Sat. Aug. 22
Back by popular demand, SPARECHANGEMILLIONAIRES! 7:00 - 11:00PM on the pavilion. $5 cover. Check events for more information.
$3.00 Mimosa Sundays. Choose any white wine to create your mimosa!
Monday - Thursday Noon - 6:00 PM
Friday & Saturday - Noon - 8:00 PM
Sunday 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Hours extended for special events
Proud to be part of Tourism in Bullitt County!
744 Gentry Lane
Mt. Washington, KY 40047
Tel. (502)664-8304 or (502)538-2450
For rentals, call Beth at (502) 509-7793 Wed-Sun
MillaNova Winery is located in Mt. Washington, KY just off Highway 44 at Bethel Church Rd. to Gentry Lane. We are 7 miles northeast of Shepherdsville, KY and roughly 28 miles southeast of Louisville, KY. Our winery is a child and pet friendly facility with a large tasting room, open daily for wine tastings. We sell wines by the glass, bottle, or case.
MillaNova Winery has a unique setting on 22 acres with a panoramic view from our 50' x 60' covered pavilion.
Thanks to the Bullitt Co. Judge Executive and 3 magistrates, small farm wineries in Bullitt County are now allowed to sell wine by the drink and beer on Sunday's. We can now host events on Sunday afternoons, where wine and beer can be served.
Our facility can also be rented for weddings, receptions, reunions, parties, meetings, or any other social event. Click here to find out more about renting the MillaNova Winery for your special occasion.
Millanova participated in the Indianapolis International Wine Competition. Our Cabernet Sauvignon and Mafia Merlot received double gold medals and our Petite Sirah Royale was awarded a silver medal.
Millanova Winery is becoming a very popular wedding venue location! Thank you to all of our beautiful wedding couples and those of the future!
MillaNova's wine is now being served at the Kentucky state parks that allow alcohol.
For a second year, MillaNova Winery has been voted the best winery in Bullitt County! We thank our loyal patrons for this honor!
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The Terranova family has been a part of the winemaking tradition since our grandfather came to the United States in the early 20th century. We have included a short story written by Frank Terranova recounting the memories of his father's winemaking activities. Enjoy the story of My Dad, the Winemaker.