Some Virginia wine enthusiasts believe the state’s vineyards produce wines on par with the Napa and Rhone valleys.
April marks a new wine grape growing season and Virginia Vineyard Month. It’s also a good time to toast one of the state’s fastest-growing agricultural industries.
The popularity of Virginia wine continues to grow, and October’s 29th annual Virginia Wine Month is the perfect time to sample some.
There’s a Virginia wine for every taste and occasion, and Virginia Farm Bureau has supported the industry along the way.
The crush of Virginia’s wine grape harvest is ahead of schedule, and the fruit is robust.