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Vinifera grapes like Petit Verdot, Merlot and Albariño have really thrived here at Wessex Hundred along with some newcomers like Tannat and Muscat.
1619 Wine Pavilion
The two-level outdoor pavilion (not pictured here) that overlooks a pair of vineyards is perfect to enjoy a flight or glass of wine while sinking into one of the comfy cushioned chairs or inviting rockers. Upper deck reserved for guests 21 and older. Live music on seasonal nights. Named for The Acte of 1619 when the House of Burgesses required colonists to grow grapes and make wine (a concept we embrace!).
Gabriel Archer Tavern
You won’t be in a rush to leave our Gabriel Archer Tavern because it’s so pleasant to stay, whether you join us indoors or sit on the brick patio underneath a splendid wisteria canopy. Almost all of the greens come from our own garden or were grown by local farmers. We choose only the freshest seafood from the Chesapeake Bay. Lunch and dinner served daily along with brunch on Sundays.
Read more about the history of the winery and the first on-site crush.
Tours and Tastings
We offer a variety of wine enjoyment experiences from guided cellars tours to self-guided wine flight tasting experiences. Discover your new favorite wine here at Wessex Hundred.
Randy Campbell’s domain! This is where our wine is stored and shipped from.
From bottles of wine, to a curated selection of grab-and-go food items, to wine accessories and gifts, you’ll find just what you’re looking for, for the oenophile on your list…or for yourself!
Serves as an ideal location for your special event with nearly 4,800 square feet that can accommodate more than 300 guests for a standing reception or 180 seated guests. Located over a large cellar that contains over 600 wine barrels and the upper floor is the general office of the operation.
At 9,216 sq. ft., Westbury Hall overall is the largest and most recent addition to these hospitality facilities with a barrel cellar tasting room and dining room (30 seated), a large main floor special events room (60 seated, or 100 standing) with a sweeping staircase leading to an upstairs lounge.
Also known as “Wessex Lawn,” this gorgeous area of the farm overlooks the newly planted vineyards and the picturesque duck pond. The perfect venue for your special event or wedding.
Far from the madding crowd, Wedmore Place is a European-style country hotel featuring 28 uniquely designed rooms and suites. Each room is named and patterned after a different province of Europe and is decorated with antiques and paintings to reflect the culture and history of the region.
Entrance to Wedmore Place
Welcome to rest and relaxation. Revel in a slice of European hospitality in the heart of Williamsburg here at Wedmore Place.
Main entrance road
Feel the stresses of the everyday fade away as you enter the Wessex Hundred farm and journey down the scenic entrance road lined by beautiful Crepe Myrtles overlooking vineyards and stunning pastoral views.
Petit Verdot vineyard
The largest vineyard planting at Wessex Hundred is of Petit Verdot. We have 11.6 acres of this standout varietal planted in our historic soils. Petit Verdot is the cornerstone of many of our most acclaimed wines such as Adagio, Gabriel Archer Reserve, Petit Verdot Reserve and the Wessex Hundred Petit Verdot.
Woods around Duck Pond and Pic-Nic area
Picnic with a view. The picnic area is naturally shaded by tall trees and overlooks the duck pond. It’s not uncommon to find a few feathered friends or turtles hanging out while you enjoy your wine in this relaxed and casual setting.
A beautiful backdrop to Wessex Lawn, Wedmore Place and the Picnic Area, the Duck Pond is home to natural wildlife and offers beautiful views for pictures.
One of our newest plantings here at Wessex Hundred. The vineyard is planted adjacent to the Duck Pond and produces the sweet, floral juice that anchors our award-winning dessert wine, Petite Fleur.
The Black Forest
The forest of pines and oaks, expanded by 62,000 loblollies all planted by Duffeler from 1985-91, extends approximately 75 acres. He hand planted many of the trees by hand when they were just seedlings.