Tag Archives: James Concannon

Founder’s Day Celebration: March 16-17

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This weekend is our annual Founder’s Day celebration, and keeping with tradition, we invite you to join us for the festivities! We will be serving special flights and food pairings, offering discounts on cases of wine, and toasting to our … Continue reading

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Concannon History: How We Survived the Prohibition

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Adapted from Concannon, The First 125 Years by Jim Concannon with Tim Patterson When Prohibition hit in 1920, our family winery had been up and running for decades. Many wine businesses didn’t make it through the tough times, but a … Continue reading

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There’s no doubt Petite Sirah holds a special place in the heart of Concannon’s wine-making history. Known as the “little grape that could,” Petite Sirah is known for its small berries and bold, concentrated flavor. Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to My Great-Grandfather, James Concannon !!!

What an incredible experience it has been launching Concannon Irish Whiskey, and how I wish my Great-Grandfather were here now so I could personally give him this Special Tribute on his Birthday… which, as luck would have it, is also on St. Patrick’s Day!! Continue reading

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Inspired By the Future, Rooted In Tradition

Here at Concannon Vineyard, we’re always looking to the future by blending innovation with our rich family tradition. Our family legacy began in 1865 when my great-grandfather, James Concannon, sailed to America from the rocky coast of Ireland, becoming the first Irish immigrant to establish a successful winery in America. Continue reading

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