Patrick County, Virginia
Come to the wineries in and around Patrick County to have a taste of the Blue Ridge Mountains! Each winery in this tour sits in picturesque settings with friendly staff and plenty of open-air seating areas. Each winery has it’s own unique tastes and history which they will be happy to share with you. Enjoy a tasting and take in the beauty that is Patrick County.
1 day | 3 stops
STOP 1: Stanburn Winery
Since 1999, the Stanley family has owned and operated a 16-acre vineyard in rural, scenic Patrick County, Va. They now take their passion for growing grapes to bring you their wines bursting with flavor. They nurture six grape varieties including, Chardonnay, Traminette, Cabernet Franc, Vidal Blanc, and Barbera. They offer 12 wines including Vidal Blanc, Chardonnay, Traminette, Highly (semi-sweet blend), Bull's Blush (semi-sweet blend), Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Franc Reserve, Chambourcin, Big A Red (dry, red blend), Barbera, Poorhouse (sweet red), and Meadow Breeze (sweet white). Have a tasting and sit out on the covered crush pad to enjoy the views of their vineyard, rustic farmhouse, and Virginia LOVE sign. Don't miss their "Stompin' Saturday" wine festivals in the Summertime!
STOP 2: Villa Appalaccia Winery
STOP 3: Chateau Morrisette Winery
Chateau Morrisette is a third-generation, family-owned and operated winery in the heart of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. They look forward to your visit and showing everyone all they have to offer. When visiting them, enjoy the rustic elegance of their restaurant, serving estate and regionally grown produce and beef. Free concerts are hosted every Sunday in their courtyard through October. Additionally, they offer other special events year-round so please check out the calendar on their website. Spend the afternoon and savor a glass of Wine, Cider, or Noble Fizz while admiring their views; ranked among the top restaurant views in America.
Their winery is open year-round. With cooler weather approaching, they have outdoor fire pits to enjoy with a glass of our cold or warmed cider. Find them along the Blue Ridge Parkway at Mile Marker 171.5