A popular roadside spot for local wine lovers, Bogati Bodega offers a variety of attractive amenities to encourage patrons to linger with their favorite glass of wine.
When the owners of Veramar Vineyard went on vacation to Argentina, they fell in love. A short time later, their off-site tasting room, Bogati Bodega, was born.
Bogati Bodega sits at the side of Route 7 in Round Hill. It is connected to Hill High Country Store, which is the favorite pie destination of many a Washingtonian.
Veramar creates a half dozen Argentinian-style wines just for Bogati, which includes a very popular Malbec.
The tasting room is a lovely, sunny Mission-style space with dark wood beams. The interior windows open onto a special events dining room dominated by a long table for 20. Ceiling fans and pendant lights set an elegant tone. That tone carries through the tasting room with a couple of red leather couches flanking a wood burning fireplace. A large patio overlooks a big farm pond.
The tasting room is open late on Fridays (until 9, at this writing). Frequent special events are open to the public.
Tapas and pizza are among the menu items available for purchase. Don’t forget that pies are available for purchased next door.
Thanks to Nancy Bauer of Virginia Wine in My Pocket for writing the original draft.