Montpelier is the lifelong home of James Madison, fourth President of the United States and "Father of the Constitution." An estate of 2,700 acres of rolling pastures, formal gardens, an old-growth forest, and breath-taking vistas, Montpelier was described by Madison as just "a squirrel's jump from Heaven." The Montpelier Wine Festival celebrates the agricultural heritage of James Madison - called "the best farmer in America" by Thomas Jefferson - and the legendary hospitality of his wife, Dolley.

Montpelier will be open for tours during the Festival, and attendees will receive a special discount.

Montpelier Website

The Montpelier Wine Festival is organized by the Orange County Chamber of Commerce and James Madison's Montpelier - the historic home of James Madison.
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