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Monticello Vineyards & Winery

Monticello Vineyards & Winery Monticello Vineyards & Winery is a unique Florida farm winery. Located in the Red Hills bioregion of north central Florida, the winery is housed at Ladybird Organics and is owner operated. The farm and vineyards are certified organic by Quality Certification Services under USDA’s National Organic Program. More than thirteen different varieties of muscadine grapes are cultivated. The grapes are all organically grown in our own vineyards, handpicked, and processed on-site at the farm winery. The wines are semi-sweet to dry and have a distinct muscadine bouquet. They are light and fruity and can be enjoyed by themselves or as a pleasurable accompaniment to meals. Our wines are unique and production is limited to our supply of certified organic grapes. Both red and white wines are produced each year using one or more of the select varieties. Monticello Vineyards & Winery welcomes inquiries for tastings and sales. During August and September visitors can pick fresh grapes. Regular hours are 8 to 6 Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, and appointments outside of regular hours are welcome. Visitors are encouraged to call for an appointment.

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1211 Waukeenah Highway, Monticello, FL, US, 32344 Email: info@monticellowinery.com
Phone: 850-294-9463 Web: www.monticellowinery.com
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  Muscadine Red Wine
Monticello Vineyards & Winery Premium Florida Wine from muscadine grapes. Our red wine is dry to semi-sweet. The fruity muscadine grapes give our red wine a nice nose and distinct flavor. Our 2005 vintage, not yet released, includes a new varietal made with Ison grapes.
  Muscadine White Wine
Monticello Vineyards & Winery Premium Florida Wine from muscadine grapes. The white wines are delicate, fruity, and dry. We blend several varieties of white muscadine grapes to make this unique wine. In 2004 and 2005, varietals were made with Magnolia and Carlos grapes and will soon be released.

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