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Our small farm winery is nestled on the western slope of the Blue Ridge mountains. 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. This is a working...more
We have been here twice and loved the experience. I suggest the Sevyal wine, taking a basket of cheese, sausage, crackers, walking to the stream and enjoying the serenity. While walking down the trail, one can enjoy the free roaming chicken and the vineyards.
Yesterday my cousin and her husband joined my husband and I at Wisteria to sample wines. We tasted some really good wines. Also, we enjoyed conversations at the tasting table with the server (who was very pleasant) and the other two couples. We saw plenty...More
Stopped in on our way down to Harrisonburg for a long weekend.
-- and glad we did.
It's small (like 6 parking spots), and if you're not looking carefully - you'l drive right through Marksville and totally miss it.
We parked, and wandered to the...More
Wisteria farm and its Victorian farm house dates to the 1890's. The current owners embrace sustainable farming practices in producing their estate wines. The atmosphere of this picturesque, off the beaten path winery is relaxed and peaceful and their wines are varied and flavorful. The...More
While planning a trip to western Virginia for a family wedding, we were looking for different things to do. I found a map for the Blue Ridge Whiskey and Wine Loop, and I knew that would make for a fun day. While at lunch at...More
This winery sits about 10-15 minutes south of Luray and was a great place to stop for a tasting. It is a beautiful location though it sits right on 340. I had to park in the overflow area at the old barber shop but it...More
My friends and my husband came here together and so happy that we did. When we first arrived there really was no place to park- we were skeptical at first about whether it was good or that we were not going to be able to...More
We have a walking trail back to our creek area that passes through the vineyard. That is self-guided. If you are interested in a cellar tour, we offer those at $15 per person, which includes a tasting of eight wines after... More
We have a walking trail back to our creek area that passes through the vineyard. That is self-guided. If you are interested in a cellar tour, we offer those at $15 per person, which includes a tasting of eight wines after the tour. No advance reservation is needed, but it does depend on the availability of personnel at the time.
We do allow children, but request they be accompanied by an adult at all times. We request that people not bother the animals as it is a farm, not a petting zoo, and the animals are not used to being handled, although they... More
We do allow children, but request they be accompanied by an adult at all times. We request that people not bother the animals as it is a farm, not a petting zoo, and the animals are not used to being handled, although they are used to having people around.