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Virginia is for Wine Lovers
With more than 250 wineries dotting a landscape that ranges from mountains to seashore, small towns to upscale resorts, Virginia offers a wine experience that’s endlessly satisfying and accessible. Enjoy award-winning wines in settings that will win your heart on a Virginia wine journey.
As the refined lifestyle of the colony’s early governors suggests, sophisticated palates have called Virginia home for centuries. Located within minutes of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia’s largest winery is open daily for tours, tastings and lunch.
At 1,700 feet, the air is as crisp as your first taste. Stone Mountain Vineyards is one of Virginia’s highest, sitting atop the Blue Ridge Mountains of Greene County, producing award-winning wines and spectacular moments.
Tranquil mountains and stunning views make Chester Gap Cellars near Front Royal an inviting place to put your feet up and take a deep breath. Estate-grown Viognier, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and innovative blends make the open-air tasting patio irresistible.
They’re turning sunshine into wine – Chardonnay, Viognier, Merlot and Cabernet Franc to be specific – at this historic farm in Loudoun County. Mountain views, a restored Amish barn and live music events set the stage for happy times.
Sampling a vintage favorite close to its source doesn’t get any better than this. Ten breathtaking acres surround a beautifully restored hundred-year-old stone and wood dairy barn, which has been transformed in to a unique tasting room.
Held each year in early summer at the historic home of Thomas Jefferson near Charlottesville, the Monticello Wine Festival draws some of the best winemakers in the region. Sample your favorites at one of the many tasting events that celebrate Virginia wine throughout the year, including Virginia Wine Month in October.
Experience fine Virginia wines in a distinctively beautiful setting. Constructed from reclaimed and recycled historic building materials, including century-old heart pine railroad trusses and pre-Civil War bricks, New Kent Winery’s tasting room has timeless appeal.
Fine wine rises to an elevated, rolling plateau in the foothills of the Blue Ridge near Charlottesville at Barboursville Vineyards. Italian traditions of excellence and winemaker Luca Paschina ensure quality, while a spectacular setting on the grounds of an 18th century estate make your visit a beautiful experience.
Small batches and specialty blends add a unique twist to your wine tasting experience at this family owned and operated boutique winery in Crozet. Just fifteen minutes from Charlottesville in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the vibe is personal and welcoming.
Green operations make for beautiful wines at this boutique winery and vineyard in Charlottesville. A sustainable viticulture program, purpose-designed event venues, landscaped gardens and courtyards overlooking a pristine valley add to Pippin Hill Farm’s natural appeal.