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Gadino Cellars

  • Address:
    92 Schoolhouse Road
    Washington, VA 22747
  • Phone:
    (540) 987-9292
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Slip away for a few hours to the quiet and beautiful countryside of Rappahannock County, VA and become part of Gadino Cellars La Famiglia. Relax with our assortment of fine wines, gourmet cheeses and sausage in our Italian-inspired tasting room or on our sun-splashed deck overlooking the year round gardens, our vineyards and the enchanting Blue Ridge Mountains. Please feel free to bring your own picnic lunch. For pet lovers, dogs are welcomed at the winery when leashed. Furthering the Italian experience during your visit, we have two regulation size Bocce Ball Courts to enhance your "wining" pleasure. Also explore antique & gift shops, art studios populated with the work of local, world class artists, and top-rated dining options in the nearby villages of "Little" Washington and Sperryville.