Westbrook Farm Vineyard and Tasting Room
Come explore Orange County’s newest family-owned winery, Woodbrook Farm Vineyard and Tasting Room. Once a farm which raised championship horses now aims for championship wines. They offer tastings, light fare, and live music.
The Barn at 678
Come to The Barn at 678 and relax in the barn-style tasting room or take a seat outside and enjoy the live music while sampling some delicious wines. With plenty of seating and great views, you’re sure to have a great time!
Southern Revere Cellars
Nestled along the same road as Jack Jouett’s Historic Ride is Southern Revere Cellars which is both a winery and Brewery. Here you can experience a unique blend of family-owned charm, activities, live music, and delicious food.
Enjoy a glass of fine Virginia wine while you experience Early Mountain’s cozy yet refined atmosphere with live music, food, and tastings. Sample Early Mountain’s sumptuous locally produced wines and find the perfect bottle to take home.
Michael Shaps Wineworks
Local celebrity wine maker Michael Shaps is known for his old-world approach to new-world pizzaz. This humble tasting venue offers Michael Shaps Virginia wine and his imported French Burgundies from his estate in Meursault France.
Hill Top Winery & Meadery
Try some fruit wine or mead for a unique tasting experience. Hill Top incorporates a variety of fruits to produce their wine from dry blueberry to sweet cherry wine. For something truly different taste the historical honey meads.
Honah Lee Vineyard
Looking for a full wine tasting experience? Honah Lee, supplies grapes to nearby wineries, producing 15 distinct varietals and its own labels, which means there is a variety of tasty wines such as blends and dry to semi-dry to choose from.
Imbibe in a glass of Chardonnay while enjoying a picnic under the great oak tree which graces the property of this modest estate. This boutique-style winery specializing in small batch wine production is just South of Charlottesville.
Valley Road Vineyards
Make this readily located winery off 151, your first stop. Comfy chairs with nice views are situated on multiple decks, some with a covering that is perfect for rainy weather. Because there are so many decks it never feels overcrowded.
Palatial and as extravagant as the name would suggest, this winery is known best for its sparkling wines and Cru (fortified Chardonnay). Check out the ever-rotating events calendar where different activities are available all year long.