Here’s a novel way of appreciating the Colonial chic the Historic Triangle is so deeply steeped in: drunk. Or, at least, pleasantly buzzed. Set on over 50 acres of rolling Virginia countryside and an almost medieval village dominated by the manor house—esque main building, the winery is Virginia’s largest, producing some 60,000 cases a year. Tours are fun and buzz-inducing. Coming here is a sort of full service experience; you’ll want to book tables to enjoy some rural French-style cuisine at the Gabriel Archer Tavern, and you can doss in Wedmore Place, a huge country house built in European style, the sort of place where kids disappear into furniture and end up in Narnia. The winery is three miles south of Williamsburg.
Attractions & Landmarks, Breweries & Wineries/Vineyards
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