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MountainRose has partnered with Dickenson County and the town of St. Paul to celebrate 50 Days of Love. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Virginia Tourism Corporation slogan “Virginia is for Lovers” and there are celebrations going on everywhere in Virginia.
Grab a few bottles of wine and some friends - it's time to celebrate the beautiful weather at MountainRose Vineyards with a picnic! When it comes to filling your picnic basket, we suggest packing easy appetizers like an assortment of crackers, meats, cheeses, and fruits.
Please Note! We will be closed Friday afternoon (4/26) beginning at 2pm for a wonderful Wedding Celebration! Please plan to visit us before that time or on Saturday for your enological needs! Cheers & Thank You!
You may have seen the peppermint cuttings that we are rooting on our Facebook page and wondered, "Are they going to make peppermint wine!?” No, not yet, but we might make an elderberry wine sometime.
Thanks to the many guests who joined us for tours & tastings, a variety of pancakes, maple syrup, cotton candy and other delicious maple treats at our recent Maple Syrup Fest!  We boiled more than 2000 gallons of sap this year to produce over 28 total gallons of golden goodness.
The sap of our maple trees looks and tastes like water with a hint of sweetness. This sap only flows in late winter. The ideal weather has nights in the 20s and days warming up to the 40s.
We are very excited to introduce you to “Persephone”, our new sparkling Concord! It was a natural progression to create a sparkling red wine after the successful release of Kelliokee last November and these sparkling sisters are getting along famously!
Just over a year ago our first sparkling wine Kelliokee, was an instant hit! Lightly tropical with a jazzy sparkle, Kelliokee sold out in just a few months! We bottled more and in August, Kelliokee brought home the Gold Medal in the 2018 Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition.
Our crop of 2018 is in!  We have time now to give our thanks to the people who work together to make our wine.  Anyone who grew anything this year knows it has been one of the most difficult growing seasons since 1996. A record rainfall of 7 feet this growing season and constantly concealed sunsh
How do we know when it's time to pick our grapes? The most important day of the year is the day we pick because it determines the kind of wine we’ll make from those grapes.
We are thrilled to announce that two of our latest products are recent award winners! Fans of our sparkling Traminette, Kelliokee, knew she was as good as gold, but now the Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association has confirmed it!

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