This remarkably intact farmstead was listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places in 2005 as a representative illustration of the rural region’s architecture and agricultural practices during the 18th and 19th centuries. In 2013, it won a New Jersey State Historic Preservation Award.The farmstead exemplifies the region’s largest farmsteads, properties that clearly express the success of their owners.
Two Open House Events: spring and fall. Father Christmas at the Farmstead: early December.
Villa Milagro Vineyards proprietors Steve and Audrey Gambino say: “Villa Milagro Vineyards uses sustainable practices and minimal inputs to provide a protective habitat for native species of birds, plants and wildlife, as well as to grow grapes using pesticides and herbicides that are approved for organic use. Located along the Delaware River, in the Warren Hills Appellation, its breathtaking views earn its name ‘House of Miracles.’ Our ten varieties of grapes are blended to express the best of each variety, creating complex and interesting wines. Come visit and experience the miracle of our hacienda – Villa Milagro.”