20 Mid-Atlantic Wineries To Visit


1. Bordeleau Vineyards & Winery


3155 Noble Farm Rd, Eden, Maryland
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Welcome to the winery! They are just a few miles south of Salisbury, MD on a beautiful creek. Bring some friends, a picnic, and relax while tasting world class wines.

2. Morais Vineyards


11409 Marsh Rd, Bealeton, Virginia 22712
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Morais Vineyards and Winery offers great scenery, memorable experiences and a unique wine selection. They craft elegant and powerful wines that reflect the place from which they originate.

3. Millbrook Vineyards & Winery


26 Wing Rd, Millbrook, New York 12545
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Millbrook Vineyards & Winery , the premiere wine estate in New York’s Hudson Valley, was the first in the region dedicated exclusively to the production of vinifera grapes. The winery produces over 12,000 cases of wine annually and is open for guided tours and wine tastings year round.

4. RagApple Lassie Vineyard


3724 RagApple Lassie Ln, Boonville, North Carolina 27011
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RagApple Lassie Vineyards are planted on lands that have been farmed for over a hundred years by the Hobson Family. The wines grown here are awesome and the area is gorgeous; see, savor and sample for yourself!

5. Elk Run Vineyards


15113 Liberty Rd, Mount Airy, Maryland 21771
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Elk Run Vineyards is nestled in the rolling hills of Frederick County, Maryland. It is a place of serenity, history, and fine wine. Using new world research and technology while retaining the traditions and values of the old world, Elk Run’s focus is on producing high quality wine from high quality grapes.

6. 21 Brix Winery


6654 W Main St, Portland, New York 14769
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Their distinctive wines are created from family owned vineyards – around 15 different grape varieties call these 300 acres their home. The tasting room is open daily for sampling and their comfy seating area is waiting for you!

7. Hillside Winery


229 Collier Dr, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862
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Welcome to Hillside Winery, the Smoky Mountain’s largest winemaking facility. Hillside is open daily for tasting and tours at no charge and is filled to the brim with some of the most wonderful winery employees you will ever meet!

8. Autumn Creek Vineyards


364 Means Creek Rd, Mayodan, North Carolina 27027
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Enjoy the fruits of the harvest or stay a while in one of their romantic getaway cabins, all set in the beautiful rolling countryside of the Northern Piedmont.

9. Red Heifer Winery


24606 Raven Rock Rd, Smithsburg, Maryland 21783
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Family owned and operated vineyard and winery on a 4th generation owned farm. Located in Smithsburg, Maryland at an elevation of 1500 feet, the grapes experience warm days and cool nights, perfect for excellent winemaking.

10. Amber Falls Winery and Cellars


794 Ridgetop Rd, Hampshire, Tennessee 38461
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Amber Falls Winery and Cellars produces some of the regions most premiere wine. The winery is hidden in the rolling hills of Hampshire Tennessee. Whether it’s their Music on the Ridge series or their special events, you’re sure to have a great time making new friends and discovering new music.

11. Adventure Farm


3314 Earlysville Rd, Earlysville, Virginia 22936
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Adventure Farm is a real sustainable farm, family owned and operated since 1950. In addition to grapes (Chardonnay, Viognier, Chambourcin, Petit Verdot, Tenat and Cabernet Sauvignon), beef and crops (corn, soybeans, wheat and pumpkins) are also produced on the farm.

12. 612 Vineyard


864 Shepherds Mill Rd, Berryville, Virginia 22611
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612 Vineyard welcomes you to unwind, sit back, savor enticing wine and enjoy our relaxing views at our petit vineyard nestled up against the northwest side of the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful Clarke County, Virginia.

13. Black Willow Winery

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5565 West Lake Rd, Olcott, New York 14028
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Black Willow Winery is a family-owned boutique winery. Their goal is to provide distinctive, rich, artisan wines for wine enthusiasts, as well as those experiencing wine for the first time.

14. Fox Meadow Winery


3310 Freezeland Rd, Linden, Virginia 22642
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Fox Meadow Winery is a small farm winery located at 1750 foot elevation. This elevation gives them a unique microclimate. They use traditional small lots & handcrafted wine making techniques to produce high quality award winning wines.

15. Blue Slip Winery

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300 WEST DEPOT AVENUE, Knoxville, Tennessee 37902
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Blue Slip Winery is Knoxville’s First Winery and Tennessee’s First Urban Winery. Their homegrown handcrafted wines are made on-site from Tennessee grapes and fruit. Taste the difference!

16. Grey Horse Vineyards

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12285 Elk Run Church Rd, Midland, Virginia 22728
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Grey Horse Vineyards is a newly established vineyard in Virginia’s Piedmont region. Located on 35 acres in the beautiful rolling hills of Virginia, Grey Horse Vineyards is also home to the owner’s horses.

17. Six Waterpots Vineyard and Winery

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4040 James Dr, Hudson, North Carolina 28638
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Welcome to the Six Waterpots Vineyard and Winery, a family-owned and operated business. You are invited to come to the beautiful foothills of the North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains and enjoy a wine-tasting experience. Six Waterpots offers a unique collection of wines made from fresh strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and their homegrown muscadine varietals.

18. Ramulose Ridge Vineyards


3061 Hendricks Store Rd, Moneta, Virginia 24121
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Go taste their unique variety of wines and check out the new improved tasting room. Bring a picnic and choose your favorite wine and enjoy the spanning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains while relaxing on their patio.

19. Cardamon Family Vineyards


12226 Harpers Ferry Rd, Purcellville, Virginia 20132
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Cardamon Family Vineyards are a family owned micro-winery making small batch, handcrafted Virginia wines. “New World Wines in an Old World Style!”

20. Crow Vineyard & Winery


12441 Vansants Corner Rd, Kennedyville, Maryland 21645
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A farmstay B&B that offers a winery and tasting room. Rustic charm on a 365 working farm and vineyard. Grass fed Angus beef are raised on the property.

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