Saudé Creek Vineyards

/Saudé Creek Vineyards

Saude’ Creek is a privately owned and operated vineyard and winery located on the Pamunkey River in historic New Kent County, Virginia. The climate and mineral-rich clay soils of the Tidewater area contribute to our complex, food-friendly wines. Our site once boasted Frank’s Tavern, a Colonial inn and public house for wayfareres riding between points north or west and the Colonial Capital of Williamsburg. George Washington and the French General Rochambeau, among other patriots and notables of the time, reputedly slaked their thirst here.

The rolling landscape of the vineyard is accentuated by the grandeur of the tasting room. Frank’s Tavern, a colonial inn and publick house, was once located on our winery site. Frank’s was a favorite stop for wayfarers riding between points north or west and the Colonial capitol of Williamsburg. George Washington and the French General Rochambeau, among other patriots and notables of the time, reputedly slaked their thirst here. Boasting two decks, two patios, an event pavilion, and an outdoor stage, Saude Creek is a favorite for both locals and travelers alike with live music and fantastic food vendors each weekend. We at Saude Creek, invite you to sit back and relax with our beautiful views and award-winning wines.


WINERY INFO

Telephone: (804) 966-5896

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