The Virginia Peninsula Wine Trail is nestled in an Atlantic Coastal Plain area defined by the York and Pamunkey Rivers to the north and the James River to the south.
Reminiscent of the topography and climate that influence prestigious wine-growing regions in Europe, Virginia’s newest American Viticultural Area is home to six diverse wineries that produce some of the best wine in the Commonwealth. The terroir-driven wines from this region reflect the subtropical, maritime climate distinguished by its extended growing season.
These scenic retreats that offer southern hospitality at its finest also pay homage to American history that dates back to the early English colonists who settled here. Four centuries after the House of Burgesses’ 1619 decree that once required every household to plant vineyards, the wines that originate here continue to win national and international acclaim.
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5000 Farmers Drive
Jolene Family Winery
2750 Pocahontas Trail
Saudé Creek Vineyards
16230 Cooks Mill Road
Upper Shirley Vineyards
600 Shirley Plantation Road
Charles City, Virginia