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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

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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

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

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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

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

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Silouan Bradford

Silouan Bradford, Proprietor/Winemaker

Silouan Bradford is the proprietor and winemaker at Saint Tryphon & Vineyards.  His life in wine began with a visit to John Konsgaard of Konsgaard Wines in Napa in 1999.  Riveted by the hospitality of his family and the profoundness of his wines, Silouan became a student of the wine world.  Upon finishing his degree, Silouan pursued work in wine, first in retail and then later in wholesale, managing a portfolio of 10,000 wines for a large distributor.  His responsibilities were mainly fine wine and afforded him the opportunity to become deeply familiar with the great wines of the world and to travel across Europe and North America to meet some of the greatest producers.  The concept of Saint Tryphon began in 2011 when Silouan met the Texas natural winemaker Lewis Dickson whose approach to winemaking deeply interested and inspired him.  In 2013 Silouan purchased the property which became Saint Tryphon Farm & Vineyards and began the work of transforming the property into his dream.  In 2016 the estate vineyard was planted and the first wines of Tryphon were produced from fruit in the Texas High Plains and the Texas Hill Country.  Saint Tryphon opened to the public in February of 2018.  Silouan’s goal is to craft beautiful and elegant wines from grape varietals that have found a serendipitous home on Texas terroir and to do so with as minimal intervention in the cellar as possible.

 

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