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The Dog and Oyster Vineyard - Tasting Notes Review
Emma Holman

The Dog and Oyster Vineyard - Tasting Notes

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...
Winery Review: Paradise Springs Review
Sarah @GrapePairings

Winery Review: Paradise Springs

When I am in the mood for good wine but not in the mood to drive, Paradise Springs is my answer. Not only is it close to DC (it's actually the closest winery to DC), but the wines are extraordinary! In fact, five of their wines won gold...

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Arterra Winery - Where Earth and Art Combine

Winery Review

The Corkscrew Concierge 2420 Article rating: 5.0

Located in Delaplane VA, Arterra, which means “Art of the Land” is both winery and gallery. Winery owner Sandy Gray-Murray is also an artist and runs Hawkmoth Arts. So, while you’re getting your wine on, you can also enjoy (and shop for) Sandy’s beautiful art which encompasses a variety of media from ceramics to paintings to etched glass.

Winery Review: Paradise Springs

Highly Awarded Winery Tucked Away in Clifton Virginia.

Sarah @GrapePairings 2340 Article rating: 4.4

When I am in the mood for good wine but not in the mood to drive, Paradise Springs is my answer. Not only is it close to DC (it's actually the closest winery to DC), but the wines are extraordinary! In fact, five of their wines won gold medals at the 2018 Virginia Governor’s Cup!

Greenhill Winery Review

Foremost boutique destination winery in Loudoun County, Virginia

Sarah @GrapePairings 1916 Article rating: 5.0

Greenhill Winery and Vineyards is undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous Virginia wineries that I have visited. It is in the middle of a county known for it hillsides, views, land, and horses. There are 128 acres, 11 belonging to vineyards, and the other 117 belonging to land for Polo Fields, tasting house/area, and a Farm Store. Yes, the surrounding areas are beautiful, but the winery itself is also stunning. They recently renovated the building in January 2016 to include both rustic and modern aesthetics.

The Dog and Oyster Vineyard - Tasting Notes

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

Emma Holman 55 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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