Hickory Hill Vineyards and Winery

Hickory Hill Vineyard's entrance sign.
Hickory Hill Vineyard's 1923 Farm house Tasting Room
Picnic area with the Vineyard in the background.
Sun setting over the vineyard
Guests enjoying themselves at a Sunset Saturday.
Hickory Hill Vineyard's largest Hickory Tree located just behind the Tasting Room and Winery.
The vineyard with Smith Mountain Lake map and wine bottles.
Green Ash shade tree in picnic area overlooking the vineyard.
Hickory Hill logo and lake series label.
Hickory Hill Vineyard's entrance sign.
Address
Hickory Hill Vineyards & Winery
1722 Hickory Cove Lane
Moneta, VA 24121
Region Central Virginia
Locality Bedford
Phone: (540) 296-1393
Fax: (540) 296-1393
Email thefurrows@SMLwine.com
Website www.smlwine.com

Roanoke natives Roger & Judy Furrow started in the early 80’s with an experimental vineyard on Smith Mountain Lake. By 1992, they purchased a nearby farm and started the vineyard that in 2001 became Hickory Hill Vineyards & Winery. Hickory Hill wines are made in a light and fruity style and began earning medals with the very first vintage. The more classic wines, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Franc and Merlot have hints of French oak. The Smith Mountain Lake series (Mist, Country Red, Sunset and Redbud) are 100% stainless steel. The Vidal Blanc, a consistent award winner, is fermented out dry and aged in stainless steel. Hickory Hill offers complimentary vineyard and winery tours, wine tastings, scenic picnic area and is home to the summer music series Sunset Saturday. 



Admission Fee: General Tastings are complimentary.

Last Updated: 5/7/2014 12:44 PM
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