Over 75 years of family agriculture
Log Cabin Farm, Vineyard & Winery
We are pet and family friendly in wine country! All pets must be on a leash at all times. Only certified service K-9s allowed in our country store due to health regulations. K-9's not allowed into our vineyard. Out of respect for other guests, please pick up after your furry friend. Children must be monitored by an adult at all times.
Closed most major holidays-check with us in advance.
Log Cabin WInery offers wine samples for $1/sample.
At this time we are not offering open consumption due to pandemic concerns.
Welcome to the historic Log Cabin Farm, Vineyard and Winery. Although our family agricultural history spans over seventy-five years, the land upon which we sit was always agricultural dating back for centuries.
Orange groves, tung oil farms and grain once grew here when this area was a bustling community in the 1870's, named Nashua. Northern settlers relocated to this area of Florida after the War Between the States. The biggest draw was the warm, tropical climate. Living close to the St Johns River was (and still is) a bonus, as fishing was abundant and the St Johns provided a gateway to other communities nestled along the river.
Today, our ten acres of commercial Muscadine grapes occupy our fertile farmland. Since we are proudly family owned and operated, our vineyard production is a great commodity for the production of quality wines within the State of Florida. Our family philosophy is without quality fruit, a quality wine cannot be produced.
Samples of our wines are available for only $1per sample. Taste as many as you like!
Emma Moody, a prominent member of the Nashua village in the 19th Century, will proudly make an appearance for guided tours to her tabby foundation-her former homestead. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance. Cost per person is $10/adult, $5/child-children under 5 yrs of age no charge. Emma Moody will take you on a primitive walking tour through the deep woods full of wild muscadines and native, extinct plants. The length of the walking tour is less than 3/10 of a mile.***Emma's trail is currently closed due to storm damage***