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About the winery

The estate of wine which Thomas Jefferson foresaw taking root in his own ground at Monticello would far from disappoint him to discover here at his friend’s plantation, for whom he designed the historic landmark mansion. That construction commenced in 1814, while James Barbour held office as Virginia’s Governor, and was completed in 1821, as Casa Vinicola Zonin was being founded in Palladio’s home province, the Veneto. The assimilation of this plantation within the viticultural traditions of the Zonin family has conferred upon our work a heritage of agricultural passion and purpose through 8 generations.

Wine styles produced:
Still
Varieties produced:
Cabernet Franc
Petit Verdot

Wine Production Statistics


1 Wines
1 Vintages
2 Varieties

Wines from Barboursville Vineyards