Sustainable Agriculture
Intentional Wine

Artemisia is a small farm and micro-winery dedicated to preserving local foodways through sustainable agriculture and intentional winemaking. Our work centers on the ethos that cultivating connectivity through food is the first step in building resilient, compassionate communities.
Terroir: noun | ter·​roir | \ ter-ˈwär \
the combination of factors including soil, climate, and sunlight that gives wine grapes their distinctive character.
Available for delivery Nov 11-23

Celebrating the Harvest

Harvest is a time for slowing down and celebrating the hard work of the year.   Friends and family gather over food and drink, our differences set aside.  The turning of the year reminds us of what is most important: time spent in merriment and joy with those who mean the most to us.

We can think of no better way to toast the season than with the last gleanings of fall: squash and wine.
Farm to Table

Delivery CSA

Our home-delivery CSA model is a novel approach to supporting the local foodweb. We seamlessly integrate modern technology with access to a wide array of hyperlocal foods.

From fresh veggies to local meat, eggs, and wine, each box directly supports not just our farm, but a constellation of local small businesses.
The Artemisia Rundle™

The Bundle
we Run to you


Bundle your weekly CSA delivery of fresh local produce with a wine or cocktail subscription by signing up for an Artemisia Rundle™ membership and a get $10 credit every week to the online Marketplace.

Our greatest value option, Rundle members gain all the perks of a traditional CSA model, plus the bonuses that Artemisia has to offer.
Craft Intentional cocktails

Bitters

Using native botanicals, we capture the subtleties of our landscape, blending the medicinal and the artisanal into an embodied experience.  

Our bitters are about intention.  Using plants native to our region, we create a more sustainable cocktail narrative.
Sustainability in wine: Hybrids

Experimental Viticulture

Mid-Atlantic viticulture is a fraught practice.  Our disease pressures are high, requiring excessive chemical applications to ensure that vineyard balance is maintained.  Not only is this unnecessarily expensive, but it is also environmentally unsound.

Working with local grape breeder, Cliff Ambers, we are planting  hybrids never before seen in winemaking.  We’re also cultivating hybrids with demonstrable disease tolerance.  As we raise these vines for wine production, we will document their vigor against perceived fungal and bacterial threats, temperature extremes, and insect predation.
Expanding Mid-Atlantic winemaking

Botanical Wine

Amaro, vini amari, vermouth, quinquina: aromatized wine has many names and faces. In deciding how to define ours, we settled on “botanical wine”.  European genres speak to European traditions and stylistics.
We have neither.

We are American Mid-Atlantic.  Our wines are rooted in the plants that reflect this place. They needed a different name.  Botanical wine fits the bill.
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