Owners Janet and Cal Hale planted in 2000 and sold their grapes to the much-loved Rockbridge Winery down the road for many years. Then, like so many grape farmers, they eventually asked themselves, “Hey, why don't we make a little wine, too?," and thus, another Virginia winery is born.
In the tasting room, the small bar serves maybe four guests at a time, and a deck off the back features vineyard and mountain views. It's an intimate, remarkably quiet place, where all you hear is the passing breeze.
Wines include a dry Vignoles, Traminette, various Nortons (including a Rose'), Merlot, a sweet Catawba, Vidal Blanc, and Cabernet Sauvignon. In season, buy sangria by the pitcher or glass.
The winery is just 10 minutes from the historic town of Lexington, and 15 minutes from Goshen Pass, “the most beautiful place in Virginia" according to some.
Pet and child friendly, private parties welcome.
Lexington Valley Vineyard is wheelchair accessible "from car to tasting bar."
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