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  • Virginia is for Wine Lovers

    October is Virginia Wine Month!

    Virginia Wine

    Virginia boasts 250+ wineries, each having its own signature taste.

    Find a winery

    Winery Patios and Decks

    Virginia’s vineyards are beautiful. Their patios and decks are perfect for summer evening unwinding.

    Enjoy the view

    Wine Festivals

    Sample Virginia's finest fruit in a glass at any number of festivals across the Commonwealth.


    Wine Trails

    Travel Virginia's wine trails to discover award-winning wines from intimate farm wineries to immaculate tasting rooms.

    Follow the trail

    Winery Events and Tastings

    Grab your friends and head to the nearest winery for tours, tastings and special events.

    Grab a glass
  • A Taste of the Virginia Wine Experience.

    Every glass of Virginia wine tells a unique story. Whether it’s paired with a kayak wine tasting adventure on the Eastern Shore or breathtaking mountain sunsets in the Blue Ridge Mountains, local bluegrass shows on Main Street or on the grounds of a historic site, these stories are what transform a simple glass of wine into a Virginia wine experience. Follow your passion for travel, and wine, to Virginia wineries and discover a local flavor only found in Virginia.

    Virginia is a wine destination unlike any other with 280 wineries, dozens of wine trails surrounded by lavish scenery, breathtaking views, quaint small towns and monumental historic sites.

    Wine trails allow aficionados to sip their way across the Commonwealth and experience everything from Albarino to Viognier. Be sure to include an exclusive winemaker's dinner or festival to your trail pursuit. Or, happen upon live music and hot air balloon rides.

    Stretch your stay a day or two longer when you book a travel package. Packages include winery visits, at least one night of accommodations, and frequently, meals, discounts and extra goodies.

    Many of Virginia's wineries allow pets on their patio or designated outdoor areas. Vaccinated, friendly, and leashed dogs are welcome outside, just not in tasting rooms.  Due to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) law, pets must remain outside the tasting room at all times. Dogs must kept on a leash or within a pet carrier and under the control of their owner at all times. 

    Please designate a driver. Enjoy Virginia wine responsibly.

  • Virginia Experiences

    November 16th, 2016
    Virginia is home to seven American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), which distinguish a group of wineries based on shared ...
    November 3rd, 2016
    As much as any drink, wine can taste like where it’s from.  This expression of place is called terroir, from the Latin word ...
    October 27th, 2016
    Many Virginia wineries offer elegant and charming accommodations — set amongst vineyards with spectacular views — for wine ...
    October 20th, 2016
    The Blue Ridge Mountains. Hogback Mountain. Skyline Drive. The waterways of the Chesapeake Bay. Catoctin Mountain. The ...
    October 14th, 2016
    For wine enthusiasts and U.S. history buffs, the Commonwealth of Virginia — rich with Colonial, Revolutionary, Civil War and ...
    October 6th, 2016
    Do you love drinking Virginia’s world-class wines but hate worrying about finding a designated driver? If so, we have some ...
    September 23rd, 2016
    Talk about a pairing. When you combine visiting a Virginia winery with a hike in Virginia’s bountiful natural glory, the ...
    June 3rd, 2016
      There is something innately relaxing about dining beside the water. Whether it’s a river, lake, bay, or ocean, ...
    April 21st, 2016
      With Earth Day on April 22 and Arbor Day April 29, April is viewed as the official “Earth month” in Virginia, but you ...
    April 18th, 2016
      Whether your Virginia town has just a few restaurants or more than 100, there is always an eatery that is a favorite ...
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