SHENANDOAH BREWERY & WINERIES
Enjoy a weekend away as you sip fabulous wine, beer and spirits along the Shenandoah Spirits Trail which now features more than 45 vineyards, craft breweries, distilleries and cideries throughout the Northern Shenandoah Valley stretching from Winchester to Harrisonburg.
Within the Spirits Trail, Shenandoah County is home to nine award-winning wineries offering the best of Virginia wine. The deep, rocky soil and low rainfall make Shenandoah County an ideal destination for growing grapes. It’s no wonder the Shenandoah Valley is home to so many vineyards. Sip wine on the patio of Virginia’s 2015 Governor’s Cup Winner, Muse Vineyard or visit the second oldest vineyard in the state and renowned wine maker Michael Shaps’ newest undertaking, Shenandoah Vineyards.
At neighboring Cave Ridge Vineyard partake in the 2020 Valentines Day vertical tasting and annual Rose all Day Virginia Festival in August.
Shenandoah County is also home to five craft breweries each with its own unique atmosphere and beers. Visitors can take in the scenery at farm breweries using their own locally sourced ingredients or enjoy a pint at breweries located in renovated historic structures.
Beer and wine not your thing? No problem! We also have one cidery and a distillery.
Cave Ridge is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery located in the foothills overlooking the Shenandoah Valley, world renowned for its scenic beauty and history. Low rainfall and deep, rocky soils make this an ideal location for growing the highest quality grapes used in making our wines. Our approach is to produce wines that emphasize the fruit character of the grape using a minimalist approach to our wine making. Open Wednesday-Sunday
1476 Conicville Rd, Mt. Jackson | 540-477-2585
Cedar Creek Winery is a boutique farm winery specializing in handcrafted Estate bottled Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay. Wine sales by appointment only
7384 Zepp Rd. Star Tannery | 540-436-8394
Strasburg’s newest brewery, set in a downtown theatre building which has been renovated to impeccable historic standards, honoring both the towns culture and history while serving up craft brews and delicious food offerings for lunch and dinner.
177 East King Street, Strasburg | 540-465-2609
Nano craft Brewery operated by siblings and located in the historic district of Strasburg, VA. Come experience their cozy setting and great beers for yourself.
234 West King Street, Strasburg, VA |
Celebrate the amazing views of the Shenandoah Valley as you sip great wine on the relaxing porch with views all around. The tasting room interior embraces the area’s essence with reclaimed wood and slate tiles, an intricate walnut slab bar, and more. The terroir has ideal components for excellent wine so come wine down at “the hill”.
2110 Quicksburg Rd., Quicksburg, VA 22847
French oak barrel aging is the key to making fine wine – it adds depth, complexity and elegance…so why not try it with whiskey? We call our unique process “Dual Cask”. Our gifted master blender selects the best barrels of aged American whiskies he can find, and assembles a bi-partisan blend of young and old – young for the spicy edginess, and old for the mellow smoothness. We let them get to know each other in French oak wine barrels for a few months, and when they come out, we have what we believe is one of the best whiskies on the market. Filibuster! – A whisky so good, you won’t stop talking about it!
50 Maurertown Mills Rd., Maurertown, VA 22644 | 202-289-1414
Winner of the 2015 Governor’s Cup for their 2009 Clio Blend. The inspiration for Muse Vineyards comes from the small domain wineries of France and Italy, where their small vineyards have often been passed down for centuries through the same families. The wines are made exclusively from grapes grown on the estates and the fermenting, pressing, barrel-aging and bottling of the wine are also done only at the domain. The result is a wine from an identifiable place. Muse Vineyard’s wines are by deliberate intent the authentic expression of a place- the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Open Friday-Saturday 12pm-8pm, Sunday 12pm – 6pm.
