Oak Crest Vineyard   0
3.0
1/11/2016

Keep a vigilant eye out for the turn off the main road or you will certainly miss the drive into Oak Crest Vineyard & Winery – and that would be a shame. Tucked in the woods about 2 ½ miles off of Route 301 in King Georges County is another gem in the crown of Northern Neck wineries. Although opened in 2002, the proprietors of Oak Crest have a long family history of wine making, and the unique offerings available are evidence of that saga.

Housed in a very comfortable, farm-style house, the tasting room ... Read full review



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Doukenie Winery   0
4.5
12/22/2015

Easily accessible from just outside Purcellville, Doukenie Winery is a terrific find among the many wineries of Loudon County. Named after the grandmother of the owner, Doukenie (meaning “Duchess” in Greek) is a testament to the heritage of the family and the values it brings to the art and science of winemaking. That sense of “family” and European hospitality is felt the minute you walk in the door.

Entering a large tasting room, you find a large tasting bar on your left and a warm, inviting tasting area (complete with fireplace) on your right. Straight ahead ... Read full review



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General's Ridge Vineyard   0
4.0
10/2/2015

The first thing to remember about making the trek up the driveway to General's Ridge tasting room is to just keep going – you'll get there. Winding through several beautiful acres of vineyards, you pass some picturesque dwellings that accommodate visitors (more on that later) before you reach the large tasting room. Aptly named "Somewhere in Time" the space is a magnificent blend of yesterday and today. On an early Friday afternoon in August, we were the only guests in the house. Our host was immediately welcoming without being overbearing. Lined up for tasting were two veteran tasters and ... Read full review



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The Winery at Kindred Pointe   0
4.0
9/8/2015

Nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley is a fairly-new (opened in 2009) addition to the Virginia wine world. Formerly a horse barn and stable, The Winery at Kindred Point has elegantly taken the equestrian theme to new heights. Currently open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (if you are interested in visiting during the week, the winery suggests you call ahead to ensure they are open), the converted horse barn offers a very comfortable tasting bar along with tables and very comfy couches to enjoy a glass (or bottle) of your new favorite wine. Although my visit ... Read full review



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Shenandoah Vineyards (VA)   0
3.5
8/21/2015

Conveniently located not far off of Interstate Highway 81 in the Shenandoah Valley is appropriately named Shenandoah Vineyards. One of the oldest operating wineries in Virginia, you’ll be pleased with how it has integrated with the times. The tasting room is housed in a barn that is said to date back to the Civil War. Nonetheless, the interior space is modern and comfortable.

Although early in the morning on the day of this visit, we were competing for space with a bachelorette party. Fortunately, our server Gina was able to give us her full attention. ... Read full review



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Willowcroft Farm Vineyards   0
4.0
3/20/2015

Even on a post-snowy day in January, the view from the Loudoun County’s Willowcroft Farm Vineyards is spectacular. And as one of the Virginia's elder wineries, the winery's experience shows through in all areas. According to Tasting Room Manager Susan Mitchell, they want to be known as the “kinder, gentler winery” and offer several venues to make it possible.

The main tasting room is warm and comfortable and for a $10 tasting fee visitors are offered a choice of seven wines. Lew Parker, owner & winemaker plies his craft well. They grow mostly their own grapes, ... Read full review



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Casanel Vineyards   0
3.0
3/11/2015

Recommended to me by a "competing" tasting room host, I ventured to Casanel Vineyards & Winery in anticipation. Not hard to find on the outskirts of Leesburg in Loudoun county in Virginia's Middleburg AVA, the driveway to the tasting room takes you past several dwellings, some owned by the winery, some not, until you reach your destination at the top of the hill.

A family-owned winery operating since 2008, the name Casanel is a combination of the names of the owners Casey and Nelson. Wine tastings are offered in an updated stone building with tasting ... Read full review



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Stone Tower Winery   0
3.5
3/4/2015

If the architect's renderings are anywhere near accurate, the new, soon-to-open tasting room and event center at Stone Tower Winery just south of Leesburg will be spectacular! In the meantime, you owe it to yourself to visit the existing winery and tasting room before the crowds gather.

A new addition to the Virginia wine scene (the winery opened in September 2014), Stone Tower currently focus primarily on white wines. Wines produced with the grapes imported from California and other parts of Virginia are bottled under the Wild Boar Cellars label. Wines produced from the ... Read full review



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Jacey Vineyards   1
4.5
9/24/2014

OK, this winery may not be the easiest to find, but believe me when I say it is well worth the search. Tucked among the backroads of the Northern neck, Jacey was a delight! Unable to visit on our previous trip (they had run out of wine - a good sign), we were hopeful this visit would be fruitful. Entering the tasting room, you are somewhat shocked to see the set-up is more likened to a restaurant than a wine tasting room. As it turns out, that is fine by me! Dee, the hostess/wine steward sat us at a table and brought not just wine tasting menus, but food tasting menus as well. You have a choice from two separate wine tastings: the regular which consists of 6 wines (white & red) or the "vertical" that compares varietals year to year AND includes tasting of their imported Spanish selections. For my taste, I preferred the whites at this winery - particularly the 2011 Vidal Blanc and the 2013 Sauvignon Blanc. However, the real treat here was the food. Meats & cheeses are brought from Spain and the eggs are from their own farm. The cheese platter alone was worth the trip. The caramelized brussel sprout and garbanzo bean dip was a fantastic complement to the white wine offerings. There is an outdoor patio that sits amongst a beautiful garden setting, however we didn't get that far - a good reason to go back again...

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Good Luck Cellars   1
4.0
9/24/2014

Our second visit to Good Luck Cellars in the Northern Neck once again did not disappoint. On a quiet Friday afternoon we were welcomed by one of the co-owners, Katie, who happened to be working the tasting room. Opting to taste only the reds, we found the selection short, but good. Relying heavily on the chambourcin and norton grapes, the offerings were adequate - nothing stood out. Nonetheless, the opportunity to purchase a full glass (I opted for the Radiant Red), and relax on the outdoor patio overlooking the vineyards makes the visit more than worth it. Easily accessible off of Good Luck Road in Kilmarnock, make sure you take the time to enjoy...

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Crushed Cellars   0
4.5
1/13/2013

Whether you are starting your trip, stopping mid-way, or ending your wine tasting day, Crushed Cellars is a must-stop. However, be on your lookout. Right on Route 9 in Loudon County, the entrance is hard to find (even with a GPS). A small, yet comfortable tasting bar meets you as you step over the roaming chickens to enter the place. Upstairs provides tables for lingering. Bob, the owner is a foodie and it shows. Each tasting is paired with something unique and fantastic and most can be created from the items on sale there in the tasting room. It is a clear favorite of the locals as several were on hand this day. The wines are produced in small batches and the care is evident. I'm looking forward to my next visit - soon!

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The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards   1
4.5
1/13/2013

If you are looking for a place to hold a birthday or anniversary party, look no further than The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards! Although they claim to only have food on Fridays, the carry-over to Saturday is just as good (an $8 soup & sandwich combo couldn't be beat). In addition to the main indoor tasting room (that also hosts live music) there is a large "basement" tasting room and a beautiful outdoor tasting area with terrific views of the area. The staff was exceptional - not to mention the place was hosting 2 separate birthday parties this Saturday along with the regular Saturday traffic. The owner was accessible and staff was very knowledgeable. Can I say anything more? Oh yeah, the wines rocked!

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Hunters Run Wine Tasting Barn   0
3.0
1/13/2013

"Charming" is the first word that comes to mind upon entering Hunters Run Wine Tasting Barn. Right on Route 9 in Loudon County, the Barn sets back among a couple houses (one is the Irish owner of the winery). A $7 tasting fee and a very friendly server (the sister of the owner), Hunters Run is a very comfortable experience. Locals come in for a recommendation for a bottle or two for the evening's entertainment. Although they don't claim food as being their specialty, there are some good Irish cheeses available to purchase should you want to purchase a glass/bottle and linger. Slainte!

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8 Chains North   0
2.5
1/13/2013

A vehicle for the former winemaker of Tarara & Fabbioli, 8 Chains North has promise. Unfortunately, it does not hold up. Easily accessible along Route 9 in Loudon County, the Moroccan-themed tasting room felt somewhat sterile. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, yet they were sold-out of their best selling wine (Chardonnay). A $5 tasting fee is certainly reasonable, but for only four tastes, the visit fell short. The wall-to-ceiling windows in back provided a nice view, but I'm not sure I would return.

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Breaux Vineyards   0
3.0
1/3/2013

With a spectacular tasting room & area, we were very excited at first to visit Breaux. However, the treatment we received from the staff quickly dampened that. Now to clarify, it was a busy day for them and they had guests overflowing in their indoor and outdoor tasting areas. However they were very well-staffed; but our server was more concerned over what was going on with our "neighbors" conversation than what she was pouring us. In addition, the tasting cost was rather high ($10). Needless to say, we didn't bother staying to linger w/ a glass or bottle. On to the next...

