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Bogati Winery

Bogati Winery

Argentine Bodega Inspired Winery

Bogati Winery is a small winery and wine bar located in the old Hill High Orchard building on Rt 7 in western Loudoun County, near Round Hill, Purcellville and Leesburg. Easily accessible from Northern Virginia, Fairfax County, Arlington, Alexandria and Washington, D.C., the goal of Bogati Winery is to provide a respite and escape from the hustle and bustle, a place to enjoy and explore our hand-made, Virginian wine a world away from traffic and the DC commute.

Bogati is owned and operated by the Bogaty family (of Veramar Vineyard acclaim). Two generations of our family pour our hearts and souls into crafting the best wine imaginable from grapes we grow right here in Virginia. When you step into Bogati's doors, you enter a world of winemaking that goes back thousands of years and spans the globe. From Malbec to Seyval Blanc to our signature "Fat Ass Red" blend, we want every wine we create to give our guests the best experience that Virginia wine can offer.

Our chic, unique tasting room and outdoor terrace are perfect as a place to savor our wines and simply relax and meet friends. We also offer free, high-speed wifi in our tasting room for those who want to bring a laptop and be productive. And since our space is so wonderfully rich in character and class, the venue is perfect for intimate wedding ceremonies, receptions and other private parties when you need an event venue near Leesburg or Purcellville, and an easy drive from Washington, D.C

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  • Northern Virginia Region
AVAShenandoah Valley AVA
Tasting Fee$0.00
Reserve Tasting Fee$0.00
Tour Fee$0.00
WinemakerJustin Bogaty
Wine Trail
  • Loudoun Wine Trail

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