So I’ve stolen the memory card from the digital camera (and by digital camera I mean my wife) and wanted to share a few pictures of my time in Virginia Wine Country this past weekend.
On our way to Keswick Vineyards, April snapped a picture out the side of our car.
Kluge Estate and Winery allows you to set up wherever you want and brings your tasting selection to you in these handy plastic flutes. It was beautiful outside so we found a table and enjoyed the weather and their tasting selection.
The action shot. The wine drinker in his natural habitat.
Blenheim Vineyards has a beautiful tasting room, and here’s a look out from it. A small deck is to the right where April and I enjoyed a glass of white wine before calling it a day and heading to our hotel.
Pollak wasn’t our first stop on Day 2, but it was the first place we sat down to enjoy the view. The patio outside their tasting room sported plenty of chairs and tables that were perfect for relaxing and enjoying the view.
The small gazebo at Veritas is actually where April’s brother got married nearly 3 years ago. If you’re considering a Virginia Vineyard/Winery for your wedding, Veritas did an amazing job and I would certainly recommend them.
And the obligatory wife shot. April before we headed into Afton Mountain Vineyards, our last stop in Virginia Wine Country.