Virginia Wineries for Sale

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WineriesandVineyards.com discreetly represents over 40 prominent wineries and vineyard properties.

Due to the delicate nature of marketing an on-going business, many winery owners choose to privately market their operation.

WineriesandVineyards.com works closely with a number of wineries which are privately available for sale with production capacities ranging from 1,000 to 400,000 cases per year and priced between $900,000 and $40,000,000.

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    • Wonderful Country Estate

      Wonderful Country Estate

      This magnificent country property is in Amherst county Virginia, near Lynchburg, and is just off of VA-130(a designated Scenic VA By-Way) and is only about 3.5 miles from
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    • Whitebarrel Winery

      Whitebarrel Winery

      On offer here is the The Whitebarrel Winery, a well-established and well-known integrated vineyard and winery located in Christiansburg, VA in the vibrant and growing Roanoke Valley region
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    • The Williamsburg Winery

      The Williamsburg Winery

      The Williamsburg Winery (TWW) ca. 1985 and never before offered, is an iconic, unique, profitable winery & diversified hospitality business with strong branding located in a vibrant well-known
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    • Castle Glen Winery

      Castle Glen Winery

      Castle Glen is a turn-key boutique winery on 10-acres specializing in high-quality wine. They operate vine-to-table by growing their grapes and bottling their wines. Located in beautiful Doswell,
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    Virginia Vineyards for Sale

    Virginia Wine and Vineyards have strong support in the state. With over 250 wineries you can find a winery in almost region in the state. The Blue Ridge Mountains, temperate climate and culture of Virginia appeal to a broad range of people not only in the state but across the country and world.

     

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    Virginia AVA’s

    An AVA is defined as “an American Viticultural Area” and is a designated wine grape growing area within the United States.There are seven different AVA’s in Virginia:

    1. George Washington Birthplace AVA
    2. Middleburg AVA
    3. The Monticello AVA
    4. The North Fork of Roanoke AVA
    5. The Rocky Knob AVA
    6. The Shenandoah Valley AVA
    7. Virginia’s Eastern Shore AVA

    Virginia Wine Grapes

    There are over 10,000 wine grape varietals in the world! That is a crazy number to think about. As for Virginia, we grow around two dozen varieties give or take. Virginia wine growers have succeeded through the years in narrowing in on the types of wine grapes that grow best in Virginia. Some of the top growing grapes in this state include:

    • Cabernet Sauvignon
    • Chardonnay
    • Merlot
    • Pinot Gris
    • Riesling
    • Albarino
    • Barbera
    • Nebbiolo

    Farm Land during SunsetVirginia Wine Promotion

    Virginia Vineyards and Wineries have had a positive effect on the economy in the state. Over 250 wineries in this state alone, and the number is growing! If you are interested in looking into grants the application can be found here.

    Vision 2020 – The Blueprint for Virginia Wine

    This is the plan designed by leaders in the Virginia Wine Industry. The goal is to have a definitive brand identity and be the capital of the Eastern capital of the American Wine Industry as measured by wine sales.

    Objective 1: Increase vineyard acreage

    The first objective is to have enough grapes produced to meet market demand so that all Virginia Wine is produced using Virginia grown grapes.

    Objective 2: Reduce the risk of growing grapes by reducing cost of growing grapes

    The strategies set forward include contracts between growers and winemakers, low interest grants, and crop-insurance.

    Objective 3: Create relationships with local government and state government

    Identify potential threats from local government, and be proactive in averting adverse action. Meet with local representatives, get to know candidates, publish annual reports.

    Objective 4: Marketing

    Driving the sales of Virginia Wine is a prime objective. Promoting Virginia as a wine destination, creating vehicles for customers to easily have access to wineries and drive home the “drink local” message.

    If you’d like to read these objectives more in depth head over here.