We are open daily from 12 noon until 6 p.m., including holiday Mondays. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
We are located at 1126 Marksville Rd, Stanley, VA and our phone number is 540-742-1489. No reservations needed, but groups of 8 or more, please call ahead to help make it a more enjoyable experience for all! As a farm, we ask that you please leave your pet at home when you come to visit us.
Thank you for visiting our site. 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. We harvest and process all our wine from the grapes we grow. This is a working farm and vineyard; we have a small flock of natural-colored Romney sheep as well as free-roaming chickens for your viewing pleasure while picnicking and enjoying your wine! We also sell the eggs and yarn they provide us with.
We invite you to come out and enjoy a day in the country. Bring a picnic and wander around the farm and vineyard, picnic by the creek, or just sit on our deck, enjoying the wine and the surroundings. In the colder months, warm yourself by the fireplace in the tasting room or one of our outdoor heaters or fire pits. We offer free wi-fi for our friends while you are enjoying your wine on the deck or in the tasting room.
We'd love to have you join our extended family, either as a Wine Club Member or a "Friend of the Winery"! See this link on our Facebook page for more details. If you are interested in joining us, just shoot us an email or let us know the next time you come by!
Our farm dates from the 1890s, although we are the first to grow grapes here. Our tasting room is an addition to the original house, a lovely Victorian. Our vineyard is located on a very old creek bed and is extremely porous and rocky, which helps the grapevines thrive.
We follow sustainable agriculture practices, and strive to be good stewards of the land. All of our trellising is made from cedars grown on our property which we had to clear to make way for the vineyard - no treated posts and recycling at its best!
We believe a great wine comes from great grapes. To that end, we spend most of our time in the vineyard, tending the grapes. We pick them at the optimal time to allow the wine to achieve it's highest potential on it's own with minimal interference from the winemaker.
All of our wine is crafted from 100% estate-grown grapes. Our offerings include Pinot Gris, Chardonnay (oak and steel), Viognier, Traminette, Seyval, Vidal, Petit Verdot, Carmine, and Norton. We also offer three semi-sweet blends (Velvet, Ashtaroot, and Adonis) and a dessert wine (Sweet Daisy). The regular tasting fee is $8 for eight wines and includes a souvenir glass.
We ship within the state of Virginia and other selected states; if you would like to order our wine, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!
April 21 - Our Wine and Ewe Shearing Day. While the
grapes are still sleeping, the rest of the farm is alive and kicking!
Join us for a shearing day on Saturday, April 21. Shearing begins
around 11:00 a.m. and usually continues until 12 p.m.(or the last sheep
is sheared!). Refreshments will be served and the tasting room will be
open after shearing.
2018 Events Calendar
All events will be rain or shine and free of charge unless otherwise noted
We invite you to come out and enjoy a day in the country. Bring a picnic or purchase some of our light fare to enjoy with our wine while you listen to our Music Under the Arbor series from June through September! Wander around the farm and vineyard, picnic by the creek, or just sit on our deck, enjoying the wine, music, and the surroundings. In the cooler months, warm yourself by the fireplace inside the tasting room or one of our outdoor heaters or the fire pit.
April 21 - Our Wine and Ewe Shearing Day. While the grapes are still sleeping, the rest of the farm is alive and kicking! Join us for a shearing day on Saturday, April 21. Shearing begins around 11:00 a.m. and usually continues until 12 p.m.(or the last sheep is sheared!). Refreshments will be served and the tasting room will be open after shearing.
Music Under the Arbor, June 2, 3 - 5 p.m. Brian Coughlan, a musician/singer originally from Ireland. Brian now lives in Roanoke and brings us folk songs from Ireland, England, Scotland, and America.
Music Under the Arbor, June 23, 3 - 5 p.m. Blue Note Duo. Enjoy the light listening music of one of our local duos with lovely
vocals by Lisa Sedwick and accompanied by Steve Shapiro on guitar!
Music Under the Arbor, June 30, 3 - 5 p.m. Michael McCray. Michael is a singer songwriter and plays original compositions, contemporary folk, and an eclectic mix of traditional Americana, rock, jazz, bluegrass, and whatever else feels right.
Music Under the Arbor, July 7, 3 - 5 p.m. Greg Ward. Greg plays a great upbeat acoustic set of classic Reggae hits with a great Island flavor!
Music Under the Arbor, July 21, 3 - 5 p.m. Brian Coughlan, a
musician/singer originally from Ireland. Brian now lives in Roanoke and
brings us folk songs from Ireland, England, Scotland, and America.
Music Under the Arbor, July 28, 3 - 5 p.m. Mokey & Friends. A local group who plays great classic rock!
Anniversary Party and Music, August 18. Come out and help us celebrate our 9th anniversary! We will have light appetizers available, as well as a cake. Festivities will start at 1, and Mokey & Friends, a local group who plays great classic rock, will play for us from 3 - 5 p.m.
Pick 'em & Stomp 'em, August 25, 8 a.m. A fun-filled day for all! Come out early for the Blessing of
the Vines and help harvest our first grapes of the season. Once the grapes have
been picked, the stomping begins! If you've ever wondered what it's like to
stomp grapes like Lucy or just see the process of turning grapes into wine,
this is your chance! We'll also provide lunch for our volunteers as well as a
vertical tasting. The date is dependent on the grapes and Mother Nature, so be
sure to check our website or give us a call ahead of time.
We will harvest through October on most Saturdays, usually
beginning at 8 a.m. and going until lunch.
We love to feed out volunteers!
Call 540-742-1489 to see if we will be harvesting on any particular
Saturday as the grapes and Mother Nature determine the actual process!
Music Under the Arbor, Sept. 9, 2 - 4 p.m. Jim Sharkey. Singer-songwriter Jim Sharkey is an Irish and
Americana folk musician. Jim grew up in County Roscommon, Ireland.
Music Under the Arbor, Sept. 16, 2 - 4 p.m. Davis & Bradley. Kathy
Davis & Bradley Bishop have teamed up to present a one of a kind musical
experience which is exciting, entertaining, and offers something for everyone!
The innovative duo has drawn from their individual bluegrass, old time, and
swing influences, to create something magical, while remaining true to the
roots of the music they love. Fans can expect to hear fresh renditions of the
classics as well as several original compositions.
Music Under the Arbor, Sept. 23, 2 - 5 p.m. Piper. Piper blends powerful vocals and a
passion for music to take listeners on a musical journey through the 50s, 60s,
70s and beyond. From folk to rock, from
doo-wop to the music of the great singer/songwriters
Music Under the Arbor, Sept. 30, 2 - 5 p.m. Me & Martha. This duo are members of America's Old-Time
Country and Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame keeping up a family tradition of
Appalachian Mountain Music. Me & Martha play American Rural Roots Music
which for Me & Martha usually includes: American fiddle tradition, blues,
old-time string band, sea shanties and work songs, old-time-country, bluegrass,
and contemporary folk ballads.
Thanksgiving – Xmas Warm, mulled wine on the weekends. 10% off purchases for three cans of
non-perishable goods. The food items
will be donated to our local food bank at Page One. Offer good until Christmas; no limit to the
number of days, one per day.
December 21 - 23 – Come out and celebrate the first day of
winter as well as the holiday season at our Christmas Open House! We will have assorted light refreshments
available for munching while enjoying a glass of wine by the fire!