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Notaviva Vineyards   0
4.0
1/3/2013

A unique "pairing" of music and wine, this husband & wife team have created a masterpiece. OK, so their tasting room/home was featured on HTV's "Dream House". That is worth the visit in itself. However, their wines do not disappoint. This day, it was very busy (a bachelorette party plus several other gatherings), we were still given VIP treatment and able to find a nice spot upstairs to enjoy a glass. They also offer a very nice food selection (we enjoyed the cheese & olive platters). Encore!

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North Gate Vineyards   0
4.0
1/3/2013

Whether you are taking a break from your bike ride, coming from Magnolia's, or just looking for a destination, North Gate Vineyards is worth the stop. A very comfortable tasting room with very friendly & knowledgeable staff make this a favorite. This afternoon, we were also serenaded by a very talented singer/songwriter/guitarist. Good reds, good whites and even a sparkling make for a visit for everyone.

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Bluemont Vineyard   0
3.5
12/31/2012

Make sure you have 4-wheel drive on your car/truck before heading up this driveway, but when you get there, you'll see it was worth it! Bluemont Vinyards offers THE most fantastic view of the region you can imagine. On the day we were there, you could even see the buildings in Tysons. The tasting room offers a good selection of food (you can't bring your own) and a decent varieties of wine to taste/buy. Since you made the climb, buy a bottle and enjoy the day!

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Good Luck Cellars   0
4.0
12/31/2012

There is something about sitting on an outdoor porch in a Mid-Atlantic summer storm and enjoying a bottle of good wine. That was our experience at Good Luck Cellars. A very friendly staff (and the winemaker came out to meet us as well), a new tasting room, and the afore mentioned summer storm made our experience fantastic. I'll also put in a plug for their Cabernet Franc...

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Ingleside Vineyards   1
4.0
12/31/2012

Halfway down to our final destination in the Northern Neck, Ingleside Winery has become one of our favorite stopping-points. Aside from a wide selection of "good" wines (both red & white), the friendly staff, welcoming tasting room and fantastic outside seating area make the visit a must. We tend to favor their bigger reds (Cab Franc & Meritage), but there is something there for everyone. Pick up a sandwich at the local Sheetz or Wah- Wah and make a picnic of it...

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Chimney Rock Winery   0
4.5

Quaint location in Napa and the red wines are fabulous!

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Ingleside Vineyards   1
4.0

Halfway down to our final destination in the Northern Neck, Ingleside Winery has become one of our favorite stopping-points. Aside from a wide selection of "good" wines (both red & white), the friendly staff, welcoming tasting room and fantastic outside seating area make the visit a must. We tend to favor their bigger reds (Cab Franc & Meritage), but there is something there for everyone. Pick up a sandwich at the local Sheetz or Wah- Wah and make a picnic of it...

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Good Luck Cellars   0
4.0

There is something about sitting on an outdoor porch in a Mid-Atlantic summer storm and enjoying a bottle of good wine. That was our experience at Good Luck Cellars. A very friendly staff (and the winemaker came out to meet us as well), a new tasting room, and the afore mentioned summer storm made our experience fantastic. I'll also put in a plug for their Cabernet Franc...

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Bluemont Vineyard   0
3.5

Make sure you have 4-wheel drive on your car/truck before heading up this driveway, but when you get there, you'll see it was worth it! Bluemont Vinyards offers THE most fantastic view of the region you can imagine. On the day we were there, you could even see the buildings in Tysons. The tasting room offers a good selection of food (you can't bring your own) and a decent varieties of wine to taste/buy. Since you made the climb, buy a bottle and enjoy the day!

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North Gate Vineyards   0
4.0

Whether you are taking a break from your bike ride, coming from Magnolia's, or just looking for a destination, North Gate Vineyards is worth the stop. A very comfortable tasting room with very friendly & knowledgeable staff make this a favorite. This afternoon, we were also serenaded by a very talented singer/songwriter/guitarist. Good reds, good whites and even a sparkling make for a visit for everyone.

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Notaviva Vineyards   0
4.0

A unique "pairing" of music and wine, this husband & wife team have created a masterpiece. OK, so their tasting room/home was featured on HTV's "Dream House". That is worth the visit in itself. However, their wines do not disappoint. This day, it was very busy (a bachelorette party plus several other gatherings), we were still given VIP treatment and able to find a nice spot upstairs to enjoy a glass. They also offer a very nice food selection (we enjoyed the cheese & olive platters). Encore!

