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Wisteria LogoWe are open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. We also offer curbside pickup and shipping within the state of Virginia.

We are located at 1126 Marksville Rd, Stanley, VA and our phone number is 540-742-1489.  Reservations recommended.  No groups larger than 20; groups of 6 or more MUST make a reservation.  Please note that we are an adult (21+) only property.

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IMPORTANT PROCEDURES & GUIDELINES FOR WINTER:  Wisteria is looking forward to welcoming you during the winter months!  Our tasting room is available only for the placing of orders and restroom use and requires the proper wearing of a mask.  Please knock at the front entrance.  Once your order is placed, you will exit at the back where you may enjoy it at one of the tables outside or in our covered seating area (or to go!).  We will be open for regular business hours of Friday through Sunday from 12 – 5 p.m.  We will be closed Monday through Thursday.  In the interest of safety and pleasure, we do have some rules we will need you to follow in order to remain on property:

  • While our outside spaces and tables are open seating, we have limited under cover seating with heating, which will be available by reservation only (no same day reservations, please!), with a two hour stay time limit.  While not available to reserve, the outside fire pit will also have a two hour stay limit, so others can enjoy it as well.  If you show up, and we have availability, we will, of course, be happy to accommodate you.  In this manner, we hope to be able to allow everyone to enjoy themselves and have a good time.  You may call 540-742-1489 or email us at info@wisteriavineyard.com to make a reservation.
  • You are welcome to bring your own chairs and blankets (as well as any picnics!), to help bundle up outside.
  • We will be strictly enforcing the social distance guidelines as recommended by the CDC and other authorities, with markers for lines for ordering or the restroom, and through the placement of our tables.  To that end, please do not move our tables, and when setting up your chairs or blanket, please respect the distance of at least 6 feet from others.
  • We require that you properly wear a mask when ordering or using the restroom, as well as when moving around the property.  For your safety (and ours!), our staff will be wearing masks.
  • Groups of 6 or more MUST make a reservation.  Due to limited seating and colder weather, we cannot accommodate groups of more than 10 people for the covered areas at this time.
  • We will be serving flights (samples of 4 wines), glasses, and bottles.  You are welcome to bring your own glasses if you are purchasing bottles.
  • We do not offer any food, but as always, you are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy with your wine.  NO outside alcohol is permitted.
  • We still allow well-behaved pets as long as they are kept on a short leash and attached to their human!

We look forward to seeing you this winter, and hope to make it a relaxing and enjoyable experience, as well as a safe and healthy one for all!  The rules laid out above are designed with your safety in mind and follow the guidelines set forth by the state of Virginia. We greatly appreciate your cooperation, understanding, and patience.

For those who are uncomfortable with staying on-premises to enjoy our wine, we are still offering curbside pickup!

1. Curbside pickup – call 540-742-1489 or email us at info@wisteriavineyard.com to place your order.  Swing by at your convenience, honk your horn to let us know you are there, and we will load it in your trunk for you!

2. Free shipping within the state of Virginia with a minimum order of 6 bottles!

Please click here for a copy of our Tasting Notes which we have in our Facebook photos!

Thanks for your understanding and continued support and stay safe!

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Thank you for visiting our site.  We are located in the Shenandoah Valley in Page county, known for its rural character and scenic beauty, between the towns of Luray and Stanley.  Our small farm winery is nestled on the western slope of the Blue Ridge mountains.  We harvest and process all our wine from the grapes we grow. This is a working farm and vineyard; we have a small flock of natural-colored Romney sheep as well as free-roaming chickens for your viewing pleasure while picnicking and enjoying your wine!  We also sell the eggs and yarn they provide us with.



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You place your order in the tasting room where masks are required at all times, then take it outside to enjoy!

We invite you to come out and enjoy a day in the country.  Bring a picnic and wander around the farm and vineyard, picnic by the creek, or just sit at one of our many outside tables scattered around, enjoying the wine and the surroundings. 

