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Plum Creek Winery

Plum Creek Winery

Tazwell Virginia

Located in beautiful Thompson Valley, VA, Plum Creek Winery is proud to be the first and only winery in Tazewell County. Come try all 14 delicious...

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    DuCard Vineyards Winery
    DuCard Vineyards

    DuCard Vineyards

    Limited quantity, estate grown wines in a relaxed, fun and intimate environment. Music on the patio most Saturdays, and lots of special events.

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    Little Washington Winery

    Wine Bootcamp

    WINE BOOTCAMP - Spend 2 hours with us and we'll turn you into a certified wine snob! You could call this Wine301. Led by our wine maker, Carl, this seminar is the snob free zone in plain English all about wine. Learn every thing you ever...
    Around The World in 80 Minutes Event
    Little Washington Winery

    Around The World in 80 Minutes

    Around The World in 80 Minutes - Get to know the finest wine regions in the world and why they are what they are. We'll take you on an incredible tasting journey of wine without ever needing to apply for a visa! Learn to tell your steens...

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    Heart of Appalachia Virginia Wine Region

    Vincent's Vineyard

    Experience the Grapeness

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    Vincent’s Vineyard is a family owned and operated farm which lies at the foothills of the majestic Clinch Mountain, the perfect venue for tasting wine and gatherings.  Come and “Experience the Grapeness” in a relaxing atmosphere with some good old fashioned hospitality you won't forget.  Try our fine wines that will please your palate every time!   We look forward to your visit for free wine tastings and tours!  The winery is conveniently located in Lebanon Virginia, only 1/4 mile off Route 19.

    Plum Creek Winery

    Tazwell Virginia

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    Located in beautiful Thompson Valley, VA, Plum Creek Winery is proud to be the first and only winery in Tazewell County. Come try all 14 delicious flavors

    MountainRose Vineyards

    Southwestern Virginia's Winery Gem.

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    This family-owned dream is located in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains. David Lawson had a dream that he could change a little piece of earth in Wise County, Virginia into something better.  MountainRose Vineyards planted its first vines in 1996 with several varieties on the previously mined land. Eight varieties of grapes (white: Traminette, Riesling, Vidal Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Niagara, Rkatsiteli, and red: Chancellor, and Cabernet franc) now grow here. Another three acres of young vines (Coroir noir, Chancellor, Cab franc, and Pinot noir grapes) are in future production.  Abundant in minerals, this special soil gives our wines beautiful rich colors and intense fruity flavors and aromas.

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