Notice: Grapes expected to be ripe in mid to late August


Meadowmere Farm was started in the 1970s by Felicity Trueblood. She's had a life-long association with vineyards and Meadowmere Farm became the first commercial vineyard in Putnam County. It is operated as a u-pick.

The grapes grown at Meadowmere Farm are several varieties of muscadines. Various varieties have been developed for different purposes - eating, jelly, and wine making.

Our varieties and recommended usage are:
           Eating: Albemarle, Cowart, Dixie, Fry, Jumbo, Magoon and Southland.
           Jellies: Chief and all other grapes
           Wine: Carlos, and Welder for white wine; Noble for red.

We offer jelly and wine making assistance also. Yes, we have a crusher and wine press for your use. You provide your own containers.

The vineyard is open from mid-August through mid-October. Hours are: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm or till dark. Come enjoy picking grapes in a chemical spray free vineyard.

How to find us: From the traffic light in Melrose (State Road 21 and Bellamy Avenue (SR 26) come south on SR 21 to 781 which is one-half mile south of the traffic light. Coming south, we're on the right side of the road. Watch for our signs.

If you're interested in grapes and related things, you're at the right place. We are here to help. You'll find a lot of intriguing things here.


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