Barrel Oak Winery – Located in Delaplane, Virginia and it has been open for 3 years. Since opening, it’s blossomed in producing wines that have earned top honors at international competitions and building a strong and devoted following of regular visitors. There’s not only wine tasting but frequent live entertainment, picnic tables, and horseback tours through the vineyard, surrounding country side views which are absolutely magnificent. The family of Roeders, who hosts charitable events benefiting local, national, and international causes will not only enjoy you, but also, your furry critters. You’ll certainly have a warm welcome to all members attending the wine yard.
Most Winery visitors to the winery, are in awe when they visit it. Check out their Internet Site at www.barreloak.com before making the trip.
Winery at La Grange – The Winery at LaGrange was Prince William County’s premier winery opening five years ago in a restored red brick 1790s manor house at the foot of Bull Run Mountain in Haymarket, Virginia. Visitors not only enjoy visiting the winery to taste their exceptional wines, but they also enjoy learning the history of the old house…many claim its frequently visited by haunted ghost.
La Grange offers services for any occasions, i.e., weddings, retreats corporate functions, or a quiet afternoon with friends or family. Many people from out of the area visit but the majority of their guests hail from Haymarket and the Gainesville, Virginia areas. La Grange is proud of its popular General’s Battlefield Red, a blend of Meritage and Tannat that are aged for more than a year in oak barrels (which are made from the trees grown in the nearby historic Manassas battlefields). Check out La Grange on the Internet at www.wineryatlagrange.com .
Mediterranean Cellars – Located just north of Warrenton, Virginia and specializes in a combination of new-world wines in an old-world atmosphere. Breath-taking views surround the vineyards and patio, where you can visit to relax and drink a glass from Mediterranean’s selection of white, reds, and roses. Mediterranean also has other wines such as Calypso, named after the Greek goddess. For further information about the winery go to www.mediterraneancellars.com or just stop by to visit and do some tasting.
Narmada Winery – Located in the countryside of Amissville, Virginia. Make a visit to this winery and enjoy not only the beauty of the country but sample wine, food, and culture of India. The first 2 acres of Vidal grapes were planted in 2004, with additional acres of Chambourcin, chardonelle, and Traminette grapes planted later. Even though, the winery opened its doors less than 2 years ago, Narmada wines have already earned distinction, winning bronze, silver, and gold awards in several of the international competitions they’ve competed in. All of the wines can be sampled right on site and you can try them with some authentic Indian fare or gourmet cheeses and meats which are offered to visitors in the tasting room. Visit Narmada at www.narmadawinery.com .
Paradise Springs Winery – Is located on 36 acres of beautiful land in the town – Clifton, Virginia. Paradise Springs was originally renowned for its pure mineral springs but now it is known for its delicious wines. The 2009 Chardonnay was the winner of the 2010 Governor’s Cup, the best white wine in the state. People from all around the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Areas are visiting its spacious new tasting room and wine-making facility. Visit www.paradisespringswinery.com or better yet, stop by and enjoy a sampling.
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