Day One: Prince William and Manassas, Virginia
Begin your adventure at The Winery at La Grange. Enjoy your tasting in the 18th-century home then snuggle into a chair by the fireplace or take a bottle outside for a picnic.
Continue testing your palate with a visit to Cork & Fork, a family owned business that features international wine and beer.
Day Two: Prince William and Manassas, Virginia
Season dependent, stop at Yankey Farms to pick your own strawberries or pumpkins.
Continue to Historic Downtown Manassas -a designated Virginia Main Street- to visit with merchants and restaurants and find that one-of-a-kind gift.
After, head to Historic Occoquan for a late afternoon cruise on the Occoquan River. Board the Miss Rivershore, enjoy beer and wine, the scenery and the history of the community.
For dinner, visit Cock & Bowl- a husband and wife-owned eatery. The restaurant features 60 different Belgian brews that are each served in a specially designed glass.
Day Three: Prince William and Manassas and Richmond, Virginia
Stop by Bottle Stop for a wine tasting then head south and jump into the boots of a Marine at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. Grab lunch and a beer at the museum's Tun Tavern before heading to Richmond.
Take historic Richmond region by taking a tour of Maymont, a gilded Victorian Mansion, and explore the lush Italian and Japanese gardens.
Visit the James River Cellars Winery for a tastings on the patio with entertainment.
Day Four: Richmond, Virginia
Enjoy a visit to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for a great afternoon of exploration of 3000 pieces of art, and collections.
Explore Carytown for wonderful choices of dining and unique boutique shops in Richmond.
Spend the afternoon exploring the city on a Segway tour or a bike tour.
Day Five: Richmond, Virginia to Norfolk, Virginia
On your way to Norfolk, visit New Kent Winery & Vineyards for a wine tasting.
Begin the afternoon at Doumar’s where Abe Doumar invented the waffle cone.
Experience 155 glorious acres of gardens with guided tours on foot, tram or by boat at the Norfolk Botanical Garden.
Or take a wine tour with the Town and Country Wine Tour. Go behind-the-scenes at top regional wineries and wine bars, learn about the heritage. One stop is Norfolk’s first urban winery, Mermaid Winery.