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Our History and the Grounds

Verona Vineyards in Verona, Kentucky, is located on a beautiful, historic, working farm and is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.  Whether you enjoy our wine in the cozy barn turned tasting room or on the patio watching the sunset over the vines, we know you will be able to relax, unwind, and forget the stresses of the day .   The peaceful backdrop of the vineyard also makes a great location for special events such as weddings, corporate retreats, birthday celebrations and anniversary parties.   We also host live music, private wine tasting and wine education classes in our tasting room.  In addition to the winery the farm is home to the George-Vest house which was built in 1842 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 


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Verona Vineyards

Our vineyard was laid out in the fall of 2004 with the first vines being planted in the spring of 2005. The family came out and helped plant over 2,000 vines primarily of Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc grapes. Since then, we've planted Dornfelder vines as an additional red wine grape and are thrilled with its complexity. This past year we added Riesling and Petite Verdot to the vineyard with plans to continue to expand the vineyard and our wine production each year.

Tasting Room

Our first harvest in 2008 yielded enough grapes to make about 400 bottles of wine. We now have wines from our 2010 - 2014 harvests available and are excited to release more of our 2015 and 2016 vintages this fall.  In 2017 we plan on bottling 14,500 bottles of wine including many of our estate wines along with a variety of wines produced in cooperation with other local grape growers.  Our wine tasting room is an inviting, relaxed setting, and we look forward to seeing you enjoying a glass of our estate wine in good company.

George-Vest House

In addition to the vineyard and winery, the property is also home to the George-Vest house. The George-Vest house was built in 1842 and has all of the original floors and woodwork. We are in the process of restoring it and will commemorate the 175th anniversary of its construction in 2017. We intend to have all of the renovations completed by then to celebrate the rich history of the house.