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Virginia isn’t necessarily on every wine lover’s radar. But maybe it should be.  The East Coast upstart is now the nation’s fifth largest wine producer (only California, Washington, New York and Oregon make more) and fifth in the number of wineries (275 and counting).  “The best Virginia wines are underpriced compared to what’s out there in the world.”

Michael Shaps has long been a consultant and contract winemaker for a majority of Virginia’s top vineyards. Now, his own family-run production on the outskirts of

I love the view and wine at Linden Vineyards located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Virginia wineries are so beautiful!

I love the view and wine at Linden Vineyards located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Virginia wineries are so beautiful!

Keswick Touriga. Love this red wine. A good winery to visit if you make it to Virginia.

Love this red wine. A good winery to visit if you make it to Virginia.

Small tasting room and gift shop.  Lots of wines to try.  Nice seating outside.  The day we were there they were so over crowded it was tough to get through for anything.  A long line for everything.  I wanted to jump back there and help them!

Glen Allen, VA - Live music at James River Cellars at Fridays on the Patio and Sundays in the Shade.

Muse Vineyards winner, 2015 governor's case

Muse Vineyards winner, 2015 governor's case

North Gate Winery   Purcellville, VA

Purcellville Photos - Featured Images of Purcellville, Loudoun County

Barboursville Vineyards (Barboursville, Virginia) - The South’s Best Vineyards - Southernliving. Like much of the area, Barboursville is steeped in Jeffersonian history—the former President designed the 1800s mansion for Virginia Governor James Barbour—and now operates as a winery and inn. Damaged in a fire in the late 19th century, the home’s ruins are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and on full display for visitors who tour the vineyard.   17655 Winery Road

The South’s Best Vineyards

Like much of the area, Barboursville is steeped in Jeffersonian history—the former President designed the mansion for Virginia Governor James Barbour—and n

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