1. Bluemont Vineyard
Discover a broad spectrum of wines with an emphasis on quality of product as well as skill, enthusiasm and artistry of the team of people creating each unique vintage.
2. Cave Ridge Vineyard and Winery
Cave Ridge Vineyard is a family-owned, estate-grown vineyard and winery located in the foothills overlooking the Shenandoah Valley. The tasting room was opened by owners Randy and Karen Phillips in 2005 and their estate-grown Virginia wines soon had a loyal following.
3. Shenandoah Vineyards
Shenandoah Vineyards is the third oldest winery in Virginia and the first established in Shenandoah Valley. A variety of vinifera and French-American hybrids are produced within the historic, red barn with sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
4. Glen Manor Vineyards
Glen Manor Vineyards is located in Virginia approximately 70 miles west of Washington D.C., situated on a western flank of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The surrounding mountains, ranging between 1400 and 3400 feet in elevation, form a “Glen” which gives the vineyards a unique environment: A world of its own. The vines grow high on very steep mountain slopes characterized by deep, well-draining, and rocky soils.
5. Bluestone Vineyard
Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley between mountains and farmland, Bluestone Vineyard offers locally produced wine from some of the best grapes Virginia has to offer. Enjoy a glass near home while truly getting away from it all.
6. The Winery at Kindred Pointe
The Winery at Kindred Pointe offers many locations for you to take a bottle of wine and picnic to watch one of their beautiful sunsets.
7. Blue Ridge Vineyard
Through the years Blue Ridge Vineyard has expanded and their vines have continued to mature, creating a unique and distinctive variety of Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir, Traminette, and Cabernet Franc grapes.
8. Lexington Valley Vineyard
A family owned and operated Virginia Farm Winery producing handcrafted wines from French-American hybrid varietals.
9. North Mountain Vineyard & Winery
The flavors and character of North Mountain wines are truly created in the vineyard, and peak as the winegrapes reach the Fall season. They pick their grapes in October, just as the leaves are beginning to turn to the beautiful colors of another Shenandoah Valley harvest.
10. Fincastle Vineyard & Winery
Fincastle Vineyard & Winery can be seen from the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 100. A simple desire to “do something with the land” has blossomed into a thriving vineyard where once there were only cows and hay.
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