Rosewell Day

On March 19th, we celebrate the 296th anniversary of Rosewell.  Located in Gloucester County, Virginia, Rosewell estate was built in 1725 by Charles Mann Page and Judith Carter Page, sister of Charles and Landon Carter.  At 12,000 sq feet, Rosewell stood as the largest and costliest mansion in the colony.  Thomas Jefferson was a frequent and welcome visitor at Rosewell, and it is said that Jefferson wrote a draft of the Declaration of Independence in what is now known as the “Blue Room,” a room situated on the northwest corner of the second floor.  In 1916, Rosewell was destroyed by fire, although it remains as beautiful historic ruins today that are open to the visiting public.


In celebration of this important day in American wine culture, we doing a pre-release of our 2020 Rosewell Rose and we are offering our customers a 30% bottle discount on all bottles of our Rosewell Rose! Maximum two case per person.


WINE CLUB MEMBERS: receive a discount at 40% off.

AMBASSADOR CLUB: purchase a case and get 50% off! Today and every day!

Be with the One You Love at Philip Carter.

All weekend long, lose yourself with your loved one up in Philip Carter wine country; enjoy live music (sat. & sun.), and indulge in our Valentine’s Chocolate Special: Get a Long Stem Rose, 2 decadent wine filled chocolates, 2 souvenir glasses, and either 2 tasting flights or glasses of wine for only $30! No reservation required.