Virginia Is For Winery Tours
Virginia Wine Tours
Thomas Jefferson loved good wine so much he created a vineyard on his own property, Monticello. It was his dream to see the Virginia countryside dotted with outstanding wineries.
Virginia has some of the finest wineries in the world. With over 280 wineries offering up their own special blends of wines and personality and dozens of wine trails, Virginia wineries offer exceptional experiences.
It’s here that visitors can kayak to a winery or enjoy bluegrass music while sipping local wines. You can also sample regional wines at a national park, or even enjoy wine at a national historic landmark.
With such a varied venue, you’ll definitely find the perfect way to lift your glass and toast.
How Can You Celebrate Your Love Of Virginia Wine?
Wine Festivals–Who doesn’t love a wine festival? Fun and friends are an excellent complement for enjoying a wine destination like Virginia. True to our wine-loving nature, we offer many annual wine festivals around the state. Here’s a list of upcoming festivals. This page also has a link with more festivals available in the Commonwealth.
Wineries–Take some time and plan a Virginia winery tour. There are so many beautiful vineyards to choose from. Here’s a list to get you started.
Wine Events–Virginia is a wine destination with many wine events to choose from! Restaurants serve up specialties like chocolate and wine tastings, romantic wines to fall in love with and supper clubs. Get the full scoop here.
Wine Trails–Food, tastings, and events! Take a tour of some of the most beautiful and prestigious vineyards in the world. Along Smith Mountain Lake in the Blue Ridge Mountains alone, you’ll find five wineries to visit.
The Chesapeake Bay offers 12 different wineries to tour. So many choices! Here’s a full list of Virginia winery trails.
B & B’s–Be sure to pair your Virginia winery experience with an inn or bed and breakfast. That will make your experience truly memorable!