Magnolia Vineyards & Winery is located in Amissville, Va, just off scenic Route 211 in Rappahannock County. Owned by Glenn and Tina Marchione, we are a family-run boutique winery and vineyard, making small lots of mostly Bordeaux varietals. Quiet country peace, tranquility and great mountain views. Come relax in our cozy farmhouse tasting room or surrounding grounds and "Escape the Madness"! No stress, no pressure, just magnificent wines! Tasting Room open all year long Sat & Sun 11:30-5:30, plus select Holiday Mondays. June – August also open Fridays 12 – 6 and for sales only Mon & Thu (please call in advance). We offer our tastings paired with cheeses.Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Magnolia Vineyards by using our Amissville holiday site.
Due to our current size, we cannot accommodate groups of 8 or more without reservation (call 703.785.8180). Outdoor picnic area. Kids under adult supervision welcome. Dogs on leash welcome outdoors; must get along with other dogs.
Our first planting was in 2009 - we now have 7 acres planted, consisting of Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sangiovese, and Viognier. First harvest and vintage was 2011, growing and expanding every year since!
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Magnolia Vineyards reviews
The last time I visited Magnolia it was about a month before they opened their tasting room, so this visit after the delay of COVID, I finally got to see it. My friend and I arrive around one and...
The last time I visited Magnolia it was about a month before they opened their tasting room, so this visit after the delay of COVID, I finally got to see it. My friend and I arrive around one and... more »
We happened to be traveling to Castleton Farms for a visit and Magnolia was on our route. What a great decision to stop and do a tasting. We were traveling with our dog, Iggy, and it was so nice...
We happened to be traveling to Castleton Farms for a visit and Magnolia was on our route. What a great decision to stop and do a tasting. We were traveling with our dog, Iggy, and it was so nice... more »
Totally enjoyable experience. Allison was very personable. Met the winemaker/owner (Glenn) and enjoyed talking with him. Great tastings and loved the pairings with cheese and chocolate...so smart...and interesting to see how the food can change the tasting. Will come back for sure (especially for the weekend winery tour...sounds fun!).
Very worthy winery. Whites delicate and quite drinkable. We walked out with their work horse red - I’ll update the actual name when I can. Solid charcuterie offering and very reasonably priced tasting. The tasting room is newer than the last time Google updated the overview on the map (2019) and spacious. Lots of outside patio space and is not far off the Lee highway.
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