A website that promotes tourism in Virginia contains a guide to touring the wineries in the state. The guide notes that there are almost 300 wineries in Virginia. The guide goes on to list five separate wine trails. It has a brief description of the trail. Three professional color photos are posted, which readers are invited to pin. Each trail listed has an embedded website. Links to related stories are embedded at the end of the guide. One person posted a comment.
- Wine is a key facet of Virginia’s history and the state has many vineyards.
- Wine trails include the Monticello Wine Trail, the Shenandoah Wine Trail, the Colonial Wine Trail, and the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail.
- Exploring Virginia’s wine trails is a great way to learn more about the history and culture of the state.
“The best way to experience Virginia wine for yourself is to pick a wine trail and get started on an epic wine getaway.”