Vint Hill Winery is a commercial winery with a custom crush facility. If you have dreamed of of being a winemaker, we can help you! With as much or as little input as you like, our skilled team is committed to giving you the premium wine making experience.
In 1860 an Englishman named Albert Low constructed his new family home, now the Inn at Vint Hill. Next year, the Civil War erupted at nearby Bull Run. Fearing his new home might be destroyed in the fighting, Mr. Low raised his Union Jack flag over the farm, declaring that Vint Hill was the sovereign property of Great Britain! Battles raged on all sides Vint Hill, but neither army fired a shot on the farm's 800 acres.
In 1940, the farmer (and Ham Radio hobbyist), who lived at Vint Hill farm, stretched a wire to the top of the barn silo seeking better radio reception. He told his army friend that he could listen to broadcasts from as far away as Berlin. Two weeks later, the government bought the farm and for the next 55 years Vint Hill farm served as a secret spying base for the U.S. Army.