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720px Wide x 640px Height – “It’s important to approach a role like this with humility,” adds Renée, “and with the knowledge that I am a part of an ongoing story-that I am contributing to the legacy of a great winery.”

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1550 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

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Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1600 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1600

Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1622 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1622

Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1721 - Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

1721

Convinced by Benjamin Franklin and under the sponsorship of Thomas Jefferson’s merchant friend John Adams, on September 2nd, 1773 an Italian viticulturist from Tuscany named Filippo Mazzei (or Philip Mazzei) set off to Virginia with European vines. Mazzei was headed to Augusta County, where the Virginia Legislature had promised him land. En route, Mazzei and Adams s

Curtis Blodgett+

Curtis Blodgett, Co-founder and Lead Cider and Mead Maker

Madeleine Blodgett+

Madeleine Blodgett, Co-owner

Jackson Blodgett+

Jackson Blodgett, Co-founder & CMO

Curtis Blodgett

Curtis Blodgett, Co-founder and Lead Cider and Mead Maker

Curtis is a co-founder and lead cider and mead maker. He first started homebrewing beer in the 1980s, but it eventually had to take a backseat to his career and family. and picked up winemaking In the new millennium, he picked up winemaking with friends, which became a family endeavor. While checking out some local distilleries, he happened upon a meadery in 2015. He found his new passion which soon turned into more than a hobby. After over 100 homebrew batches, he decided to turn pro.

Curtis Blodgett can be contacted at beachbeemeadery@gmail.com.

 

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Madeleine Blodgett

Madeleine Blodgett, Co-owner

As co-owner, Madeleine has been involved from the beginning contributing to ingredient ideas and getting involved in various aspects of the business. To her, it all seemed natural as she has always been intrigued by combining different flavors and began experimenting in the kitchen at a young age.

Madeleine Blodgett can be contacted at beachbeemeadery@gmail.com.

 

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Jackson Blodgett

Jackson Blodgett, Co-founder & CMO

Co-founder and CMO of Beach Bee Meadery

Jackson Blodgett can be contacted at beachbeemeadery@gmail.com.

 

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