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Breaux Vineyards   0
3.0

With a spectacular tasting room & area, we were very excited at first to visit Breaux. However, the treatment we received from the staff quickly dampened that. Now to clarify, it was a busy day for them and they had guests overflowing in their indoor and outdoor tasting areas. However they were very well-staffed; but our server was more concerned over what was going on with our "neighbors" conversation than what she was pouring us. In addition, the tasting cost was rather high ($10). Needless to say, we didn't bother staying to linger w/ a glass or bottle. On to the next...

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8 Chains North   0
2.5

A vehicle for the former winemaker of Tarara & Fabbioli, 8 Chains North has promise. Unfortunately, it does not hold up. Easily accessible along Route 9 in Loudon County, the Moroccan-themed tasting room felt somewhat sterile. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, yet they were sold-out of their best selling wine (Chardonnay). A $5 tasting fee is certainly reasonable, but for only four tastes, the visit fell short. The wall-to-ceiling windows in back provided a nice view, but I'm not sure I would return.

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Hunters Run Wine Tasting Barn   0
3.0

"Charming" is the first word that comes to mind upon entering Hunters Run Wine Tasting Barn. Right on Route 9 in Loudon County, the Barn sets back among a couple houses (one is the Irish owner of the winery). A $7 tasting fee and a very friendly server (the sister of the owner), Hunters Run is a very comfortable experience. Locals come in for a recommendation for a bottle or two for the evening's entertainment. Although they don't claim food as being their specialty, there are some good Irish cheeses available to purchase should you want to purchase a glass/bottle and linger. Slainte!

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The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards   1
4.5

If you are looking for a place to hold a birthday or anniversary party, look no further than The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards! Although they claim to only have food on Fridays, the carry-over to Saturday is just as good (an $8 soup & sandwich combo couldn't be beat). In addition to the main indoor tasting room (that also hosts live music) there is a large "basement" tasting room and a beautiful outdoor tasting area with terrific views of the area. The staff was exceptional - not to mention the place was hosting 2 separate birthday parties this Saturday along with the regular Saturday traffic. The owner was accessible and staff was very knowledgeable. Can I say anything more? Oh yeah, the wines rocked!

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Crushed Cellars   0
4.5

Whether you are starting your trip, stopping mid-way, or ending your wine tasting day, Crushed Cellars is a must-stop. However, be on your lookout. Right on Route 9 in Loudon County, the entrance is hard to find (even with a GPS). A small, yet comfortable tasting bar meets you as you step over the roaming chickens to enter the place. Upstairs provides tables for lingering. Bob, the owner is a foodie and it shows. Each tasting is paired with something unique and fantastic and most can be created from the items on sale there in the tasting room. It is a clear favorite of the locals as several were on hand this day. The wines are produced in small batches and the care is evident. I'm looking forward to my next visit - soon!

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Good Luck Cellars   1
4.0

Our second visit to Good Luck Cellars in the Northern Neck once again did not disappoint. On a quiet Friday afternoon we were welcomed by one of the co-owners, Katie, who happened to be working the tasting room. Opting to taste only the reds, we found the selection short, but good. Relying heavily on the chambourcin and norton grapes, the offerings were adequate - nothing stood out. Nonetheless, the opportunity to purchase a full glass (I opted for the Radiant Red), and relax on the outdoor patio overlooking the vineyards makes the visit more than worth it. Easily accessible off of Good Luck Road in Kilmarnock, make sure you take the time to enjoy...

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Jacey Vineyards   1
4.5

OK, this winery may not be the easiest to find, but believe me when I say it is well worth the search. Tucked among the backroads of the Northern neck, Jacey was a delight! Unable to visit on our previous trip (they had run out of wine - a good sign), we were hopeful this visit would be fruitful. Entering the tasting room, you are somewhat shocked to see the set-up is more likened to a restaurant than a wine tasting room. As it turns out, that is fine by me! Dee, the hostess/wine steward sat us at a table and brought not just wine tasting menus, but food tasting menus as well. You have a choice from two separate wine tastings: the regular which consists of 6 wines (white & red) or the "vertical" that compares varietals year to year AND includes tasting of their imported Spanish selections. For my taste, I preferred the whites at this winery - particularly the 2011 Vidal Blanc and the 2013 Sauvignon Blanc. However, the real treat here was the food. Meats & cheeses are brought from Spain and the eggs are from their own farm. The cheese platter alone was worth the trip. The caramelized brussel sprout and garbanzo bean dip was a fantastic complement to the white wine offerings. There is an outdoor patio that sits amongst a beautiful garden setting, however we didn't get that far - a good reason to go back again...

