Virginia’s Piedmont, America’s Wine Country, is a wine region in Central Virginia spanning 11 counties, known as the Virginia Piedmont. The region boasts some of the finest wineries in Virginia, totaling over 114 wineries within a two-hour drive.
Together, the counties cover territory defined to the north by the Washington, D.C. suburbs and to the South by Thomas Jefferson’s beloved Charlottesville.
Come and taste the wines that are born in Virginia, as were George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Madison and Monroe. Virginia’s Piedmont was the home of Robert E. Lee, John S. Mosby and so many others who shaped America and is a place that witnessed some of the key battles of the Civil War. This is why the Virginia Piedmont is America’s Wine Country.
Wines from the region have already distinguished themselves in statewide and national competitions and are served in some of the finest restaurants and inns in the nation. Now they find themselves banding together to serve as a magnet for tourists in the extended region, the nation, and the world.
County Partners in the initiative include: Loudoun, Prince William, Culpeper, Fauquier, Rappahannock, Spotsylvania, Madison, Orange, Fluvanna, Greene, and Louisa.
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Last Updated: 04/27/2016
Holliday Lake State Park
Appomattox, VA 245222.36 MI
RT 618 & RT 24
Appomattox, VA 245224.67 MI
2644 Union Church Road
Buckingham, VA 239215.69 MI
1842 Hollywood road
Appomattox, VA 254225.74 MI
Off Rt 460 bordering Appomattox and Buckingham Counties
Farmville, VA 239016.21 MI