1. Beliveau Estate Winery
5415 Gallion Ridge Rd, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060
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Beliveau Estate Winery (formerly Maison Beliveau) includes its own vineyard, on-site Bed and Breakfast, wedding and special event venue, lavender farm, hiking trails, stocked pond, and picnicking spots. The 165-acre property is tucked away in the beautiful Catawba Valley, just 12 miles from Downtown Blacksburg.
2. Chateau Morrisette
287 Winery Rd. SW, Floyd, Virginia 24091
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Chateau Morrisette Winery is one of Southwest Virginia’s premier destinations for award-winning wine and fine dining. The winery produces an extensive range of wines, while the restaurant specializes in fresh and delicious regional cuisine.
3. Firefly Hill Vineyards
4289 N Fork Rd, Elliston, VA 24087
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A family-owned and operated Virginia Farm Winery in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, Firefly Hill Vineyards seeks to educate others about one of the world’s oldest professions and to expose them to the sophisticated beauty of the transformation from grape to wine. The vineyards are open for tours and tastings by appointment.
4. Attimo Winery
4025 Childress Road, Christiansburg, Virginia 24073
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Attimo is dedicated to celebrating the everyday moments of life. Their goal is to put the customer’s experience first and to promote an experience in food and wine in a relaxing, yet classy atmosphere. They strive to produce the highest quality grapes with little impact to the environment. They aim to make distinctive award-winning wine that is balanced and reflects quality.
5. Blacksnake Meadery
605 Buffalo Road, Dugspur, Virginia 24325
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Carroll County’s first winery and Southwest Virginia’s only meadery, Blacksnake Meadery is a family-owned and operated business in the southern Blue Ridge Mountains. Since opening, Blacksnake has introduced an ever-growing population of honeybees that produce at least half of the honey in the meads, as well as cultivate the numerous wild apples, crabapples, and berries on the property.
6. Foggy Ridge Cider
1328 Pineview Rd, Dugspur, VA 24325
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At Foggy Ridge Cider in the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains, Cidermaker Diane Flynt combines innovation and tradition. Over 30 American, English and French apple varieties— ugly and hard to grow but full of the tannin, acid and aroma needed for fine cider— are blended to create a traditional hard cider crafted with modern techniques.
7. AmRhein Wine Cellars
9243 Patterson Drive, Bent Mountain, Virginia 24059
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With vineyards in Bent Mountain, Franklin County, and Botetourt County, AmRhein’s Wine Cellars, owned and operated by a Virginia family, specializes in wines with a German influence. Having received numerous awards, AmRhein’s wines are considered some of the finest on the East Coast.
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