Every story has a beginning and we are very excited that Reverend McClain established this 100+ acre farm at this exact location in 1802. Established as a Mission outpost over 200 years ago, we are still nestled in the rolling hills of Crawford county.
Our property has exchanged families over the years. Under the Jameson family, the original barn was lost to a fire. On the search for a new barn, a deal was struck to purchase this barn from a local lot that overlooked the lake. In 1920 the barn moved to its current location.
When you walk into our winery, you get to experience the exact feeling as someone walking into the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis. The original design of the barn is non-characteristic of Northern United States barns. As the center is an open truss design, all the load is carried on the outside walls. After the World's Fair came to an end our barn was disassembled and moved from St.Louis, MO to Jamestown, PA.
We want to welcome you to our amazing location today for an experience to remember.
4218 East Lake Road, Jamestown, Pennsylvania 16134, United States