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Feb 8, 2023

[Answer] Where was the first commercial winery in the U.S.?

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Kentucky - When you think of vineyards, Kentucky may not be the first place to come to mind. However, it was here where the first commercial winery in the United States opened in 1799, along the Kentucky River south of Lexington. A Swiss vintner named John James Dufour emigrated to North America in 1796, seeing an opportunity to establish a winemaking industry that had yet to exist there. Overlooking the Kentucky River, the spot Dufour chose for his “First Vineyard” was strategically located near the shipping port in Quantico. Not only was it Kentucky’s first commercial winery, but it was the first incorporated business in the state. In May 2016, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places, and First Vineyard still welcomes wine tasters to this day.:

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