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We will have local honey by the middle of March! Suzanne’s father had bee hives and now her brother, Doug, has hives near the winery. Honey is wonderful for coughs and allergies but even better with hot biscuits or even toast. Come and check out the honey and jellies from locally grown fruit...
The new Virginia Wine in My Pocket-Wine Country Travel Guide, normally $4.99, is free to download form I-Tunes starting March 1st. The app works on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Through March, we will continue our winter hours, opening at 12 noon and closing at 5pm, Monday through Saturday. After this snowy and cold winter, we know you are longing to sit on the patio and sip a glass of wine in the spring sunshine as we are!
We are often asked about storing wine and here are a few basic wine rules for ideal storage. The longer you keep your wines before opening the bottle, the more important it is to follow the rules for the best tasting product.
January is our slowest time at the winery. David filters wine, some blending, and we do planning for the coming year. The grape vines are very dormant and its been too cold to winter prune.