About

Learn more about Milton,
Georgia’s Founding Winery

A Family Farm

Beginning in 1991 and over the next 30 years, owner Pamela Jackson transformed what began as asmall
farm in to thriving working estate where entertaining family and friends, educating community and
celebrating life is at the core of the mission.

Pamelot is a
Magical Place
of Love and Family.

Through the early 1990’s it was a family home to Pamela
and her children. Having spent much of her childhood on
her grandparents’ small farm, just down the street from Pamelot, now owned by her eldest daughter and son-in-law,
Pamela learned to tend the soil and nurture things to grow.
And, like many young girls, she had a passion for horses.
In 1994 the first horses that would come to Pamelot were
purchased and by 1997 Pamelot  Farm was an established
working horse farm. Since then, under Pamela’s leadership,
Pamelot Farm has offered riding lessons, training,
breeding, boarding, and summer camp for children while at
the same time opening the beautiful grounds at Pamelot
as special events and wedding venue.

A Family Farm

Beginning in 1991 and over the next 30 years, owner Pamela Jackson transformed what began as asmall
farm in to thriving working estate where entertaining family and friends, educating community and
celebrating life is at the core of the mission.

Pamelot is a
Magical Place
of Love and Family.

Through the early 1990’s it was a family home to Pamela
and her children. Having spent much of her childhood on
her grandparents’ small farm, just down the street from Pamelot, now owned by her eldest daughter and son-in-law,
Pamela learned to tend the soil and nurture things to grow.
And, like many young girls, she had a passion for horses.
In 1994 the first horses that would come to Pamelot were
purchased and by 1997 Pamelot  Farm was an established
working horse farm. Since then, under Pamela’s leadership,
Pamelot Farm has offered riding lessons, training,
breeding, boarding, and summer camp for children while at
the same time opening the beautiful grounds at Pamelot
as special events and wedding venue.

By 1997 Pamelot was an Established Working Horse Farm

In 2017 Pamela had the idea and opportunity to add something new to the farm. Something that did not yet exist in the area, a winery and vineyard. Pamela owns and still uses her grandfather’s 1950 Ford 8N tractor. She hooked up her plow and began to prepare the field for what would be the first of two vineyards on the farm. In 2021 due to the success of the winery and vineyards, and a second field was planted.

Painted Horse Winery and Vineyards is Milton, Georgia’s  founding winery, and is currently the only farm winery in Fulton County.  Pamela’s dream, IS a reality.

Pamelot is a
Magical Place
of Love and Family.

Through the early 1990’s it was a family home to Pamela
and her children. Having spent much of her childhood on
her grandparents’ small farm, just down the street from Pamelot, now owned by her eldest daughter and son-in-law,
Pamela learned to tend the soil and nurture things to grow.
And, like many young girls, she had a passion for horses.
In 1994 the first horses that would come to Pamelot were
purchased and by 1997 Pamelot  Farm was an established
working horse farm. Since then, under Pamela’s leadership,
Pamelot Farm has offered riding lessons, training,
breeding, boarding, and summer camp for children while at
the same time opening the beautiful grounds at Pamelot
as special events and wedding venue.

2019 Milton, Georgia’s founding winery opened. It is the only one in the state started by a woman, and the only farm winery in Fulton County.

Painted Horse
Winery and Vineyards

In its early formation it was simply known as the winery and vineyards at Pamelot, but it needed a distinction of its own. Pamela’s best friend of 30 years suggested the name Painted Horse. It is well known that a hallmark of Pamelot Farm is painting horses, so it fit perfectly. What is not well known is that is not how the name came to be. The American Indians painted their war horses to show victory. With the creation of the vineyards and winery Pamelot made her victory cry! But moving forward, the dream could not be carried out alone.

In 2019 Pamela met winemaker John Bowen who had been making wine for years winning up to 12 awards. Recognizing that they both had a passion for fine wine and a goal of building a unique winery experience in their hometown of Milton, Georgia, John became the founding winemaker.

The First Farm Winery in The History of Fulton County, Georgia

Painted Horse Winery and Vineyards is Milton’s founding farm winery as well as being the first farm winery in the history of Fulton County, Georgia. In the first year of operation they bottled over 9000 bottles of wine that were totally handcrafted in their artisanal boutique winery on the grounds of Pamelot.

Painted Horse Winery’s mission is to provide the community with not only fine wines but also a winery experience that expresses the joy of Estate living. The Estate continues to grow proving working farms can still exist and thrive.

The First Farm Winery in The History of Fulton County, Georgia

Painted Horse Winery and Vineyards is Milton’s founding
farm winery as well as being the first farm winery in the
history of Fulton County, Georgia. In the first year of
the operation they bottled over 9000 bottles of wine that were
totally handcrafted in the artisanal boutique winery on the
grounds of Pamelot.
Both wanted to gift their friends and neighbors withnot
only fine wines but also a winery experience that
expresses the joys of living in their home town of Milton,
Georgia. Their collaboration has evolved and those friends
and neighbors are now able to enjoy a unique winery
experience and the equestrian estate surrounding the
Painted Horse Winery & Vineyards.