A Wine Getaway in Northern Virginia

Find the Sweet Spot Among Virginia's Wineries - Escape to a delicious weekend of wine and indulgence.

Day 1


Arrive in the beautiful northern Shenandoah Valley to enjoy an afternoon tasting at Berryville's Veramar Vineyard, a beautiful 100-acre estate. Village Square Restaurant in historic Winchester is a great place to unwind over dinner. You'll be delighted with an overnight stay at the Smithfield Farm Bed & Breakfast, a 350-acre working farm in Berryville, or Old Waterstreet Inn in Winchester. Either setting affords amazing views of the Valley's beauty.

Day 2


Travel east on Route 7 into Loudoun County for some antiquing and a farm-to-table lunch at Grandale Restaurant, featured by Travel + Leisure Magazine. Dedicate the afternoon to slow sipping and light fare. Right under your nose is North Gate Vineyard in Purcellville and Dry Mill Vineyards & Winery in Leesburg. With 50+ wineries in Loudoun County, perhaps there is a festival to plan your getaway around.

Continue south to Middleburg. If your travel plans happen to overlap one of Market Salamander's food and wine dinners, you're in for a real treat! If not, The French Hound offers a fabulous, authentic French menu by Leesburg-native Chef de Cuisine John-Gustin Birkitt.

Relax comfortably tonight at Salamander ResortGoodstone Inn & Restaurant or Red Fox Inn - all hugely popular, exquisite accommodations.

Day 3


After breakfast, head just a few miles south to The Plains and Fauquier County's Wine Trail. Your first stop is Barrel Oak Winery in Delaplane. You'll find a sweet Chocolate Lab dessert wine awaiting your sip!

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