Virginia Wineries

October is Virginia Wine Month!

Hooray! It’s October! It’s the first full month of fall, it’s my anniversary month <3, and it’s Virginia Wine Month! Virginia is home to the very first vineyards in the United States. In 1607, colonists in Jamestown grew the first vineyards producing the first wines of America. They were weak and not any good, but…

Pumpkin spice grocery run

Top 5: Wines to Pair with Pumpkin Spice

It’s fall, so that means one thing…Pumpkin Spice EVERYTHING!!! Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Pumpkin Spice Bagels, Pumpkin Spice Candles, Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream, Pumpkin Spice Cereals, even Pumpkin Spice Pizza! I, for one, can not get enough pumpkin spice, even in the 90 degree weather that DC has been having! Pumpkin Spice is truly an American…

2016 Early Mountain Vineyards Rosé

Everything Goes with Rosé

It’s true. Everything that you can think of goes with Rosé. Why? Not a clue. Is it true? No idea. To be honest, this is just me making a declaration that has no credibility behind it other than my own research. Sure, maybe there is a reason why Rosé goes with everything, and maybe some wine…

Top 5s: Hooray for Rosé!!!

Yay!! It’s Rosé season! Rosé might be my favorite kind of wine. It is so versatile and can pair with almost any food. Rosé is the pretty one of the wine group, looking gorgeous with whatever she is paired with. She (because let’s face it…Rosé is clearly a female) is always fashionable, and people eagerly await her…

Experiencing Virginia Wines: Early Mountain Vineyards Part Two

Previously, on Experiencing Virginia Wines: Early Mountain Vineyards Part One And now, the second time we went to Early Mountain Vineyards… Like I said, Early Mountain Vineyards is conveniently located on the way to and from Washington, D.C, so of course, we had to stop on our way back home for the full tasting. This…

Experiencing Virginia Wines: Early Mountain Vineyards Part One

Over President’s Day Weekend, my friend, Laura Beth, and I went to Charlottesville to go vineyard hopping. Every so often, we need a break from city life to go out in the country and try the many wonderful wines that Virginia has to offer. We usually go to places around Leesburg, so it was nice…

Epicurience Virginia Recap

This past weekend, I was able to attend an event that is every Virginia wine and food bloggers dream; Epicurience Virginia (thank you Virginia Winos!!!) This is an annual event where Virginia’s finest chefs and wine makers come together to make some of the finest pairings around. Education sessions are also put on to learn more about…