16 Serendipity Road, Woodstock, VA 22664 | 540-459-7033
North Mountain’s winemaker presents a unique array of elegant wines, exclusive to our vineyard’s terroir. The vineyard site has been farmed since the 1700’s, the first grapes were planted in 1982. The charming European architecture of the winery building is the perfect setting for our continental special events and celebrations. Expansive decks overlooking the vineyards invite our guests to sip a glass of wine and enjoy the mountain views. The gift shop features local art, crafts, cheese, and jams. Lovely picnic areas, lawns, and gardens. Pet friendly.
4374 Swartz Road, Maurertown, VA 22644 | 540-436-9463
The second oldest winery in Virginia, Shenandoah Vineyards was founded in 1976 by the Randels and stayed in the same family until 2018 when renowned winemaker Michael Shaps purchased it. As a former consultant to Shenandoah Vineyards, Michael recognized the viticultural potential of the land. The tasting room and winery are housed in a Civil War-era barn on a bucolic farm setting with sweeping views of the Massanutten mountains. The tasting room is currently open Wednesday to Sunday 10 am to 5 pm.
3659 South Ox Road, Edinburg, VA 22824 | 540-984-8699
This Virginia Century Farm has morphed from a cattle farm to a farm brewery, pick your own berry farm, retail store and commercial kitchen specializing in jams, smoked sausages and wood-fired pizzas. All food items can be enjoyed at the brewery or purchased to go. The brewery typically offers 6-8 small batch, craft beers on tap, including some featuring the farm’s own hops and berries. Swover Creek also offers an outdoor beer garden, fences in dog park and is very kid-friendly. Open year round, but hours change seasonally, so check the website or Facebook page in advance for current hours.
4176 Swover Creek Road, Edinburg, VA 22824 | 540-984-8973
Located on 58 acres of panoramic views, rolling pastures surround the tasting room which is located in a renovated barn with indoor and outdoor seating available. The Winery at Kindred Pointe is the first winery in the Shenandoah Valley to grow and produce its own Malbec, a light and fruit-forward wine. Visitors can enjoy walking trails, a nearby wetland and local wildlife while visiting the vineyard. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
3575 Conicville Rd., Mount Jackson, VA 22842 | (540) 477-3570
Wolf Gap Vineyard specializes in producing and marketing exclusive small batches of popular vintage reds, whites, and blends. Located on a 50-acre estate, enjoy mountain views from the wine tasting deck.
123 Stout Road, Edinburg, VA 22824 | 540-984-3306
This craft brewery and tasting room is located in a restored, former denim plant. Food by Sexi-Mexi and a wide selection of craft beers on tap. Perfect for large gatherings and events.
123 East Court St., Woodstock, VA 22664 | 540-459-BREW
Tucked away in the rolling hills of the Shenandoah Valley, Ridge Runner offers the full farm to fermentation experience. Light fare served on site using locally sourced ingredients.
6895 Back Road, Maurertown, VA 22644 | 571-201-2963
This estate vineyard is committed to producing small batch wines reflective of the terroir of the Shenandoah Valley. Located just outside of Strasburg, Virginia, Star in the Valley offers some of the best views in the Valley. Open Fridays and Saturdays.
33 Amos Ln., Strasburg, VA 22657 | 540-692-3913
The Shenandoah Valley is home to award winning vineyards, craft breweries, distilleries and more. Experience more than 40 wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries in the Northern Shenandoah Valley Stretching from Winchester to Harrisonburg. we invite you to explore the ultimate path to beverage enlightenment…one sip at a time. #SipShenandoah
Winery tours in Shenandoah County, Virginia. Picking customers up in Woodstock and for tours of 4 local vineyards along the Shenandoah Spirits Trail and Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail. Providing delicious snacks, cool water and transportation while you enjoy the views of the Shenandoah Valley.
Take a virtual tour of more than 60 historical sites throughout Shenandoah County that played a role in this area’s rich history in alcohol.
514 Stoney Creek Blvd., Edinburg | 540-984-8200
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