From the moment we were given the keys to the York Mountain property in 2010, our visions and inspirations started to come to life for this land whose wine adventure began over 130 years ago.
Over the past four years, we have remodeled a charming 1898 farmhouse, built a horse barn that rivals the best in Texas (proudly sporting a “Big Ass Fan” no less), updated a quaint cottage, and integrated a beautiful modular building to serve as our temporary Tasting Room (we think you’ll agree that this is the swankiest single-wide in town). In the summer of 2013, we broke ground on our new winery where harvest is currently underway, and this summer we will begin the dynamic process of transforming the original York Mountain Winery, built in 1882, into our permanent Tasting Room.
With each project, our intention is to reuse materials when we are able, while simultaneously creating beautiful, functional structures that slip seamlessly into the surrounding landscape. We are proud to be stewards of this land and legacy, and we are excited about preserving the past, while building our own epoch and legacy for generations to come.