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Wine Tasting

& Menu

Our Current

White Wines

2022 Seyval Blanc

We aged estate-grown Seyval Blanc in stainless steel, resulting in a medium- to full-bodied white reminiscent of a refreshing sauvignon blanc. Look for citrus notes such as grapefruit zest on the nose and palate, the brightness of the grape’s acidity throughout, and a bold finish.

2016 Chardonnay

A Featuring grapes from hilltop vineyards, this chardonnay was aged for 6 months in 1/3 new French oak and underwent full malolactic fermentation, creating a creamy medium-bodied wine with notes of citrus, pear, and almonds. You will find a flavorful front and clean finish while its moderate acidity makes this a versatile food pairing wine.

2018 Petit Manseng

A light, dry wine with notes of pear, citrus, pineapple, and subtle oak. It has a pleasing lower acidity while the tannins linger on the finish. Delightfully complex, especially for a wine from this challenging harvest year.

Red Wines

Barrel fermented with 13% New French Oak, 13% two-year-old oak, and 13% one-year-old oak then aged on its fermentation lees (yeast). This lightly oaked Chardonnay completed partial malolactic fermentation, which produces a creamy finish.

2018 Run for the Rosé

A soft, smooth rosé with melon and tropical fruit on the nose, strawberry and rhubarb on the palate, and just 0.2% residual sugar. This rosé features red Bordeaux grapes from across the Commonwealth that were cool fermented in stainless steel to preserve and highlight the wine’s crisp acidity and delicate flavors.

2017 Chambourcin

A 2021 Virginia Governor’s Cup Silver Medal winner! Estate-grown chambourcin aged for 24 months in new American oak and left unfiltered. This richer, more complex chambourcin features notes of vanilla and warm spices with prominent tannins and a slightly creamy finish.

2019 Picasso

A 2022 Virginia Governor’s Cup Gold Medal winner! An estate-grown blend of petit verdot, chambourcin, and cabernet sauvignon that was aged for 24 months in new American oak. This is a medium- to full-bodied dry red that expresses smoke, black currant, cherry, and oak on the nose and follows with a deep and complex palate of spices, smoke, oak, fruit, and leather with grippy tannins.

Food

 We always have a selection of tasty snacks on hand including cheeses from Shenandoah Valley Family Farms and Hunter's Reserve game sausages. These are delicious on top of a Ritz or one of the variety of Olina's Bakehouse Crackers (some are even gluten free).

Or, feel free to bring your own food and have something to eat while you enjoy our wine.

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