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Wine and History

Spring Run Vineyard


Wine TastingJoin The Chesterfield Historical Society on a fun filled day with History & Wine. Start with a tour of Magnolia Grange, a beautiful Federal style home built in 1822 by William Winfree. Once your tour of the home is complete you will be transported by limo to Spring Run Vineyards where you will enjoy three complementary tastings and receive your own souvenir Spring Run Vineyards wineglass. The limo will then transport you back to Magnolia Grange where you will have the opportunity to browse our gift shop.  SATURDAY April 8th, 2017, 12PM- 3PM

Tours will begin at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm & 3pm. Tickets are $55 per person or $100 for two.   Space is limited therefore reservations are required. You must be 21 years or older to attend this event. Tickets can be purchased at www.chesterfieldhistory.com or in person at 10100 Iron Bridge RD. Chesterfield, VA 238832 

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Wine & History Event - Magnolia Grange,April 8, 12noon-3pm,
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  First English Settlement in Chesterfield


 1611 -- Citie of Henricus was established as the second permanent English settlement in the new world.  In May 1611, Sir Thomas Dale arrived in Virginia with instructions from the London Company to find a secure and healthy area to establish a new town and principal seat for the colony. BySeptember 1611, Sir Thomas Dale had moved up the James River to establish Henricus, the colony�s second settlement.  He was an experienced officer, having served as a captain in the Netherlands and had been knighted at Richmond (England) on June 19, 1606, as Sir Thomas Dale of Surrey.  With the help of friends, Dale was appointed High Marshall of the new colony.  Today, Henricus Park is a major attraction in Chesterfield County,
VA.



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