6 VA Wineries You Should Visit


1. Byrd Cellars


5847 River Road West, Goochland, 23063
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Welcome to the award winning Byrd Cellars Vineyard & Winery! Join them in Goochland for a glass of fine wine by the fireplace, or on a comfy sofa in the new Winemaker’s Loft or on the covered porch. Located in the rural setting of the beautiful Piedmont region near Richmond & Charlottesville, their comfortable and charming space is the perfect place to relax with others or just escape with a glass of fine wine.

2. Jacey Vineyards


619 Train Lane, Wicomico Church, Virginia 22579
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Part of Virginia Living’s top-rated wine trail, Jacey Vineyards distinguishes itself by the breadth of experiences offered to its patrons. With seven docks on their own private cove, flowing directly into Mill Creek and The Chesapeake Bay, they are one of few vineyards nationwide at which visitors can arrive by boat. The close proximity to open water provides a distinctive Spanish – particularly Galician – topography. To match the terroir, they grow Galician grapes like Albariño, and offer a variety of authentic tapas and other Spanish cuisine at their restaurant, nicknamed Velas (“Sails”).

3. Aspen Dale Winery at the Barn


3180 Aspen Dale Lane, Delaplane, Virginia 20144
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.Aspen Dale Winery at the Barn was founded in 2009 by Shay McNeal. It is the fruit of her labor and vision that we enjoy today, both in the wines that are served, and in the elegant yet relaxed atmosphere of the converted 200 year-old barn.

The winery sits on an historic 50 acre property in the heart of Virginia horse country. Corn cribs, a silo, and a smoke house are but just a few of the hallmarks that speak of the agricultural facets in Aspen Dale’s past.

Enjoy a day at Aspen Dale in Fauquier County. Stroll through grounds where you and your family might meet up with one of the Miniatures. Climb the hill up to the vineyard with glass in hand, or just enjoy it from your gazebo seat near the winery. Nothing beats a day with family, friends and fantastic wine in the country!

4. The Winery at Kindred Pointe


3575 Conicville Road, Mount Jackson, Virginia 22842
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The Winery at Kindred Pointe is located on 58 acres of beautiful rolling land. The tasting room is a converted modern horse barn. The gorgeous landscaping and priceless views makes this winery a perfect location to relax and enjoy some wine with friends. The tasting room has plenty of room to have a winetasting or have a glass of wine with the comforts of the indoors. On those cold days, have a glass of wine by one of the two fireplaces. The winery offers many locations for you to take a bottle of wine and picnic to watch one of their beautiful sunsets.

5. Vincent’s Vineyard


2313 East Main St, Lebanon, VA 24266
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Head to Vincent’s Vineyard and appreciate the beautiful scenery while in the city limits of Lebanon. At Vincent’s Vineyard, you will experience country living in a relaxing atmosphere with some good old fashioned hospitality. Vincent’s Vineyard lies within the foothills of the the scenic Clinch and Beartown Mountains.

From the tasting room, you will see and hear the roaring of Big Cedar Creek. You may have the opportunity to observe “Riverbound Xtreme” fly fisherman, as well as wading blue herons and ducks on the creek banks. You can enjoy the grazing playful Katahdin sheep along with their hard working pal, Clyde, the Great Pyrenees dog.

6. Bloxom Winery


26130 Mason Road, Bloxom, VA 23308
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Robert and Francesca started Bloxom Vineyard in 2000, when they planted 6 acres of Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, from which they produce fine estate bottled wines, keeping up with their respective generations of wine making traditions from Spain, France and Italy. The winery, which opened its doors in 2004, clearly conveys their mediterranean influence. Their wines range from the classic dry Bordeaux style to semi dry and lightly sweet, and they can be enjoyed in a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.

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