Featured in Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “Working farm and winery creates community and education”

By Kathryn Kickliter, For the AJC

Q: My son attended a birthday party at Pamelot in Milton and had a wonderful time especially painting a horse. I’d like to know about the farm and the winery. Will you tell me about it?

A: The Farm at Pamelot began in 1994 with the purchase of horses. Three years later, owner and founder Pamela Jackson established it as a working farm, adding the winery and vineyards in 2017. Combined they cover 22 acres.

The farm winery was the first in Fulton County. “Pamela is the only female in the state of Georgia to found a vineyard and winery from the ground up,” said Director of Marketing Laura Jesseph.

“First and foremost, it’s a working farm. It’s absolutely the environment. We’ve got the farm animals, the equestrian side, the vineyard growing and tasting room,” she stated.

In order to maintain farm winery status, 40% of their produce needs to be Georgia grown, the marketing director added… read the full AJC article here.