Discover Six Uniquely Charming Wineries on the New Virginia Peninsula Wine Trail 

Virginia is a state with a rich and diverse wine culture, with over 300 wineries spread across every corner of the state.

Photo: Saudé Creek Vineyards

What makes Virginia stand out as a wine destination is its unique offerings, such as kayaking to a winery, listening to bluegrass music while enjoying local wines, or sipping regional wines at a National Park.

Photo: Upper Shirley Vineyards

Each winery has its own unique charm and personality, offering a wide range of wine choices, from full-bodied reds to refreshing whites.

Photo: The Williamsburg Winery

Their wines are 100% Virginia grapes and are grown on the property or on leased vines in the Shenandoah Valley. The tasting room overlooks the vineyard and a natural pond, providing the perfect backdrop.

Gauthier Vineyard


Photo: Gauthier Vineyard

The winery offers breathtaking views of Tom Brooks Lake on one side and the vineyards on the other. You can indulge in award-winning, hand-crafted wines in the cozy tasting room.

Jolene Family Winery


Photo: Jolene Family Winery

New Kent Winery at Dombroski Vineyards is a family-owned business. They have continued to grow the winery’s operations by planting additional vines and adding a new wedding venue, the Vineyard Estate at New Kent Winery.

New Kent Winery


Photo: New Kent Winery

The winery is located in New Kent County, Virginia, and sits atop one of the highest points in the area, offering gorgeous views of the Pamunkey River.

Saudé Creek Vineyards


Photo: Saudé Creek Vineyards

At Upper Shirley Vineyards, you can sample the winery’s  award-winning wines in the elegant tasting room or on the covered porch, which offers an incredible view of the James River.

Upper Shirley Vineyards


Photo: Upper Shirley Vineyards

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Photo: Gauthier Vineyard