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A 50-acre farm with 10 acres of grapes. Enjoy beautiful grounds along the South Holston River, rustic atmosphere and friendly surroundings. We are a small Virginia Farm Winery located in Abingdon on the far southwest side of Virginia near the Tri-Cities of Bristol, Johnson City and Kingsport, TN. We acquired 53 acres of land in this beautiful area and thought we would do something to keep us healthy, active and creating something. We began planning our 10 acre vineyard in 1997; planted our first 500 plants in 1998 and completed our 6000 plants by 2001. Our main grape varieties are: Cabernet Franc, Riesling, Chardonel, Traminette, Pinot Noir, Norton, Chambourcin, Viognier. Our first fermentation began with our year 2000 harvest.


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A 53-acre farm with 10 acres of grapes. Enjoy beautiful grounds along the South Holston River, rustic atmosphere and friendly surroundings. Tours available 12-4:30. Hours: Mar 15 - Dec 15. Tue.-Sat. 10-6; Sun. 12-6pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Saturday, 4/28/07. Directions: From I-81, exit 19, take US-58 east toward Damascus for 5 miles to Rt. 722. Take a right on Rt. 722; proceed 2.4 miles (road changes to Rt. 710-Alvarado.) Turn right into winery entrance. Follow grape clusters from US 58 & Rt. 722.



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