Caesar Creek Vineyards is a family owned business located near New Jasper, OH on an operating 200+ acre farm. The Chairman of the enterprise is Jean Stuck-Monger and the General Manager is Walter J. Borda, who is her son in law. Caesar Creek flows through the property, and Caesar himself is believed to have lived on the property from time to time. The original building on the property is a stone and brick two-storey farm house built in the 1820’s. The original farm house is scheduled for significant historic reconstruction and preservation.
Most of the property at the farm is currently planted in corn and beans, but the best site for wine grapes was planted in the Spring of 2005 with 2.5 acres of new grape seedlings. The vineyard has been expanded each year since. There are presently 9 varieties growing on the site with nearly 4500 vines in the ground.
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962 Long Road
Xenia, OH 45385