Wineries sold over 520,000 cases, roughly 6.25 million bottles in the 2014 fiscal year.
- Barrel Thief adding outdoor seating – “Wish us luck on our ABC patio approval!”
It is with a heavy heart, and heavier liver, that I submit this, the last in our series on Virginia Wines. And I can summarize my takeaways in one simple sentence…
If you know where to look (and are willing to pay for it) you can score a rare bottle from a classic Virginia vintage.
Nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, polo matches at King Family make for a dramatic spectacle, even if you don’t have a clue what’s going on.
They exist! And you should visit them.
In case the stunning mountain views and beautiful country roads weren’t enough, the Shenandoah Valley offers up some great wine to boot.
Two wineries in NOVA make for an easy (and history-filled) weekend getaway.
Although Richmond is coming into its own as a craft beer mecca of sorts, Secco Wine Bar is making sure we learn to appreciate the charm of carefully fermented grapes by offering Drink Something Different wine classes.