Chuck Nunan began making wine in his basement in 1995 with rave reviews. In 2010, during a trip to Charleston, South Carolina for his son’s wedding, Chuck visited a winery there and was inspired to take his love of wine and winemaking and turn it into something bigger. He and his wife, Chris, had purchased land in 2005 for a family farm in Marydel, Delaware, which he decided to turn into Harvest Ridge Winery. The name “Harvest Ridge” was the original name of the farm and was retained for the winery. The first vines were planted in 2011 – Chardonnay, Viognier, Malbec, and Merlot. Harvest Ridge winery’s property spans the border of two states – Delaware and Maryland. It is on the historic Mason-Dixon Line. In fact, one of the most unique features of the property is the existence of one of the Mason-Dixon’s original witness stone and crown markers – number 47 – located on the property. For that reason, the number “47” has a prominent place in the Harvest Ridge logo. Harvest Ridge Winery has a 6000 square foot production facility and a 3500+ event and retail space on the grounds along with the vineyard – which allows the Nunans to have control over all aspects of the wine production from planting all the way to bottling and sale of the product. With the elegant event space on-site, the winery hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including private events like weddings and reunions.