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Stone Tower Winery   0
3.5

If the architect's renderings are anywhere near accurate, the new, soon-to-open tasting room and event center at Stone Tower Winery just south of Leesburg will be spectacular! In the meantime, you owe it to yourself to visit the existing winery and tasting room before the crowds gather.

A new addition to the Virginia wine scene (the winery opened in September 2014), Stone Tower currently focus primarily on white wines. Wines produced with the grapes imported from California and other parts of Virginia are bottled under the Wild Boar Cellars label. Wines produced from the ... Read full review



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Casanel Vineyards   0
3.0

Recommended to me by a "competing" tasting room host, I ventured to Casanel Vineyards & Winery in anticipation. Not hard to find on the outskirts of Leesburg in Loudoun county in Virginia's Middleburg AVA, the driveway to the tasting room takes you past several dwellings, some owned by the winery, some not, until you reach your destination at the top of the hill.

A family-owned winery operating since 2008, the name Casanel is a combination of the names of the owners Casey and Nelson. Wine tastings are offered in an updated stone building with tasting ... Read full review



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Willowcroft Farm Vineyards   0
4.0

Even on a post-snowy day in January, the view from the Loudoun County’s Willowcroft Farm Vineyards is spectacular. And as one of the Virginia's elder wineries, the winery's experience shows through in all areas. According to Tasting Room Manager Susan Mitchell, they want to be known as the “kinder, gentler winery” and offer several venues to make it possible.

The main tasting room is warm and comfortable and for a $10 tasting fee visitors are offered a choice of seven wines. Lew Parker, owner & winemaker plies his craft well. They grow mostly their own grapes, ... Read full review



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Shenandoah Vineyards (VA)   0
3.5

Conveniently located not far off of Interstate Highway 81 in the Shenandoah Valley is appropriately named Shenandoah Vineyards. One of the oldest operating wineries in Virginia, you’ll be pleased with how it has integrated with the times. The tasting room is housed in a barn that is said to date back to the Civil War. Nonetheless, the interior space is modern and comfortable.

Although early in the morning on the day of this visit, we were competing for space with a bachelorette party. Fortunately, our server Gina was able to give us her full attention. ... Read full review



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The Winery at Kindred Pointe   0
4.0

Nestled in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley is a fairly-new (opened in 2009) addition to the Virginia wine world. Formerly a horse barn and stable, The Winery at Kindred Point has elegantly taken the equestrian theme to new heights. Currently open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (if you are interested in visiting during the week, the winery suggests you call ahead to ensure they are open), the converted horse barn offers a very comfortable tasting bar along with tables and very comfy couches to enjoy a glass (or bottle) of your new favorite wine. Although my visit ... Read full review



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General's Ridge Vineyard   0
4.0

The first thing to remember about making the trek up the driveway to General's Ridge tasting room is to just keep going – you'll get there. Winding through several beautiful acres of vineyards, you pass some picturesque dwellings that accommodate visitors (more on that later) before you reach the large tasting room. Aptly named "Somewhere in Time" the space is a magnificent blend of yesterday and today. On an early Friday afternoon in August, we were the only guests in the house. Our host was immediately welcoming without being overbearing. Lined up for tasting were two veteran tasters and ... Read full review



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Doukenie Winery   0
4.5

Easily accessible from just outside Purcellville, Doukenie Winery is a terrific find among the many wineries of Loudon County. Named after the grandmother of the owner, Doukenie (meaning “Duchess” in Greek) is a testament to the heritage of the family and the values it brings to the art and science of winemaking. That sense of “family” and European hospitality is felt the minute you walk in the door.

Entering a large tasting room, you find a large tasting bar on your left and a warm, inviting tasting area (complete with fireplace) on your right. Straight ahead ... Read full review



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Oak Crest Vineyard   0
3.0

Keep a vigilant eye out for the turn off the main road or you will certainly miss the drive into Oak Crest Vineyard & Winery – and that would be a shame. Tucked in the woods about 2 ½ miles off of Route 301 in King Georges County is another gem in the crown of Northern Neck wineries. Although opened in 2002, the proprietors of Oak Crest have a long family history of wine making, and the unique offerings available are evidence of that saga.

Housed in a very comfortable, farm-style house, the tasting room ... Read full review



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