In the colder months, warm yourself by the fire pit or on the covered crush pad with heaters.  We offer free wi-fi for our friends while you are enjoying your wine. (Pre-COVID photo!)


We'd love to have you join our extended family!  See this link on our Facebook page for more details.  If you are interested in joining us, just shoot us an email or let us know the next time you come by!

Our farm dates from the 1890s, although we are the first to grow grapes here. Our tasting room is an addition to the original house, a lovely Victorian.  Our vineyard is located on a very old creek bed and is extremely porous and rocky, which helps the grapevines thrive. 


We follow sustainable agriculture practices, and strive to be good stewards of the land.  All of our trellising is made from cedars grown on our property which we had to clear to make way for the vineyard - no treated posts and recycling at its best!

We believe a great wine comes from great grapes.  To that end, we spend most of our time in the vineyard, tending the grapes.  We pick them at the optimal time to allow the wine to achieve it's highest potential on it's own with minimal interference from the winemaker. 

All of our wine is crafted from 100% estate-grown grapes.  Our offerings include Pinot Gris, Chardonnay (oak and steel), Viognier, Traminette, Seyval, Vidal, Petit Verdot, Carmine, and Norton.  We also offer three semi-sweet blends (Velvet, Ashtaroot, and Adonis) and a dessert wine (Sweet Daisy).  Our flights are $8 for four wines.

We ship within the state of Virginia; if you would like to order our wine, just send an email to info@wisteriavineyard.com!

                                    2021 Events Calendar

We invite you to come out and enjoy a day in the country.  Bring a picnic to enjoy with our wine while you listen to our Music Under the Arbor series from June through October! Wander around the farm and vineyard, picnic by the creek, or just sit on our deck, enjoying the wine, music, and the surroundings.  In the cooler months, warm yourself by one of our outdoor heaters or the fire pit.

During the winter months, we will be offering mulled wine to help warm you up!

Mach is Virginia Wine & Dine Month – As part of the celebration we will offer 10% off all purchase for four cans of non-perishable goods.  The food items will be donated to our local food bank at Page One.  Offer good throughout the month of March; no limit to the number of days; one per day.

Our Music Under the Arbor series will begin in June and run through October, with music on most Saturdays from 3 - 5 p.m.  During inclement weather it will be under cover.

June 5 - Greg Ward. Greg's performance consists of an upbeat acoustic set that is an explosive blend of classic Reggae hits, Motown, Rock, as well as Originals, all with an Island flavor!

June 12 - Haze & Dacey. Haze & Dacey revel in lilting melodies, tight harmonies, and compelling rhythms that make toes tap and bodies sway.  Original songs are interspersed amongst covers both familiar and obscure.  The duo skips nimbly from folk-pop to alt-country to roots-rock, creating a homegrown organic sound with upright bass, acoustic guitar, piano, shaker, tambourine, and mouth-horn. 

June 19 - Me & Martha. This duo are members of America's Old-Time Country and Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame keeping up a family tradition of Appalachian Mountain Music. Me & Martha play American Rural Roots Music which for Me & Martha usually includes: American fiddle tradition, blues, old-time string band, sea shanties and work songs, old-time-country, bluegrass, and contemporary folk ballads.

June 26 - Davis & Bradley.  Kathy Davis & Bradley Bishop have teamed up to present a one of a kind musical experience which is exciting, entertaining, and offers something for everyone! The innovative duo has drawn from their individual bluegrass, old time, and swing influences, to create something magical, while remaining true to the roots of the music they love.

July 3 - Brian Coughlin. Brian is a musician/singer from Ireland originally and now living in Roanoke Va.  He plays and sings folk songs are from Ireland, England, Scotland and America.

July 10 - Emily Julia Kresky.  Emily's songs are rich with alluring lyrics, dynamic stops, catchy melodies, and are delivered with impassioned vocals.

July 17 - Michael McCray. Michael is a singer songwriter and plays original compositions, contemporary folk, and an eclectic mix of traditional Americana, rock, jazz, bluegrass, and whatever else feels right.

July 24 - Virginia and Mike Hasty.  Virginia and Mike play light classic rock and are a great local duo.

August 7 - Haze & Dacey. Haze & Dacey revel in lilting melodies, tight harmonies, and compelling rhythms that make toes tap and bodies sway.  Original songs are interspersed amongst covers both familiar and obscure.  The duo skips nimbly from folk-pop to alt-country to roots-rock, creating a homegrown organic sound with upright bass, acoustic guitar, piano, shaker, tambourine, and mouth-horn. 

August 14 - Emily Julia Kresky.  Emily's songs are rich with alluring lyrics, dynamic stops, catchy melodies, and are delivered with impassioned vocals.

August 21 - Michael McCray. Michael is a singer songwriter and plays original compositions, contemporary folk, and an eclectic mix of traditional Americana, rock, jazz, bluegrass, and whatever else feels right.

Aug 28 – Pick ‘em & Stomp ‘em A fun-filled day for all! Come out early for the Blessing of the Vines and help harvest our first grapes of the season. Once the grapes have been picked, the stomping begins! If you've ever wondered what it's like to stomp grapes like Lucy or just see the process of turning grapes into wine, this is your chance! We'll also provide lunch for our volunteers as well as a vertical tasting. The date is dependent on the grapes and Mother Nature, so be sure to check our website or give us a call ahead of time that week.

Reservations are required for this event and should be made by August 14 so we have a good count for lunch.  Ticket price of $10 per person includes harvest, stomping, lunch (and wine!) as well as 10% off all purchases.  We begin at 8 a.m. with the Blessing of the Vines and harvest.  Wine Club members and under 21 are free.

Sunday, August 29 - Anniversary Party & Music with Greg Ward from 2 - 4 p.m.!  Help us celebrate our 11 year anniversary with munchies, wine, and music!

September 11 - Hasty Brothers.  The Hasty Brothers are a local duo who play the great classical rock that we all know and love!  Party on!

September 18 - Me & Martha. This duo are members of America's Old-Time Country and Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame keeping up a family tradition of Appalachian Mountain Music. Me & Martha play American Rural Roots Music which for Me & Martha usually includes: American fiddle tradition, blues, old-time string band, sea shanties and work songs, old-time-country, bluegrass, and contemporary folk ballads.

October 2 - Haze & Dacey. Haze & Dacey revel in lilting melodies, tight harmonies, and compelling rhythms that make toes tap and bodies sway.  Original songs are interspersed amongst covers both familiar and obscure.  The duo skips nimbly from folk-pop to alt-country to roots-rock, creating a homegrown organic sound with upright bass, acoustic guitar, piano, shaker, tambourine, and mouth-horn. 

October 16 - Davis & Bradley.  Kathy Davis & Bradley Bishop have teamed up to present a one of a kind musical experience which is exciting, entertaining, and offers something for everyone! The innovative duo has drawn from their individual bluegrass, old time, and swing influences, to create something magical, while remaining true to the roots of the music they love.

October 23 - Brian Coughlin. Brian is a musician/singer from Ireland originally and now living in Roanoke Va.  He plays and sings folk songs are from Ireland, England, Scotland and America.

October 30 - Virginia and Mike Hasty.  Virginia and Mike play light classic rock and are a great local duo.

November - We will be offering warm, mulled wine!

Thanksgiving – Xmas 

   -- warm, mulled wine

   -- 10% off purchases for four cans of non-perishable goods.  The food items will be donated to our local food bank at Page One.  Offer good until Christmas; no limit to the number of days, one per day.

   -- Purchase 4 bottles of wine and draw for a gift!

December 17 - 19 – Come out and celebrate the first day of winter as well as the holiday season at our Christmas Open House!  We will have assorted light refreshments available for munching while enjoying a glass of wine by the fire!


      

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