Winery Spotlight: Molon Lave Vineyards

I’d say it’s a hidden gem, but plenty of people seem to know how great Molon Lave Vineyards is. Located in Warrenton, VA, Molon Lave offers customers wine, beer, seasonal sangria, and food offerings from flatbreads to cheese plates. Molon Lave offers a variety of wines, including a sparking, ports, and four rosés – includingContinue reading “Winery Spotlight: Molon Lave Vineyards”

Visiting the new Crimson Lane Vineyards

Let’s get straight to the point. Crismon Lane is a dream. One of the newest wineries in Virginia and located in Linden, Virginia, Crimson Lane is the newest Tik Tok and Reels-worthy winery to enter the Virginia wine scene. Equal parts luxury and minimalism, the decor is textured and modern. The views are beautiful. ButContinue reading “Visiting the new Crimson Lane Vineyards”

Tasting at Valley Road Vineyards

For our first monthly open monthly meet-up of 2023, we invited anyone interested to wine with us a Valley Road Vineyards in Afton, VA. Valley Road is one of those vineyards that lots of people pass by all the time, but haven’t visited, or that is seen squarely as a wedding and event venue. OneContinue reading “Tasting at Valley Road Vineyards”

Introducing…BWWW’s Wine Cave

Wine caves are built into hillsides and a unique way to store and age wine. While there are only a few Virginia wineries with wine caves, they offer wineries a unique way to store wine and a visually stunning spectacle for wine lovers and vineyard visitors. Sounds like exactly where we need to be! EnterContinue reading “Introducing…BWWW’s Wine Cave”

Two Up, Wine Down and what it should teach everyone about Black Virginia wine consumers

This past weekend it happened! Blenheim Vineyards’ OENOverse wine club teamed up with the Verasion Project and local wineries to hold the first ever Two Up, Wine Down Festival. The event built on OENOverse’s mission of amplifying BIPOC voices in the wine industry whether they be wine professionals, enthusiasts, writers, or allies of those whoContinue reading “Two Up, Wine Down and what it should teach everyone about Black Virginia wine consumers”

Tasting notes from Merrie Mill

This week I ventured back out to Merrie Mill Farm and Vineyards to try their wines. Until recently, Merrie Mill was serving True Heritage wines because what would have been its first harvest (2020) was lost to frost. Fast forward to 2022 and the winery has introduced four MMF (Merrie Mill Farm) wines – aContinue reading “Tasting notes from Merrie Mill”

The City Foxes opens in downtown Waynesboro

Last week brought the opening of the much-anticipated The City Foxes wine bar and market in downtown Waynesboro, VA. If you’re familiar with Waynesboro, you’re probably aware that while more businesses are moving into the many empty spaces downtown, the stretch still remains largely abandoned and honestly, not always well-maintained. New businesses to the cityContinue reading “The City Foxes opens in downtown Waynesboro”

Winery Spotlight: Fifty-Third Winery and Vineyard

We held our July meet-up at Fifty-Third Winery and Vineyard in Louisa, VA, and it did not disappoint. Formerly Cooper Vineyards, Fifty-Third is well known for its rosé and other award-winning wines. In the 2022 Governor’s Cup, it took home silver awards for its 2019 Chambourcin, 2019 Merlot, 2019 Petit Verdot, 2019 Romulus, and 2019Continue reading “Winery Spotlight: Fifty-Third Winery and Vineyard”

Winery Spotlight: Meriwether Springs Vineyard & Brewery

Meriwether Springs Vineyard & Brewery is one Virginia vineyard that was a mystery to me until recently. While I’ve seen people post about it on social media before and knew about its Vineyard Workers’ Collective, that was the extent of my knowledge. After visiting, I can now say it’s a wonderful venue that deserves allContinue reading “Winery Spotlight: Meriwether Springs Vineyard & Brewery”