Featured Shenandoah Valley Wineries

CrossKeys Vineyards

CrossKeys Vineyards

State of the Art Winery in the Shenandoah

From the first plantings in 2002 to the opening of the state of the art facility in May of 2008, CrossKeys seeks to welcome guests to discover,...
Briede Family Vineyards

Briede Family Vineyards

Foremost boutique destination vineyard located in Winchester, Virginia

Paul and Loretta Briedé of Winchester, Virginia, established the Briedé Family Vineyards in 2013. They envisioned creating a...

Shenandoah Valley Wine Region

Winchester Ciderworks


707 Article rating: 3.0

We produce handcrafted Hard Cider from apples predominantly grown in the Shenandoah Valley. Each batch we make is dependent upon Mother Nature and not made from apple concentrate. The care we take in the making them is apparent when customers drink the ciders

Old Hill Cider

Showalter’s Orchard

856 Article rating: 4.0

Old Hill Cider is beginning the fifth year of production at Showalter’s Orchard. The Showalter family has been growing apples for 50 years, and blending and pressing fresh, sweet apple cider for more than 40 years, Old Hill Cider is the Shenandoah Valley’s first hard cidery. Cidermaker, Shannon Showalter, crafts ciders in innovative ways that honor early American Cidermakers. 

Winery at Kindred Pointe

Wine and Hard Cider

711 Article rating: 3.8

The Winery at Kindred Pointe is located on 58 acres in Shenandoah County, 5 miles west of Mount Jackson, Virginia. Panoramic views and rolling pastures surround the tasting room which is located in a renovated horse barn. Kindred Pointe is a perfect place to enjoy a peaceful, beautiful setting while sipping a glass of wine with friends and family. We are conveniently located 5 miles west of I-81 with great logistics: good roads and driveway, convenient parking, handicap accessible.

Briede Family Vineyards

Foremost boutique destination vineyard located in Winchester, Virginia

1479 Article rating: 5.0

Paul and Loretta Briedé of Winchester, Virginia, established the Briedé Family Vineyards in 2013. They envisioned creating a vineyard using sustainable practices to grow healthy, flavorful grapes. The vineyard is a group effort of the Briedé family.

Shenandoah Vineyards

Shenandoah Valley Oldest. Founded 1976

305 Article rating: 3.0

Shenandoah Vineyards, founded in 1976, is Shenandoah Valley's oldest winery and is also the second oldest winery in Virginia. Award-winning wines made in the European tradition using modern techniques and. We have a wine for every palate and every occasion. The winery is in an old Civil War era barn. Come experience the tours and tastings of our wines, enjoy a picnic on the decks overlooking the vineyard and the beautiful Massanutten mountains, and shop in our unique wine-related gift shop.

Wisteria Farm & Vineyard

Farm Winery

548 Article rating: 2.0

We are located in the Shenandoah Valley in Page county, known for its rural character and scenic beauty, between the towns of Luray and Stanley. Our small farm winery is nestled on the western slope of the Blue Ridge mountains. All of our wine is crafted from 100% estate-grown grapes. This is a working farm and vineyard; we also have a flock of natural-colored Romney sheep as well as free-roaming chickens.

Valerie Hill Vineyard & Winery

Preserving the Shenandoah Valley

288 Article rating: 4.0

Valerie Hill Vineyard & Winery is a family owned and operated farm winery born from our commitment to preserve the rural beauty of the Commonwealth, our desire to build a legacy for future generations of our family, and our passion for Virginia wine. Located just south of Winchester near Stephens City, Virginia, our 18 acre farm is steeped in history. The focus of our winery is our Tasting House, a Federal style brick manor house dating back to 1807 and the namesake of our business - Valerie Hill.

Third Hill at DeMello Vineyards

Good wines and amazing views of the Shenandoah Valley

292 Article rating: 2.0

Edward and Wendy DeMello planted their first three acres of vines in 2006 and added another three in 2009. Sadly, the vines were diseased when they arrived for planting and the entire vineyard had to be pulled up and replanted in 2014-2015. So there are a few wines available from estate grapes, but until the new plantings begin to bear fruit, they are sourcing from nearby vineyards. Indeed all the grapes are sourced within Shenandoah County.

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