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What wineries in Virginia have the best view of wine country?
Gabrielle Amontillado
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What wineries in Virginia have the best view of wine country?

Fantastic views of Virginia await you...if you know where to look.

Wineries are a great place to visit to learn more about some of the finest wines in the country and to even see how they are made.

This is no different in Virginia, but one thing that stands out about the wineries in this state are some of the fantastic views you can enjoy while sipping away at the best that Virginia wine country as to offer. 

Here are three Virginia wineries with the best views of wine country:

Willowcroft Farm Winery
Located in Leesburg, Virginia, this beautiful winery gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy award-winning wines like the 2014 Rose of Sharon, 2013 Vidal Blanc, and tasty 2012 Petit Verdot. 

Wine tasting is only amplified by the grassy, panoramic view of Loudoun Valley and breath-taking views of the rolling Blue Ridge Mountains.

Features at the winery include a tasting room, wine shop, group tours, picnic area, and private parties. The winery also features access to the Loudoun Wine Trail, which can take you past a number of wineries, and the Tuskie's Wine Trail, which is your pathway to the finest foods in the area. Enjoy wine tastings, which cost $10 per person, during operating hours Thursday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

For more information, you can call 703-777-8161.

Willowcroft Farm Winery

Linden Vineyards
This hilly vineyard is surrounded by foliage and located on the Virginia Blue Ridge only 65 miles west of Washington, D.C. The vineyard is actually located on the grounds of an abandoned farm. 

Visitors to this winery can expect some of the best views of Virginia wine country. Sip wine or tour the winery and enjoy the clouds, fresh air, and maybe even watch the sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains. The scenic views are perfect for those looking for a thoughtful and intimate wine tasting experience.

Guests can enjoy a tasting room, open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tastings cost $8 a person. Some of the wines include a 2015 Hardscrabble Red, 2016 Rose, and a 2015 Boisseau Chardonnay. For more information, visit LindenVineyards.com

Chateau Morrisette
Home to the Black Dog Summer Music Festival, this Floyd, Virginia winery is expansive and beautiful. This large but intimate winery is surrounded by trees with a scenic view of the mountains.

In the fall season, the trees turn beautiful shades of orange and red, making for the perfect fall backdrop for weddings and special events. 

This winery is open Friday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and open Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can get a free tour of the winery with your $10 tasting fee. The unique thing about this winery is that it is child- and pet-friendly. Other features include a picnic area, private parties, weddings, a restaurant on-site, wine shop, and group tours.

Some of the wines available include a 2016 Petit Manseng and a 2012 Archival I. For more information on this winery, call 540-593-3647.

As you can see, Virginia wine country serves up both wine and wonderful and beautiful views of Virginia

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Gabrielle Amontillado

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Hi. I'm Gabrielle. My friends call me Gabby. I love food, wine, and exploring Virginia wine country.

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