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Bluestone Vineyard Wins Gold Medal at San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

America's Largest Wine Competition

Emma Holman 2417 Article rating: 5.0

Virginia wines are getting noticed and so is an up and coming winery located in the center of the Shenandoah Valley.

Bluestone Vineyard earned two gold medals in the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest competition of American wines. 

The Dog and Oyster Vineyard - Tasting Notes

Winery of the Hope and Glory Inn, Virginia's Northern Neck

Emma Holman 2872 Article rating: 5.0

It’s hard to drive past the entrance to The Dog & Oyster Vineyard, without knowing immediately it’s a vineyard. After meandering through the charming town of Irvington, and just when you reach the point that you think you’re heading back into the country, you see them. Really, it would be impossible not to see them. In one of the flattest areas in the state stands two 40-foot tall corkscrews silently welcoming you to enter.

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