Vineyards was established in 1973, part of the
first wave of the rebirth of winegrowing in
The Vineyards and Winery are
located on the pre-Revolutionary estate, "Waverly",
three miles south of Middleburg, Virginia in the
rolling hills of northern Fauquier County.
Construction on the manor house, now registered as a
Virginia Historic Landmark, was begun in the mid-18th
century, around 1755 or so. It was nearly complete in
its present form by the late 19th century. Allowed to
fall into disrepair in the early 1900's, it was fully
restored in 1942 and the property operated as a dairy
farm until 1973, when the winery was established.
We invite you to spend a day in
Virginia's Hunt Country and taste the award-winning results of
thirty-five years' experience. Samples of our current
releases and other gourmet and gift items are offered
in our tasting room. Picnic tables and outdoor chairs
are available year-round.
New Hours starting January 01, 2008:
The tasting room is open Saturdays, Sundays and Monday Federal holidays from 11 am to 5 pm.
Monday - Friday please call for appointment or take your chance.
For directions or for more information, click here.
Please Note: We are
unable to accommodate weddings and other events, or groups of six or more.
Site last updated: April 15, 2008.