10 Wineries To Check Out In Northern Virginia


1. Little Washington Winery


72 Christmas Tree Ln, Washington, Virginia 22747
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Come for the incredible panoramic views of the Blue Ridge. Stay for the world’s most incredible artisan wines! Home of the Dirt Road Wine Club.

2. Notaviva Vineyards


13274 Sagle Rd, Purcellville, Virginia 20132
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Each of their wines is paired with a musical genre or lyrical inspiration. The goal in the founding of this vineyard was to capture the feelings that music can create and put it in the wines. Be it joy or sadness, they endeavor to create wines that will connect people with their occasions. To that end, we shall name our wines with appropriate musical terminology. From our Vincerò Viognier to our Cantabile Cabernet Franc our wines shall seek to convey a wide range of emotions to enhance the enjoyment of both the wines and the moment.

3. Marterella Winery


8278 Falcon Glen Rd, Warrenton, Virginia 20186
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Marterella Winery is a boutique producer of high quality, award-winning premium Virginia wines specializing in small lot production. The tasting room is nestled in the middle of their scenic estate vineyard (Falcon Glen Vineyard). Leave the pressures of everyday life behind – visit and enjoy the wines while taking in the beautiful scenery from their Italian style terrazzo overlooking the vineyard.

4. Creek’s Edge Winery


41255 Annas Ln, Taylorstown, Virginia 20180
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Nestled between the rolling hills of Furnace Mountain and the edge of the Catoctin Creek, the vineyard has been cultivated on the slopes to enrich the grapes for a more complex and well-balanced finish.

5. Corcoran Vineyards


14635 Corkys Farm Ln, Waterford, Virginia 20197
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Corcoran was the first Winery/Brewery in the Commonwealth and now with their first offering of Hard Cider, they are excited to be able to carry on the tradition that Thomas Jefferson started back in 1769 when he planted numerous varieties of apples at Monticello.

6. North Gate Vineyard


16031 Hillsboro Rd, Purcellville, Virginia 20132
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Owner/Winemakers Mark and Vicki Fedor have been commercially producing award winning Virginia wine in Loudoun since 2003 and under their own North Gate label since 2007. Their tasting room and production facility, which was built to LEED Gold Specifications, opened in March of 2011.

7. Stone Tower Winery


19925 Hogback Mountain Rd, Leesburg, Virginia 20175
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Stone Tower Winery is a family-owned and operated winery, where the magnificent views and premium wines are equally matched by impeccable hospitality.

8. Vint Hill Craft Winery


7150 Lineweaver Rd, Warrenton, Virginia 20187
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Many “custom crush” wineries focus on vineyards. At Vint Hill Craft Winery, they take a different approach. The process starts with and is dedicated to winemaking and their commitment is to deliver to you the highest quality fruit from the region of the country you choose.

9. Willowcroft Farm Vineyards


38906 Mt Gilead Rd, Leesburg, Virginia 20175
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Willowcroft was started by Lew Parker in 1984. The oldest winery in Loudoun County strives to produce quality wines and share their love of wine and vines.

10. Quievremont Wine


115 Reality Farm Lane, Washington, VA 22747
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Located in the lush Blue Ridge Mountain foothills at the center of Reality Farm, Quievremont vineyard is the latest addition to the farm established circa 1753. The wine’s name derives from old French meaning goat hill, and is appropriate to the vineyard’s setting amidst the farm’s cattle and goat herds. The vines enjoy an ideal micro-climate, with plenty of sunshine, gentle breezes and fine soils, producing grapes that yield memorable wines with unique characteristics.

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