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Named for an original owner of the property, nineteenth-century Virginia Governor James Barbour, Barboursville Vineyards is among the most historic of the Charlottesville area’s wineries. In addition to award-winning wines sold across the country, Barboursville is also known for the ruins of the original Thomas Jefferson-designed mansion that provide romantic ambience for strolling after wine tasting or dining at Palladio restaurant.
Creating small-batch wines that reflect the Virginia terroir, Burnley Vineyards offers tastings Friday to Sunday. The tasting room features post-and-beam architecture and a festive mural. An outdoor seating area offers views of gently rolling hills.
Built on a farm that has been in operation since before there were interstates, Chisholm Vineyards at Adventure Farm welcomes visitors each weekend for wine tastings, live music, and special events. The farm offers overnight accommodations for up to 12 and can provide pasture-raised beef for weddings and corporate retreats.
Come for the award-winning wine, hand crafted chocolate, and live music. Stay at the bed and breakfast, complete with saltwater hot tub and pool. Glass House Winery offers an unmatched experience in its climate-controlled tropical conservatory. The beautiful grounds are perfect for a picnic.
Hark Vineyards is a family-owned and family-friendly operation, and dogs are welcome on the property but must be leashed. Bring a picnic or enjoy cheese and charcuterie from the tasting room. Come for live music and stay for wine by the glass or bottle.
Down-to-earth wine tastings at Horton allow you to choose from more than 40 varieties of wine. Go home with bottles of your favorite and recipes to match. The passionate and knowledgeable staff can answer all your questions about their winemaking methods.
Reynard Florence Vineyard offers an intimate and relaxed experience. The tasting room is perfect for couples and small groups. The firepit and patio offer cozy outdoor seating while the lawn allows for plenty of social distancing. Come Sundays to catch some New Orleans Jazz.
A pet-, picnic- and family-friendly environment, Stone Mountain offers breathtaking views from the spacious patio overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains. Make a reservation for a tour of the Stone Mountain wine cave or drop in to visit the tasting room. Covered seating outside is also available.
Stop by White Hall Vineyards after a hike and swim at the nearby Sugar Hollow swimming hole. Enjoy a picnic on the shaded lawn or a visit to the tasting room. See where the wine-making magic happens in a modern production area. Bring your pet and enjoy award-winning wine.