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Abingdon Vineyard & Winery

Abingdon Vineyard & Winery We believe in producing quality grapes and quality wines. Our customers enjoy the quiet, rustic environment and comfortable, friendly atmosphere of our winery, tasting room and events room. Our employees are treated with respect and share in our success. We are involved in our community through charitable contributions and contribute our time toward developing the viticulture/enological industry in our area. We are committed to acquiring and applying state-of-the-art knowledge in viticulture and enological practices in order to produce fine, high quality wines. Hours: We are open Wed - Sun, noon-6pm March15-December15.

Directions
From I-81 in Virginia take exit 19. Proceed east toward Damascus on US-58 for 5 miles. Take a right on route 722 [Oseola Rd] and proceed 2.4 miles. The winery will be just after a sharp hairpin turn; driveway is on the right. Route 722 will have become route 710 or Alvarado Rd. Look for the grape cluster signs beginning at US-58 and 722 to lead you in.


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20530 Alvarado Road, Abingdon, VA, US, 24211 Email: info@abingdonwinery.com
Phone: 276-623-1255 Web: www.abingdonwinery.com
Fax: 276-623-0125
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Products



  Alvarado Rouge
A semi-sweet red table wine made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Chambourcin.
  Appalachian Autumn
A a semi-sweet blush wine made from red Chambourcin grapes and white Traminette grapes.
  Appalachian Sunset
A semi-sweet blush table wine made from American varieties including Niagara, Cayuga. We call this the "backporch wine".
  Cabernet Franc
15 months, aged-in-oak dry red wine made from Cabernet Franc grapes.
  Cabernet Sauvignon
15 months, aged-in-oak, dry red wine from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.
  Chambourcin
An aged-in-oak dry red wine made from Chambourcin grapes. 15 month barrel aged dry red wine.
  Chardonel
A semi-dry white wine made from our Chardonel grapes, a cross of Chardonnay and Seyval, and aged in oak barrels about five months.
  Chardonnay
A dry, white wine aged in oak.
  Glenn's Mill Blush
A semi-sweet blush table wine made from Chambourcin grapes and processed as a white wine.
  Merlot
15 month barrel aged dry red wine.
  Misty River
A dry, white table wine made from Chardonnay and a tad of Riesling aged in stainless steel tanks.
  Misty River II
A sweet, white table wine made from Seyval grapes.
  Norton
A dry heavy bodied red wine, aged in oak for 13 months. We have currently sold all of our 2001 Norton. Our 2002 Norton grapes froze on the vine in a late spring freeze. Thus, our next 2003 harvest of Norton will not be available until 2005 as we keep it in oak barrels for over a year.
  Pinot Grigio
A semi-dry white wine made from the Pinot Grigio grapes.
  Pinot Noir/Zinfandel
15 month barrel aged, dry blend of Pinot noir and Zinfandel grapes.
  Razzle
A very sweet red table wine made from barrel aged Merlot.
  Red Hawk
A semi dry red wine blended from Chambourcin and Chardonel grapes.
  Riesling
A semi-sweet white wine made from Riesling grapes.
  Royal Blend
15 month barrel aged red wine blended from Cabernet Sauvignon and Chambourcin grapes.
  Traminette
A semi-sweet wine with a hint of spice, the grape is a cross between Gewurtztraminer and Seyve.
  Triple Duck
A sweet white wine blended from Riesling, Traminette, and Chardonel grapes.
  Vidal Blanc
A semi-sweet white wine made from Vidal Blanc grapes.
  Viognier
A semi-dry white wine made from the Viognier grapes.
  White Pinot Noir
A blush wine made from Pinot noir grapes but processed like a white wine.

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rhodies says...
Abingdon Vineyard is not near the core center of Virginia wineries, but in the far west stretch of I-81 in a delightful town which offers tourist surprises. And one of the best surprises is this family operated winery. What a nice cross section of good white and red wines, including their Norton and Norton blend wines. I've rated their wines a bit higher than I normally rate wines in general, but I rationalize this by comparing these wines against what can be found in other Virginia vineyards. Unlike most other east coast wineries, I look forward to having an excuse in returning to this location.