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Smell the Rosés

Andrew Cebulka - Jun 06, 2018

This spring, try some bottles with distinctly Southern terroir.

Virginia's Award-Winning Monticello Region Is Your 2018 Summer Wine Trip

Jill Barth - May 13, 2018

It's been called the birthplace of American wine, thanks to Thomas Jefferson. Like so many distinctions in American heritage, the Monticello AVA wine region in Virginia has Jefferson's fingerprints all over it and it's one of this summer's most exciting wine-tasting destinations.

Check, Please! Bay Area

Leslie Sbrocco - May 09, 2018

Thibaut-Janisson ‘Blanc de Chardonnay’ Sparkling Wine, Virginia $34

Check, Please! Bay Area

Leslie Sbrocco - May 02, 2018

2015 Michael Shaps Petit Manseng, Monticello, Virginia $30 When I tasted this deeply-hued white, I was blown away by its complexity and uniqueness.

Grown Here at Home: April is Virginia Vineyard Month

WDBJ TV by Neesey Payne - Apr 15, 2018

Whitebarrel Winery celebrates Virginia Vineyard Month with gold medal

WDBJ TV by Logan Sherrill - Apr 15, 2018

Wine & Spirits: At Virginia's Stinson Vineyards, it's quality rose times two

Richmond Times-Dispatch by Jack Berninger - Apr 10, 2018

Pop the cork on Virginia Vineyard Month

Augusta Free Press - Apr 06, 2018

How Two Italians Achieved a 200-Year Old Dream of Virginian Wine

Atlas Obscura by Eric J. Wallace - Mar 18, 2018

Central Va. Vineyards Honored in Governor's Cup Case

WVIR TV - NBC 29 by Emmy Freedman - Mar 13, 2018

An exciting new Virginia wine is ripe for the tasting

The Washington Post by Dave McIntyre - Mar 08, 2018

8 Kid Friendly Wineries in the US that Offer Fun Activities

Traveling Mom - Offer Fun Activities Mar 03, 2018

Doug Flemer, Courtney Mailey, and Eric Asimov at CHSWFF 2018

Heritage Radio Network, "The Grape Nation" by Sam Benrubi - Mar 01, 2018

Virginia Vineyards Association names 2018 Grower of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Award

WRIC by Juan Conde - Mar 01, 2018

King Family Vineyards' 2014 Meritage named 2018 Governor's Cup Winner

Augusta Free Press - Mar 01, 2018

Virginia Wines Shine (Again) at the Annual Governor's Cup Gala

Pacific San Diego by Colman Andrews - Feb 28, 2018

Virginia Wineries & Cideries You Don't Want to Miss at CHSWFF

Charleston Wine & Food Festival Blog - Feb 28, 2018

Two Virginia Grapegrowers Recognized

Wines and Vines - Feb 27, 2018

King Family Vineyards wine 2018 Governor's Cup

Roanoke Star Sentinel - Feb 27, 2018

Governor Northam Announces King Family Vineyards’ 2014 Meritage As the 2018 Governor’s Cup® Winner

Office of the Governor: Ofirah Yheskel - Feb 27, 2018

King Family Vineyards’ 2014 Meritage joins 11 other Virginia wines to comprise the 2018 Governor’s Cup Case®

Loudoun County wineries earn spots in prestigious Governor's Cup case

Loudon-Times Mirror by Sophie Desmond - Feb 26, 2018

King Family Vineyards 2014 Meritage wins the 2018 Governor's Cup

Richmond Times-Dispatch by Jack Berninger - Feb 26, 2018

Wanna Fight About Virginia?

Wine Review Online by Michael Franz - Feb 05, 2018

20 Unexpected Romantic Getaways to Book Right Now

Erin Lindholm - Jan 31, 2018

Virginia Wine Country

12 Virginia Gems for Wine Lovers

Thomas Matthews - Dec 06, 2017

My family has roots in Virginia, so I have been interested to follow the evolution of the state's wine industry. Winegrowing here began as something of a hobbyist endeavor in the late 1970s; many vintners had little background in wine, and for some, it was not their main business. It has since grown into a thriving industry, with more than 250 wineries contributing around $1.37 billion annually to the state's economy, according to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe.