Shenandoah County is home to 8 award-winning vineyards offering the best of Virginia wine. Enjoy a weekend away as you sip fabulous wine, savor the freshest of local cuisine and enjoy the breath-taking scenery of the Shenandoah Valley.
Start your day off with some fresh baked pastries and a cup of coffee at The Woodstock Cafe, one of 75 sites on the O Shenandoah County Artisan Trail before you begin your wine experience at Cedar Creek Vineyard. Be sure to try their 2012 Cabernet Franc, recognized at the Platinum Level by Virginia Wine Lovers Magazine. Make sure to call ahead of time since Cedar Creek is only open by appointment. Next, enjoy the scenic back roads as you make your way to this pet friendly vineyard offers an array of elegant wines in a charming setting and offers a variety of events throughout the year including a live music series. Proceed south along Route 11 to Woodstock for lunch and a little shopping at the Woodstock Cafe & Shoppes before continuing to Shenandoah Vineyards, the oldest vineyard in the Shenandoah Valley. The travel north and check into your hotel and enjoy dinner at one of the many quaint restaurants located in Woodstock, VA.
Enjoy breakfast and locally roasted coffee at Jackson’s Corner Cafe in New Market then start your day at the Virginia Museum of the Civil War or Shenandoah Caverns and their Family of Attractions including American Celebration on Parade and the Yellow Barn. Rest and enjoy lunch at “retro” Southern Kitchen before spending the afternoon at more vineyards. Continue on to Wolf Gap Vineyard, located on a ridgeline, which affords spectacular mountain views. To round out your tour, visit Cave Ridge Vineyard, nestled in the foothills overlooking the Shenandoah Valley and end at the Winery at Kindred Pointe where you can also enjoy the many walking trails on premises. Be sure to try the Malbec while there as they are one of the few vineyards in Virginia to grow this grape. Relax in your hotel and then enjoy dinner at Sals Italian Restaurant in Edinburg, a local favorite for authentic Italian cuisine.
Start your day off with some scratch made breakfast from Sunrise Cafe including their homemade sourdough bread. Afterwards, explore more of the O Shenandoah County Artisan Trail with a stop at the Edinburg Mill to learn about local history and see local artwork and crafts. Whether you have a love of the arts, history or enjoy local cuisine or farm fresh produce, the O Shenandoah County Artisan Trail has you covered. Enjoy lunch at Cristina’s Cafe in Strasburg followed by a stroll along King Street while exploring many of the local shops. Strasburg is a great destination for antique lovers as well with the state’s largest antique emporium, the Strasburg Emporium.
The best way to experience an area is to do as the locals do and what better way to discover the local flair of Shenandoah County than by experiencing many of our unique finds and local flavors!
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