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Acclaimed Virginia Wines

Virginia consistently ranks as a “must visit” wine state in the national media, and it’s no surprise why. Virginia wines have been awarded regionally and nationally and are heralded in the national wine media, standing alongside perennial favorites California and other wine-growing regions, like New York and Washington state.

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Barboursville Vineyards

Nestled in the rolling hills of Virginia’s Piedmont region, Barboursville Vineyards has been recognized among the top 101 wineries in the United States. Wine Advocate magazine has hailed their Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve as one of its “amazing wines” and their Cabernet Sauvignon and Viognier both won medals in the 2017 Virginia Governor’s Cup (a Silver for the Cabernet Sauvignon and a Bronze for the Viognier). Barboursville’s winemaker, Luca Paschina, has also been recognized for his wine-making skill in Vineyard & Winery Management magazine and as a James Beard Foundation semifinalist in the “Outstanding Wine, Beer or Spirits Professional” category. He was even awarded an “Order of Merit” from his home country of Italy for his work in the world of wine.

Horton Vineyards

Horton Vineyards

The distinctive building with the look of a medieval castle that can be seen from the country road just outside Gordonsville is home to Horton Vineyards, one of Virginia’s oldest and most acclaimed wineries. Only four years after opening, a Horton wine won first place at a California tasting competition, inspiring other Virginia vineyards to cultivate grape varieties from the warm regions of  France, perfect for Virginia's climate. In the quest for  the right grapes for Virginia, Horton Vineyards also explored native varieties. Horton’s Norton, a bold red wine, is made from the Norton grape, an American black grape created around 1820 by Dr. Daniel Norton right here in Virginia. The late Dennis Horton, the winery founder, was awarded the Gordon W. Murchie Lifetime Achievement Award at 2011’s Virginia Governor’s Cup Gala, and the 

Trump Winery

Trump Winery

Just outside of Charlottesville, Trump Winery produces award-winning sparkling, red and fortified wines. Trump Blanc de Blanc, a white sparkling wine, won gold in the 2019 Virginia Governor’s Cup, as well as picking up a Sparkling Sweepstake win at this year’s San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Likewise, the Trump Sparkling Rose won a gold at this year’s Virginia Governor’s Cup and double gold at the San Francisco International Wine Competition. Not to be outdone, Trump’s red wines also fared well, nabbing gold at this year’s Virginia Governor’s Cup for the New World Reserve and a gold at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition for the Cabernet Sauvignon. Trump Cru, a fortified wine, received a Platinum award in the Virginia Wine Lover Magazine Wine Classic.

Williamsburg Winery

Williamsburg Winery

Virginia’s largest winery, Williamsburg Winery produces nearly 60,000 cases of wine each year from their beautiful winery a quick fifteen-minute drive from the Colonial Williamsburg historic area. Their Steel-Fermented Chardonnay brought home a Virginia Governor’s Cup Silver this year, while their Viognier was awarded a Bronze at this year’s Virginia Governor’s Cup. According to London’s Decanter magazine, the winery produces some of the “best wines in the world,” having received numerous awards from Decanter over the years. Williamsburg Winery’s most popular wine, the Governor’s White, even won a gold medal within two weeks of its initial release in 1988. Many of their wines feature historical names and information on the labels, like the John Adlum Chardonnay and the Two Shilling Red.

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Whether you prefer big, bold reds or crisp whites, Virginia ABC carries a variety of wines from all regions of the state.

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From the mountains to the bay, discover Virginia has over 50  licensed distilleries. Discover the premium craft spirits of the commonwealth.
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More than 25 Virginia distilleries have met qualifications to offer their spirits for sale and offer tastings of their product
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Rick House
From bourbons and ryes to old-fashioned corn whiskey, commonwealth distillers continue the tradition of fine whiskey-making.
Gin and tonic
Several Virginia distilleries make classic varieties of this clear spirit that is flavored with juniper berries or other botanicals.
Walnut Liqueur
From aquavit to nut liqueurs, the variety of Virginia-made cordials offer limitless possibilities for aperitifs and cocktails.
Virginia-made rums
Building upon the maritime roots of the commonwealth, Virginia distillers offer many premium rums, for both sipping and mixing.
Virginia Vodkas
Whether distilled from grain or potatoes, more than 10 Virginia distilleries make this neutral spirit. Serve it chilled and neat or in cocktails.
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From lime juice and Bloody Mary mix to ginger-infused simple syrup, there is an abundance of cocktail mixers made in Virginia.
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