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Virginia has a number of wine trails that offer visitors a nicely packaged way of visiting the many wineries in the state. Each wine trail provides different features and attractions, including several with passport programs that offer reduced tasting fees for visits to multiple wineries.
The Jefferson Theater hosted the The Monticello Cup Awards ceremony this past Thursday, April 13, 2017 to celebrate the winning wines of the Monticello Wine Trail.
The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon places first in the 2017 Governor's Cup Awards. In prepared remarks, Gov. McAuliffe said, “I’m excited to
Augusta Free Press recently published sharing the results of the Governor’s Cup® Virginia Wine Competition. In total there are twenty three gold medalists of more
Godanriver.com recently published an article by Ceillie Simkiss announcing the $811,000 award received from the Virginia Tobacco Commission to Pittsylvania County for its SOVA Vineyard
VOA News Learning English recently published an interview with Virginia winemaker Matthieu Finot. The article reports that "Matthieu Finot says there is something important for
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Coyote Hole Ciderworks, LLC will build a new cidery in Louisa County and create five new jobs. The company
WTVR in Richmond recently covered the move of Virginia, Blue Bee Cidery. The new location features a large outdoor space surrounded by four buildings with
Richmond Times-Dispatch published an article on Oct. 19th written by Jack Berninger Special Correspondent. The article discusses the history of Barboursville Vineyards and their position
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