Staffordsville | (540) 818-0566
Giles Mountain Vineyard and Winery is an estate winery providing unique wines that reflect our dedication to community, sustainability, and our beautiful mountainous region. Our wines capture the unique mountainous limestone and shale soils on which our grapes are produced. We take pride as the first farm winery in Giles County, Virginia.
Radford | (540) 250-7291
At an elevation of 1800 feet in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, JBR Vineyards LLC passionately produces small quantities of hand-tended classic wine grapes and hand-crafted wine. At an elevation of 1800 feet in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, JBR Vineyards LLC passionately produces small quantities of hand-tended classic wine grapes and hand-crafted wine.
Abingdon | (540) 626-2828
A 53-acre farm with 10 acres of grapes. Enjoy beautiful grounds along the South Holston River, rustic atmosphere and friendly surroundings. Tours available 12-4:30.
Blacksburg | (540) 961-2102
Our award-winning red and white wines in dry, semi-dry, semi-sweet, and sweet fashions are available for tasting, by the glass, and by the bottle Wednesday-Sunday, 12-6PM each week. Bring your own picnic or order lite fare from our chef’s daily menu. Take advantage of the property’s spectacular mountain views, on-site hiking trails, fragrant lavender garden, covered veranda, stocked ponds, hilltop pavilion, Italian tiled reception hall, outdoor patio and tiki bar, on-site French Country-style Bed & Breakfast, on-site catering, and so much more!
Max Meadows | (276) 699-2020
We welcome hikers, motorists, cyclists, motorcyclists, corporate escape artists, picnicking lovers, stressed-out lawyers, tired old hippies, Yankee tourists, and the occasional wine expert to our breezy hillside gathering place. If you’re in the area, do stop in and try our small batch, family-crafted wine. A warm, welcoming tasting room will greet you when you visit. You’re more than welcome to spend some time enjoying our award-winning offerings on the patio or relaxing in front of our stone fireplace.
AmRhein Wine Cellars, a family-owned winery since 1999, is at 2500 feet and located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at milepost 136. Only 20 minutes from the Roanoke Valley and less than two hours from Charlottesville, Lynchburg and Greensboro, NC. Specializing in Virginia-style wines from 100% estate grown grapes with 35,000 vines in 3 vineyard locations producing over 15 different wines. Sit on the Veranda and enjoy the cool mountain breezes, while sampling our award-winning wines!
Dugspur | (276) 398-2337
At Foggy Ridge Cider in the Virginia Blue Ridge Mountains, Cidermaker Diane Flynt combines innovation and tradition. Over 30 American, English and French apple varieties—ugly and hard to grow but full of the tannin, acid and aroma needed for fine cider—are blended to create a traditional hard cider crafted with modern techniques.
Floyd | (540) 593-2865
Your Destination for Wine Tours, Tastings, Good Friends and Fun.
Chateau Morrisette is the result of a love affair between the Morrisette family and the rural Virginia countryside. Chateau Morrisette remains an industry leader in quality wines and is located in a spectacular setting in Floyd County.
The restaurant and winery are open year-round and Special “Black Dog” Events are held throughout the year as well. The Chateau presents a relaxing yet exciting experience for anyone who enjoys fine wine, gourmet fare and beautiful natural surroundings.
Our map combines the location of hikes, waterfalls, scenic overlooks, picnic areas, restaurants and lodging in the park with the approximate location of vineyards, restaurants and Inns you’ll find in the foothills below.
The wineries on the Monticello Wine Trail have all been inspired by Thomas Jefferson’s vision of winemaking. Come indulge in all the Monticello Wine Trail has to offer with its deep historic significance and lush vineyard views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. All of the winery members take the greatest pleasure in welcoming visitors from around the world to sample their wines, relax in the bucolic countryside and share their pride in Virginia’s wine-making heritage.