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Renaming of a Virginia Wine Trail

whitefences1The Northern Neck Wine Trail has been renamed as the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail. While many people are familiar with the Chesapeake Bay, others question where Virginia’s Northern Neck region is located.

We had the opportunity to visit several of the wineries located in this region last week. Varying in size and style, they all offered a different experience for visitors. If you are looking for a rustic experience with camping, fishing and picnic grounds stop at Belle Mount Winery. Perhaps you would enjoy the elegant style wineries at New Kent Winery or Potomac Point Vineyard & Winery.

Do you want to view a unique piece of sculpture? Check out the entrance at White Fences Vineyard and Winery. The tasting room at Vault Field Vineyards is decorated with lights, flowers and candles. Athena Vineyards & Winery offers a delightful ambience featuring Athena, the goddess of wisdom. All of these wineries have lovely views of vineyards. The Oak Crest Vineyard & Winery tasting room offers artist quality selections created by area artists. Ingleside Plantation Winery is the oldest established winery on the wine trail. The Hague Winery located in Hague, Virginia will open in May of 2009. Each winery offers a unique facility to visit and enjoy conversation and wine.

Cheers!

Kathy

2 Comments

  1. Posted June 4, 2009 at 7:37 am | Permalink

    Great post! Just wanted to let you know you have a new subscriber- me!

  2. Jennifer
    Posted September 8, 2009 at 11:37 am | Permalink

    We have here in Temecula, Ca a trail also called the De Portola Wine trail. It has wonderful wineries that overlook the beautiful vineyards of our region. After going to a few of the trail wineries I finished my wine tasting at a beautiful winery called Falkner Winery. They have a beautiful view overlooking the valley! Try their 2006 Cabernet! To die for!

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