Our tasting room is housed in a rustic log cabin featuring a wide stone fireplace, original log chinking and hand sawn floor boards, and the kind of mountain views that can only be seen in Hebron Valley. The cabin was originally built in 1830 on an estate in Southern Virginia, in Java near Gretna, where it was inhabited until the late 1940s. In 2016, Françoise and Julian bought the then-derelict structure, and had it restacked at the feet of the Blue Ridge Mountains. All of the original logs were used, and a few feet of vertical space were added to meet more modern height requirements; the fireplace and chimney were built using stones reclaimed from Virginia farmhouses.
The tasting room is beautiful in every season. In the colder months, the fireplace creates a cozy escape from brisk outdoor temperatures. As the weather warms, the wrap-around porch becomes the perfect place to sit and gaze at the mountains while enjoying a great glass of wine and the company of good friends.
All wines are produced with grapes from our vineyard in Reva. It covers about 3 acres of white vinifera (Pinot Gris, Petit Manseng, Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc), 3 acres of red vinifera (Merlot, Tannât, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon) and 1 acre of hybrid vines (Vidal Blanc). In 2018, we started planting by the tasting room in Hebron Valley but it will take a couple of years before those vines come into production. In addition to our wines, we also offer a non-alcoholic verjus (also made from our grapes).