With our Harvest Festival just around the corner, here are a few fun facts about the grape stomp!
This summer everyone asks, “What is the effect of all this rain on the grapes?” Is it good for the grapes?
Let’s get fired up, it's BBQ season! If you’re like us, you’re looking forward to July’s Chillin’ and Grillin’ in the Glades! But when it comes to wine, which one should you bring to the cook-out? Here are our top picks...
One of the most frequently asked questions is “Why do you plant roses at the ends of the grapevine rows?"
Wine improves with age, but when it comes to storing your wine do you know what to do? Here are a few tips and tricks for long-term, at-home wine storage…
Other vintners now realize what we have known about sloped land and wine since we first began making our wines. The Washington Post carried an article stating that “as the eastern U.S.
Last year, the Millennials were being watched closely for changes in the wine industry and again this year they are playing a key role-out drinking the baby boomer generation.
RICHMOND – Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that sales of Virginia wine reached another record high with more than 6.6 million bottles sold. With more than 285 wineries and 16 cideries, Virginia is a preeminent destination for wine and cider lovers.
MountainRose Vineyards wins big at the Wines of the South 2016 Wine Competition! Sweet MountainRose (2015) won a Bronze Medal and Jawbone Red (2014) won a Silver Medal. Blair White (2015), however, was the big winner- winning Gold.
MountainRose Vineyards recently received a Value Added Producer Grant from the USDA to make new sparkling wines. Sparkling wines are some of the hottest growth wines currently on the world market.
The good news? You should be drinking wine every day! However, you should only be drinking five ounces of it - that's a little under two thirds of a cup (not a large wine glass, but a standard eight ounce glass).
What’s happening in the vineyard a week before harvest? A lot! We are doing 100 berry samples for all of our different varieties. We take a hundred berries from the vineyard for each variety and bring them to the lab to run an analysis of sugar levels, total acidity and pH.