Who owns Bull Run winery?

Jon Hickox
Jon Hickox, owner of The Winery at Bull Run in Centreville, has applied with Fairfax County to launch a farm brewery on roughly 40 acres contiguous to the winery property.

Can I bring food to Bull Run winery?

Outside beverages, including water, are NOT permitted anywhere on the property. Outside food is NOT permitted in the tent, patio, or indoor seating areas.

When did bull run winery open?

June 2012
family owned business. When Jon and Kimberly Hickox saw the opportunity to purchase a 21-acre farm at the edge of Fairfax County, they took a leap of faith and after 4 years of hard work and determination, opened the winery in June 2012.

Which side won the battle of the bull run?

Confederate victory
The end result of the battle was a Confederate victory and Federal forces retreated to the defenses of Washington, DC. One week later, General George McClellan was appointed head of the Army of the Potomac. The three maps cited below all use the name “Bull Run” to identify the battle.

What county is the winery at Bull Run in?

Fairfax County
We are the largest operating farm in Fairfax County with 3 vineyards growing 9 varieties of grapes. The Norton Vineyard, located at the winery, grows the true American grape, born in Virginia, making these vines the perfect backdrop for the winery.

How long did Bull Run last?

90 days
Few has a sense of discipline and fewer had uniforms. This was the ragtag crew assigned to Irvin McDowell’s command in the summer of 1861. After the defeat at Bull Run, it became clear that serving 90 days of military service was completely unrealistic.

How many died at Manassas?

The nation had been shocked by the toll at the First Battle of Manassas, which saw more than 5,000 casualties, including nearly 900 dead — the bloodiest battle in American history, to that point. But as the Civil War stretched into its second year, the battles had become deadlier.