1. Veramar Vineyard
The scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a blend of European and country elegance make Veramar Vineyard a great place to stop on your tour of The Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail.
2. Valerie Hill Vineyard & Winery
Preserving the rural beauty of the Commonwealth, this 18 acre farm is steeped in history. You’ll love the quaint beauty as well as the wine.
3. Wicked Oak Farms & Vineyard
Wicked Oak Farms & Vineyard is a working family farm, and your visit with there will be both refreshing and delightful.
4. Muse Vineyard
Located in Woodstock, Muse Vineyards sits on a land vibrant with history. Go see what makes this place such a beautiful, significant area.
5. Blue Ridge Vineyard
Combined with breath taking views, relaxed atmosphere, and friendly folks, Blue Ridge Vineyard offers a setting to not only enjoy fine wine, but the experience as well.
6. Rockbridge Vineyard
Stop by and enjoy a sampling of award winning wines in this casual and relaxing farm vineyard environment.
7. Ox-Eye Vineyards
Located in the Historic Wharf District of Downtown Staunton, Ox-Eye Vineyards is a great place to stop after seeing a play at Blackfriars or just to try the wine.
8. Lexington Valley Vineyard
Lexington Valley Vineyard is located on 67 rolling, scenic acres in the Shenandoah Valley. Be sure to stop in and try a bottle of Norton.
9. North Mountain Vineyard & Winery
There’s plenty to enjoy at North Mountain Vineyard & Winery. The wine and live music in particular, not to mention the hot air ballooning!
10. Cedar Creek Winery
7384 Zepp Road, Star Tannery, VA 22654
Website | Photo: Cedar Creek Winery
This boutique farm winery and vineyard is located in the mountains of Northwestern Shenandoah Valley. Don’t miss out on their personal educational tour of the vineyard and winery.
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