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868 Estate Vineyards

  • Address:
    14001 Harpers Ferry Rd
    Purcellville, VA 20132
  • Phone:
    (540) 668-7008
Overview
Yelp

868 Estate Vineyards is Northern Virginia’s unique destination vineyard, blending a spectacular location with outstanding wines and elegant dining. Join us in the tasting room to sample our award winning wines and talk with our winemaker and staff about our philosophy of combining old-world traditions with leading edge wine technology. To go with your wine, select an assortment of perfectly paired gourmet food from Grandale Restaurant, our on-site full service restaurant recently named one of Northern Virginia’s Top 50 Restaurants. Once you’ve made your selections, sit outside on our beautifully landscaped patio, overlooking historic stone walls, giant sycamore trees and a murmuring fountain. Or, instead, take a blanket and explore the extensive property to locate that perfect picnic spot for your family… or just the two of you.