By Molly Frazier, Blue Ridge Mountains Travel Guide, Published: September 26, 2022
Whether you’re planning a girls’ trip, a family vacation, or a romantic getaway, visiting wineries in Virginia is a great way to see the beauty of my home state.
You’ll find an abundance of options all along the Virginia wine trails, from wineries in large mountain towns like Charlottesville and Roanoke to small towns in the Shenandoah Valley and Southwest Virginia.
There are an array of Virginia vineyards that take pride in their award-winning wines and offer beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains to soak in as you sip.
Read on for our in-depth guide to the 10 best Virginia wineries, which includes some historical background and info on their best wines, tours, tastings, and nearby accommodation options.
Best Virginia Wineries Guide
1. Jefferson Vineyards (Charlottesville)
2. Eastwood Farm and Winery (Charlottesville)
3. Afton Mountain Vineyards (Afton)
4. Crosskey Vineyards (Mt. Crawford)
5. Brix and Columns Vineyards (McGaheysville)
6. Muse Vineyards (Woodstock)
7. Ducard Vineyards (Etlan)
8. Glen Manor Vineyards (Front Royal)
9. Virginia Mountain Vineyards (Fincastle)
10. Chateau Morrisette (Floyd)
Eastwood Farm and Winery
Located on the Monticello Wine Trail, the 77-acre Eastwood Farm and Winery is a place of gathering that offers numerous noteworthy wines to sample.
Their delectable wines (which can be enjoyed on the farm or shipped directly to your home) including a rotating selection each month for Eastwood Wine Club members.
This Charlottesville winery offers perfect food pairings with their wines at three different locations on site: the Barn and Veranda, the Terrace Bar, or from their food truck.
Their weekly calendar is also full of live music events, as well as swanky food and wine events for visitors to enjoy, making it one of the best wineries in Charlottesville.