A family owned and operated Virginia Farm Winery producing handcrafted wines from French-American hybrid varietals.
We look forward to your visit to our winery and vineyard. We hope to see you soon!
Our hours of operation: We are open most days all year long by appointment from 12 noon to 4:30 p.m., just give us a call. (540-462-2974)
Lexington Valley Vineyard is located on 67 rolling, scenic acres in the Shenandoah Valley ten minutes Northwest of Lexington, Virginia. The first planting of Norton grapes was completed in March, 2000. Norton (sometimes called Cynthiana) is a Virginia original first described around 1835. Norton is believed to be a naturally occurring cross between an American wild grape and a French cultivar. The wine from this grape is a deeply colored, dry red with a very full-bodied flavor.
If you like a complex dry red wine like Merlot, we highly recommend you try a bottle of Norton. Norton wines are currently available from several Virginia and Missouri wineries.
View a recent video segment from the Virginia Farm Bureau's TV show "Down Home Virginia" filmed at LVV.
Find our Geocache! Go to: Geocaching.com to find the coordinates.
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Enjoy a Snack Basket--Traditional and Mediterranean Snack baskets are available and Sangria (red and white) by the pitcher or wine or Sangria by the glass. Relax on our deck and enjoy the scenic view.
This 2014 season Lexington Valley Vineyard is offering their "Wine and Wags" event on the second Friday of the month, May through October. Come celebrate Friday with unique Virginia wines and your furry friends! You are invited to stroll the vineyards with your pet. Bring a picnic lunch or purchase snack baskets. Water and biscuits for Fido. Join other dog lovers for a waggingly good time. Wine and Wags dates for the 2013 season: May 9, June 13, July 11, August 8, and September 12, and October 10.
We also have plantings of Vignoles, Foch, Traminette, and Vidal blanc, all of which are French-American hybrid. We also have a planting of Catawba, an American grape.
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