The beautiful Commonwealth of Virginia provides countless choice sites for vineyards. No matter where you travel in Virginia, you’ll discover fascinating regions with vineyards and wineries producing intriguing wines.  Virginia has five distinct climate regions: the Tidewater, Piedmont, Northern Virginia, Western Mountain, and Southwestern Mountain. Each provides a temperate climate that’s not too hot or cold for extended periods. Given Virginia’s varied grape-growing sites with ideal soil conditions, fine wines now come from all over the state.

Featured Wineries

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.

Notable Wineries

Barrel Oak Winery

When Sharon and Brian Roeder opened Barrel Oak Winery in the spring of 2008, they realized a dream that began long before they knew each other.

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Featured Accommodations

The Jefferson Hotel

From the moment its doors opened in 1895 The Jefferson Hotel has been regarded as one of America’s finest by countless distinguished guests, including 12 United States Presidents, Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, and Elvis Presley.

L’Auberge Provençale

They say that Virginia is for lovers, and after a stay at the romantic L’Auberge Provençale French Country Inn in the lush Shenandoah Valley, that proclamation is sure to ring true.

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Featured Destinations

Loudoun County

The rolling hills of Loudoun County are a treasure trove for visitors looking for something to do.

Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail

Bordered by the Chesapeake Bay, and the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers, this region is scenic, historic, and dotted with wineries.



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