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9 Stellar Wines That Will Make You Rethink Virginia Vintners

Sara L. Schneider - Robb Report Jan 18, 2021

Why Virginia Wines Are Trending

Ari Bendersky - VinePair Nov 15, 2020

The Ultimate Guide to Tasting Through Virginia Wine Country

Sam Sumpter - VinePair Nov 02, 2020

Four Properties Lure Leaf Peeping Road Trippers To Virginia And Tennessee

Michael Alpiner - Forbes Sep 25, 2020

Red, Red Wine

News Staff - Virginia Living Aug 31, 2020

Tannat May Be Your New Favorite Barbecue Wine

Mark Stock - The Manual Aug 05, 2020

3 Best Day Trips from Washington, D.C.

Kristen Schott - Conde Nast Traveler Jul 31, 2020

10 Must-Visit Wineries in Virginia

Brooke Sager - TripSavvy Jul 17, 2020

Exploring 4 Standout American Petit Verdot Wines

Mark Stock - The Manual Jun 23, 2020

Have You Tried Wine from Texas, Arizona, and Virginia? All About Three Up-and-Coming U.S. Wine Regions

Sarah Tracey - Martha Stewart Jun 18, 2020

Top Virginia Wines: The 2020 Governor's Case

Jason Tesauro - Decanter May 26, 2020

'Just happy to be able to get out' | Virginia wineries reopen with added safety measures

Jess Arnold - WUSA9 May 16, 2020

With most of Virginia entering phase one of reopening this weekend, customers flocked to wineries that could seat them for the first time in months.

Raising the bar: Local wineries get creative to keep business flowing

Lindley Estes - The Free Lance-Star May 07, 2020

A Brave New World of North American Wine

Sophie Friedman - Michelin Guide Apr 20, 2020

The southern United States is better known for bourbon and whiskey, but Virginia is producing wines across 10 regions, from the Blue Ridge up to Northern Virginia.

Loudoun County vineyard wins Virginia’s top wine honor

Maia Stanley - Richmond Times-Dispatch Feb 27, 2020

10 Virginia Wines That Will Capture Your Attention

Amy Glynn - Paste Magazine Feb 26, 2020

A Very Good Year

Eileen Mellon - Richmond Magazine Feb 26, 2020

Wine News: Winner Of Virginia Governor’s Cup 2020 Announced

Jill Barth - Forbes Feb 26, 2020

868 Estate Vineyards' Passito wins Governor's Cup, the first wine made from Loudoun County fruit to earn the honor

Trevor Baratko - Loudoun Times-Mirror Feb 25, 2020

Central Virginia wineries dominate Governor’s Cup gold medals

Jeff Clabaugh - WTOP Feb 24, 2020

‘The best vintage I have experienced in Virginia’: Weather in 2019 made for wonderful wine

Kevin Ambrose - The Washington Post Jan 23, 2020

The World’s Top 10 Wine Destinations for 2020

Tim McKirdy - VinePair Jan 17, 2020

Once home to Thomas Jefferson, who, more than 200 years ago, had grand visions of a thriving wine industry in his home state and country, Virginia’s hilly Piedmont region has established itself as an attractive, convenient destination for American wine tourism.

Horton Vineyard’s Petit Manseng Is Officially the Best Wine in Virginia

Mark Stock - The Manual Dec 18, 2019

Trust me, Virginia wine is coming. Not in droves, mind you, but here and there, on the shelves of your local bottle shop or on the list of your neighborhood’s most adventurous restaurant.

Where to Go and What to Drink in an Emerging Virginia Wine Region

Shayla Martin - Dec 13, 2019

For far too long, Virginia wine has been synonymous only with central Virginia. (Thanks, Thomas Jefferson.) Due east, however, lies the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, a worthy destination comprised of the seven core cities of Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Newport News, Hampton and Suffolk. This area has been quietly building a notable wine region to call its own.

Here's Everything You Need to Know About Virginia Wine

Emily Bell - VinePair Oct 09, 2019