You will want to linger with a glass of wine and something from the lunch menu as you take in the panoramic views at Bluemont Vineyard.
Bluemont is known for its spectacular panoramic views. At nearly 1000 feet of elevation, you can see Tysons Corner as you sip your Viognier.
No picnics (with outside food) are allowed here, but there’s plenty of food on the menu. Food items can be enjoyed inside or on the patio. The menu includes cheese, salamis, spreads and tapenades, along with warm baguettes. Hot soups, stews, sandwiches or chowders are offered on the weekend.
Groups of 8 or more must make a reservation ahead of time.
A well-stocked home decor shop full of one-of-a-kind gifts, furniture, wine related items, T-shirts is next to the tasting room.
Private parties and weddings can be scheduled in “The Cellar” (seating 50) or “The Stable” (seating 350).
Pets on a leash are welcome.
Seated tastings are available for those with children or for disabled visitors.
A handicapped ramp is available.
Take the Dulles Toll Road (267) West. Continue on the Toll Road past Dulles Airport towards Leesburg. At the end of the Toll Road, bearing left onto Route 7 West towards Winchester. Go 16 miles on Route 7 West, passing the towns of Purcellville & Round Hill. As you start up the mountain, turn left onto Route 760 (Clayton Hall Road) into the town of Bluemont. Take the first left onto Snickersville Turnpike. Take the first right onto Foggy Bottom Road. Winery is 1/2 mile on the right.
Thanks to Nancy Bauer of Virginia Wine in My Pocket for writing the original draft.