This continues the springtime “Virginia Vine Spot Visuals” feature, and although the past few days have been rather somber and soggy, rest assured that sunshine is on its way - so I hope! About one of every five emails I receive is from a Virginia wine lover who wants to know where to discover the beautiful views. As I mentioned before, my plan here is to periodically post pictures of Virginia wineries I have visited with striking landscapes and picturesque settings. Oftentimes I tell people “she is a beautiful model.” The model I’m speaking of is Virginia, who, in her natural state, makes it difficult for the novice, amateur, or professional photographer to snap a bad picture.
Mediterranean Cellars Patio View
This picture was taken at Mediterranean Cellars, nestled in the lush, green, rolling hills of Fauquier County. This small family-owned farm winery is located in the town of Warrenton and sits atop a hill surrounded by sweeping views of the picturesque countryside and horse farms. This time of year the garden area bordering the outdoor patio should be near full bloom and colorfully attractive. With a full spectrum of red and white wines ranging from dry to sweet and tempting, there is something offered for every palate preference. Be sure to try the Rechina, a unique Greek-styled wine dating back to the 13th century, made from white savvatiano grapes with a distinct piney flavor. As the picture suggests, sit back, relax, and enjoy the good life!
For further information, visit the Mediterranean Winery website and be sure to let them know you saw them here on Dezel’s Virginia Vine Spot when you visit.
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