Winery and Vineyard Estate in Loudoun County

Photography courtesy of Marco Castaneira, Ken Garrett, Yulia Mikhalchuk, and David Molina. 

 

Side view of Tasting Room facility.

Side view of Tasting Room facility.

TASTING ROOM

A picturesque setting attracts visitors from  Washington D.C., and surrounding areas. The iconic barn structure provides a warm welcome and rural feel experience.

Vineyard in the Spring.

Vineyard in the Spring.

vineyard and Property

The estate currently offers 23 Acres under vine.  The soil has been tested for more plantations of up to 100 acres.  With a current shortage of Virginia grapes, this farm is an excellent investment opportunity. 

Library Tasting Room in the cellar.

Library Tasting Room in the cellar.

winery

The Winery is equipped with stainless steel tanks, pumps, 218 French oak Barrels ranging in age, de-stemer, bladder press, barrel racks, and a gravity flow crush pad.

A Warm and Inviting Entrance

 

The Property is accessed by Mountain road, a well travelled two-lane road connecting to State Route 9 (Charles Town Pike), which connects Northern Portions of Loudoun County, and Maryland. The winery is accessed by 3500 feet of 15 foot wide private gravel road maintained by the owners.  

 

 
Driveway access from Mountain Road.

Driveway access from Mountain Road.

Driveway access from Mountain Road.

Driveway access from Mountain Road.


About Loudoun County, DC's Wine Country

 

Only 45 miles from Washington DC, with 8.9 million residents (and an additional 21 million annual visitors) in the Greater Washington Metropolitan area, Loudoun County is positioned in a sizable and diverse market. As one of Virginia’s fastest growing areas for wineries,  46 at present,  it’s close proximity to Washington DC and its greater metropolitan area makes it a premier location, and giving it the title of “DC’s Wine Country”.

 

 

New Vineyard Blocks.

New Vineyard Blocks.

The Virginia Wine Industry

Northern Virginia is a sanctuary for everyone.  Not only are the sites magnificent, visitors to Northern Virginia are enticed with entertaining and historic destinations in every corner.  Across the Northern Virginia area, exists a large number farm wineries.  The rolling landscape, with relative elevations, and its rich soils from eons of granite and sandstone erosion, gives good air and drainage for wine grapes.  Add the usually moderate winters and a generous growing season and the result is very productive terroir for winemaking grapes. Northern Virginia wineries are increasingly producing fine examples of quality wine from Virginia.  These include Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chambourcin, Chardonnay, Merlot, Norton, Petit Verdot, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Seyval, Vidal Blanc, Traminette.

Merlot Grapes  

Merlot Grapes

 

Crush Pad at Harvest

Crush Pad at Harvest