Right off Virginia’s Route 7 in Loudoun County, Virginia sits the former High Hill Market Place. The building, built in 1948 as an apple-picking and cold-storage facility for Hill High Orchard, has been reimagined in recent years as Bogati Winery.
I visited recently on a warm September day to taste Bogati’s wines and enjoy lunch on the winery’s property. Continue reading “A Taste of Argentina at Bogati Winery in Round Hill, Virginia”
Tucked down a gravel road in King George’s County, Virginia is Oak Crest Vineyard and Winery. The winery was a delightful place to stop by recently as I continue to explore the Northern Neck region of the state, and make my way through the wineries that comprise the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail (a girl’s gotta have goals, right?). Continue reading “Spiced Up and Chilled Out at Oak Crest Vineyard & Winery”
Set in an idyllic mountaintop setting in Virginia’s prominent Loudoun County wine region, Twin Oaks Tavern Winery delights with high quality wines, a riveting history, and the backdrop of the Shenandoah Valley in the distance.
I recently met with winery owner Donna Evers to tour the property and taste their wines – here’s how it went. Continue reading “Twin Oaks Tavern Winery: A Mountaintop Haven in Bluemont, Virginia”
Down a gravel dirt road and past a scattering of farm structures and tall, shady trees, we arrived at the tasting room building for Thanksgiving Farm Winery. Located in Maryland’s Anne Arundel County, my mom and I recently visited to learn more about their wines and the farm’s history. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Farm: A Winery Escape in Anne Arundel County, Maryland”