To accompany the Middleburg, Virginia article, Marc Supsic (WTM's Art Director) has created a comprehensive video tour. This series introduces some of the key attractions in "D.C.'s Wine Country" and shares stunning images of the region.
The "Nation's Horse and Hunt Capital" has become a premier wine tourism destination.
Middleburg and Equestrian Culture
Middleburg's relationship with the horse is based on the original English "field sports." Polo, fox hunting, eventing and steeple chase are still important elements of local culture.
Greenhill Winery and Vineyards
The range of Virginia's viticultural potential is on display at Greenhill. The quality of the wine and the beauty of the venue are only part of the story. A team effort is making this one of the region's top wineries.
Boxwood Estate Winery
This is a winery that is famous for its world-class Bordeaux blends, but it is also a nexus of the history, culture and aspirations that define the region.
Like many Virginia wineries, Chrysalis is experimenting with a variety of grapes. They specialize in French and Spanish varietals, but they are well known for producing top-tier wines from the Norton hybrid.
Accommodations and Dining
If you are looking for luxurious accommodations and a first-rate dining experience, you will find both at the Goodstone Inn. The gourmet, farm-to-table menu and extensive wine list have twice landed Goodstone's restaurant on Wine Enthusiast's top-100 list.
Red Fox Inn
The oldest building in town and America's oldest continually inn, Red Fox has been offering accommodations and fine dining for the last 286 years.