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Early Mountain Vineyards

Promoting the best of Virginia

Located in Madison, Virginia at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Early Mountain Vineyards comprises more than 300 acres of the historic Monticello Wine Trail.

With its warm and inviting tasting room, picturesque outdoor spaces and breathtaking views, guests are welcomed to Early Mountain to enjoy the wines and linger for a palate-pleasing experience.

Owned by Jean and Steve Case, former America Online (AOL) executives, Early Mountain is committed to showcasing the "Best of Virginia" through our partnership with award-winning wineries throughout the state and our "eat local" offerings served each day in our market.

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  • Central Virginia Region
AVAMonticello AVA
Tasting Fee$12.00
Reserve Tasting Fee$0.00
Tour Fee$40.00
First Planted1/1/2005
Vineyard Acres1
WinemakerBen Jordan
Vineyard Manager Maya Hood White
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  • Monticello Wine Trail

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