See what is going on at Charlottesville's wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries

What to do, and – perhaps more critically – what not to do when going on a wine tour. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of your wine tour. Plan your Route Select up to four wineries  to visit – less for a group of 8 or more – and incorporate

Wish Wish Wine Tours introduces hop-on wine tours, an affordable way to tour Charlottesville’s wineries. Customers purchase tickets online and hop-on a mini bus that takes them to 4 popular wineries. Pick-up locations are Boar’s Head Inn, Holiday Inn Monticello and the OMNI Hotel. The tours run on Saturdays and Sundays, tickets cost $80 per

How to taste wine

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 by

Taste wine like a pro with this simple routine: Look-Swirl-Sniff-Sip. 1. LOOK Before you take your first sip, hold your glass in the light to first evaluate how clear the wine is. A wine that looks clear and brilliant and shows some sparkle, is a good sign.  A murky wine might be a wine that simply has some sediment due to be shaken up before

Reynard Florence Vineyard

Thursday, 05 September 2013 by

Reynard Florence is a family-run boutique winery, producing hand-crafted and award-winning wines. Owners Roe and Dee Allison welcome you in the cozy tasting room overlooking the vineyard. If you want to enjoy high-quality wines in a relaxed and personal atmosphere, this is the place to be. The vineyard is located only 5 miles from Barboursville Vineyards and Horton Vineyards,

1 Spending time with friends = happiness Spending time with good friends is high on the list of things that make us happy. Charlottesville wine tours offer that magical mix of experiencing something fun together, while having plenty of time to catch up. 2 Great Charlottesville wines for you to taste Charlottesville wines are well regarded.

See what is going on at Charlottesville's wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries