Suffering from acute novinophobia (that’s the fear of running out of wine)?
No fear, there is always plenty of wine to be had by all on the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail – a great excursion to be had while staying at the Inn at Warner Hall.
The Trail visits nine distinct wineries in the beautiful and historic Northern Neck of Virginia, starting at The Potomac Point Winery in Stafford and ending at the New Kent Winery in New Kent.
Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to sample Rhine-style whites at the Oak Crest Vineyard and Winery, visit the Athena Vineyards and Winery by boat, and try handcrafted dry and sweet wines at White Fences Vineyard in Irvington.
When you finish at the New Kent Winery, you’ll visit a one-of-a-kind “green” winery constructed from century old heart pine trusses, pre-Civil War bricks and cypress siding from 1,000-year-old sinker logs. With a trail as scenic as it is tasty, you just might make this trip an annual tradition.
When you go, remember to bring your official Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail Passport with you – but if you forget, you can easily find one in a Wine Trail tasting room.
With each visit to a winery on the Trail, you earn a stamp. Once you’ve received seven stamps, you can enjoy 10% off all wine purchases at Trail locations for a full year. Add 2 more stamps, and you will receive a 15% discount!
Make the Inn at Warner Hall your Wine Trail home base for the weekend, so that when the tasting day is over, you can settle down with your favorite bottle bought during the day out on our dock, watch the sunset, and enjoy a Warner Hall Supper Basket.
Nothing goes together better than wine and Warner Hall.
And like we said, you have nothing to fear!