1. Rebec Vineyards
Rebec Vineyards is a 70 acre estate in Amherst County offering beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The family home, Mountainview, is listed both on the National Register of Historic Places and as a Virginia Landmark.
2. General’s Ridge Vineyard
A Step Back In Time. The perfect retreat for a quiet, weekend get-a-way, for a vacation, for an off-site business/banquet meeting, for a wedding, for an anniversary, for a family reunion or for any special event.
3. Holly Grove Vineyards
Holly Grove Vineyards are a family owned and operated Virginia farm winery located on Holly Grove Cove on the Bay Side of Virginia’s Eastern Shore in Franktown. Inspired by the natural beauty and resources here, they are committed to producing quality handcrafted wines using locally grown grapes. Capitalizing on the temperate climate moderated by the Atlantic Ocean breezes on this “land between two waters” they produce fine Virginia wines which express the natural terroir. They are continuing a tradition dating back centuries to the days when Native Americans worked the land to produce a host of fruitful agricultural products.
4. Sharp Rock Vineyards
Sharp Rock is a small artisan winery located at the foot of Old Rag Mountain in scenic Rappahannock County, Virginia. They produce 12 wines from hand-selected grapes grown in their own vineyard. They also have two historic Bed & Breakfast Cottages.
5. Ox-Eye Vineyards
The 100 acre farm on which Ox-Eye Vineyards now sits was purchased by John and Susan Kiers in 1996 for the purpose of growing wine grapes. Their interest was drawn to the Shenandoah Valley because of its relatively low rainfall and cool climate, and its deep limestone soil.
After selling grapes to area wineries for over a decade, the Kiers family built their own winery in 2010 and now bottle 100% Estate wines from fruit grown on their farm.
6. Mt. Vale Vineyards
Mt. Vale Vineyards began with a passion for the mountains and a dream of growing grapes and making wine. It has taken strength and patience to keep focused on the goal. With each bottle produced, they are living a dream and hope you enjoy drinking their wine as much as they enjoy making it.
7. Altillo Vineyards
Altillo Vineyards and Winery (formerly named Altavista Vineyards and Winery) is located four miles south of Altavista, Virginia in Pittsylvania County. Altillo Vineyards are a small family-run vineyard and winery that specializes in limited production of finely crafted wines. They spare no effort to ensure that their wines are of the highest quality.
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