Pocahontas Trail, very near to Interstate 64 East. Drivers headed out on vacation can pop in and purchase their wines on the way to the shore. 

Gauthier Vineyard

Gauthier Vineyard, LLC, is a family-owned working farm, equestrian center, vineyard and winery located in scenic New Kent County near the intersection of the LaFayette and Washington-Rochambeau trails to Yorktown.

Like most ground in the county, the farm is rich in history. Local relic hunters have validated its service as a Civil War encampment for both Union and Confederate forces during the lengthy Peninsula Campaign.