Coziest Virginia Wineries for Winter Wine Tasting
Escape the cold winter wind, with a warm fireplace and bottle of wine.
This article has been updated for 2020.
Wine country in Virginia is dotted with cute and cozy tasting rooms that ooze comfort and warmth on cold winter days. Get out of your cramped house or apartment and relax by the fireplace in one of these super cozy tasting rooms.
The Winery at Kindred Pointe - Mt Jackson Virginia
Winery at Kindred Pointe
The cozy tasting room at Winery at Kindred Point features two fireplaces: a wood fire burning and a gas fire burning. You'll enjoy comfortable seating of leather sofas and padded chairs. The tasting room is in a renovated horse barn so the feel of warm wood siding surrounds you on all the walls. They don't allow pets in the tasting room except for the winery dog Oscar. He gets to enjoy the gas fireplace after hours.
Bluestone Vinyard - Bridgewater Virginia
New Tasting Room
Bluestone Vineyard has just completed a new tasting room. The large space features a fireplace surrounded by comfy sofas which are perfect for the upcoming winter season. The new space also has an abundance of indoor seating for you to enjoy. Invite your friends, bring some food, and catch up on life over a bottle of wine. On the slightly warmer days, you can enjoy the heat lamps, fire pits, and outdoor fireplace.
Barren Ridge Vineyards - Fishersville Virginia
Barren Ridge Vineyards
Cozy warm fireplace.
Walk just a few steps into the tasting room and you can feel the Barren Ridge difference. It’s relaxed. It’s a place you want to spend time with friends and family. Relax, eat together, and enjoy the wine. The transformed apple packing barn makes for a rustic and cozy tasting room that features the original ceiling and a large stone wood-burning fireplace. The bar is made of reclaimed wood from the original barn. It’s a winery where even people who are unfamiliar with the place feel at ease and a sense of warmth.
Gadino Cellars - Washington Virginia
Escape cold winter temperatures at Gadino Cellars. Explore the full tasting menu at the bar or warm up with a glass of wine by the fireplace and enjoy beautiful views of the vineyard and the Rappahannock countryside. There is something for everyone, including four-legged guests on leashes and children.
So stop hibernating, shake off those winter blahs and get out and enjoy Virginia wine country.
Editors Note: This article was updated to remove Desert Rose Ranch Winery which closed in December 2020.
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