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15 Things That Happened When I Visited All of Loudoun’s Wineries

Posted on Nov 1, 2016 by in Wine | 0 comments

Sunset Hills aeriel view with horses

The following blog was written by Amy Mugford, Communications Program Manager at Loudoun’s Department of Economic Development. The original blog post can be found here.

Zephaniah from the vines

Zephaniah Farm Vineyards

Grape stomping, blind tastings, chocolate pairings, live music and friendly conversations are all experiences I’ve had during my six-year journey visiting the 40 Loudoun wineries on the Visit Loudoun Wine Trail Guide. In addition to excellent wines, a wide variety of experiences can be found at Loudoun wineries. You can:

These are merely a few activities at Loudoun wineries. While some have places for large groups, and others are ideal for small intimate groups, all cater to knowledgeable “wineauxs” and those of us just dabbling. Come out to Loudoun’s backyard and join me in supporting these wonderful Loudoun businesses.

If you have an idea for a craft beverage business or one that would offer products and services to existing craft beverage businesses, contact Loudoun Economic Development today. We can help you get your business off the ground, navigate the permit process, and find business mentors and partners that can help you become successful quicker. Email Agricultural Business Development Officer Kellie Hinkle or call her at 703-777-0426.

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