Shenandoah Valley, Virginia

Rockbridge Vineyard

V d'Or White Blend 2019

This wine has a lovely, rich, copper color. The nose bursts forth with honeyed apricot and orange aromas, with a trace of caramel. The palate has medium viscosity and very lively acidity. The sweetness is not cloying, but balanced with a beautiful tartness. It is dessert all by itself, but it pairs wonderfully with other desserts or a cheese plate. — 7 months ago

Daniel P., Paul and 2 others liked this

Virginia Marie Lambrix (VML Winery)

V.M.L. Sexton Lambrix Single Vineyard Pinot Noir

Classic RRV huge cherry perfume on the nose. Also vanilla from barrel. Follows with black cherry, licorice root and good acid (which I like). Some moist earth and tobacco leaf. Amazingly easy to drink — 3 years ago

Dawn and David liked this

Virginia Marie Lambrix (VML Winery)

Single Vineyard Ivywood Chardonnay

One of best Chard ever had - buttery and refreshing. Very floral and great with hard white cheeses — 4 years ago

Domaine de la Terre Rouge

Sentinel Oak Vineyard Pyramid Block Syrah 2015

Berries, oaky and smoky, ..
and Happy Thanksgiving as well my peeps.
— 7 months ago

Paul, Daniel P. and 2 others liked this

Villa Toscano

White Barbera

Not your typical sweet white wine. A creamy apricot with a sweet finish. Great to drink very cold and with spicy food. If you're a beginner wine drinker, start here! Great proce and layers of tropical Starburst flavors! — 2 years ago

Villa Toscano


Great wine. Ripe dark cherry Delicious...perfect paired with my tomato basil pizza. — 3 years ago


Estate Bottled Shenandoah Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

As good as it gets $58 buck a jug…. Fantastic in all senses….So flipping good…. — 10 months ago

TwiLea Fletcher
with TwiLea

Bray Vineyards

Tempranillo 2015

Very fruity nose, dark purple but translucent, dark fruit flavors of plum and blackberry, low tannins and oak. — 3 years ago

Cooper Vineyards

Shenandoah Valley Mourvedre 2017

The last bottle we have of this vintage. It has been delicious, and we look forward to the next vintage. — 4 years ago