Were quite familiar with the Delaplane area and VERY familiar with VA vineyards, as we've visited nearly half in VA (there are over 250!). We decided to finally go look for this winery and found it right away... Appeared to be an old, ancient vineyard with an old farmhouse. The vines we saw were overgrown with grass and leaves and we saw plenty of vine trellis's without any vines on them.
It was slightly difficult to find the place, as you needed to look for the address on a run down, old mailbox and there was a small, wood plank above the door with the name of the place.
We saw no cars and it appeared to look like a scene/setting for a horror movie, so needless to say, we didn't stop. We didn't even see people or anything that would indicate they were opened. Honestly, they could have the best wines in the world, but NO ONE would give a place like this a chance. If they are open, they MUST invest some time and energy into a decent, inviting tasting room. We've been to some in VA that are literally in shacks/garages and had good wines, so we're not snobs and don't expect grand, beautiful tasting rooms.
I wouldn't waste your time with this one until they decide to consider their business to be real and care about the visitors enough to provide an adequate facility.
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