Virginia Wine Tourism

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Horton Vineyards

Today, Horton Vineyards is synonymous with Virginia Viognier.

Three Fox Vineyards

The heart of Northern Virginia has always been known for horses and foxes, and now Three Fox Vineyards is helping to make it known for fine wine. 

Williamsburg Winery

Encircled by 320 acres of woodland, field, and vineyards, Williamsburg Winery is just three miles from Colonial Williamsburg, yet it’s a world apart.

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The beautiful Commonwealth of Virginia is a wonderful place to tour, taste, and vacation. Geographically, it runs the gamut, offering towering mountains, gentle rolling hills, green valleys, and flat coastal plains, peninsulas, and beaches.

No matter what interests you, you’re likely to find it—and lots of it—in Virginia. There are historical sites and storied towns for history buffs; horses and trails for equestrians; parks and nature preserves for hikers; lakes, rivers, and streams for anglers; orchestras and jazz bands for concert-goers; galleries and openings for art lovers; and plenty of magnificent wine for us all. In fact, the Commonwealth of Virginia is home to nearly 200 wineries and more than a dozen wine trails.