Shenandoah County is home to 8 vineyards, 2 craft breweries and 1 cidery nestled among beautiful mountain scenery.
State at Woodbine Farms for fresh baked breads and local fruit and cheeses, the perfect accompaniment as you sip wine at North Mountain Vineyards. This pet friendly vineyard offers an array of elegant wines in a charming setting. Proceed south along Route 11 to Woodstock for lunch at the Woodstock Cafe & Shoppes. Take a stroll along Main Street to All Things Virginia at the Farmhouse for a great selection of Virginia wines, snacks and locally made crafts before continuing to Shenandoah Vineyards, the oldest vineyard in the Shenandoah Valley and second oldest in the state. Return to Woodstock for dinner and a pint at the Woodstock Brewhouse. Located in a historic denim factory, the Brewhouse offers 1752 BBQ on weekends and pizzas and other light fare through the rest of the week.
Enjoy breakfast and locally roasted coffee at Jackson's Corner Cafe in New Market then start your day relaxing on the patio at Third Hill Winery at DeMello Vineyards. Enjoy a stop at Shenandoah Caverns Family of Attractions or Route 11 Chips before continuing onto Swover Creek Farm Brewery for lunch. The wood-fired pizzas are a favorite and the farm crafted sausages in freshly made pretzel roles won't dissappoint. Continue to Wolf Gap Vineyard, located on a ridgeline which affords spectacular mountain views. Round out your tour with a visit to Cave Ridge Vineyard, nestled in the foothills overlooking the Shenandoah Valley and end at The Winery at Kindred Pointe where you can also enjoy their walking trails on the premises. Enjoy dinner at Sal's Italian Bistro in Edinburg for authentic Italian cuisine.
Enjoy scratch made breakfast from Sunrise Cafe including their homemade sourdough bread. Afterwards, explore the O Shenandoah County Artisan Trail with a stop at the Shenandoah Valley Cultural Heritage Museum to learn about local history and see local art work and crafts. Stop in Heritage Mill Wine 1848 while there for a variety of wines, craft beers and cheeses. Stop at Cristina's Cafe in Strasburg for lunch followed by a stroll along King Street exploring many of the local shops and downtown murals.
Be sure to check out additional wineries, breweries and cideries in the area along The Shenandoah Spirits Trail.
Last Updated: 10/18/2016