9 Reasons I Love VA Wine Country


1. The Beauty


Photo: Pippin Hill Farm FB Page
From beautiful homes, centuries old to sprawling acres of delicate vines, the Virginia countryside makes for a scenic drive.

2. The Escape

Photo: Jefferson Vineyards FB Page
A short trip from most Virginia cities, is a completely different world. Relax in the quiet beauty of a Virginia winery with a loved one and let your urban troubles melt away.

3. Supporting Local Businesses

Photo: Good Luck Cellars
When you buy a Virginia wine, you can be sure that the money goes to supporting your fellow Virginians. In fact, you might even get to meet the winemakers themselves.

4. Strolls In The Vineyards

Photo: The Winery At Kindred Pointe FB Page
There’s nothing quite as magical as a walk among the grapevines of a lovely vineyard at dusk.

5. They’re So Close By

Photo: Wikimedia
Virginians have the comfort of knowing that a short drive can lead to a calming yet grand location.

6. Tastings

Photo: Williamsburg Winery FB Page
Wine tastings are the perfect place to bond and reconnect with visiting family members or old friends. Laugh together and enjoy the unique flavor of Virginia.

7. The Live Music

Photo: Glass House Winery FB Page
If music is more your thing, you can be sure that any day, there is a winery with live music to listen to while you enjoy your favorite wines.

8. The Dogs

Photo: Beliveau Estate FB Page
It isn’t hard to find a friendly face in the Virginia countryside, but not one friendlier than a winery dog. Most Virginia vineyards have at least one furry little mascot.

9. The Wine!

Photo: Stone Mountain Vineyards FB Page
There’s no doubt about it. Virginia has an extensive variety of wines. If your looking for a sparkling zing, a fruity note, or more specifically, a Gewurztraminer, they can all be found in the beautiful vineyards of Virginia.

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Maggie Comeau, Content Manager

Maggie Comeau is the content manager of Scoutology. Her favorite things to write about are sweets, brunch and burgers.

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