Knife & Fork
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At the end of May, as Virginia businesses moved into Phase One of reopening, 12 Ridges Vineyard started welcoming...
For many, COVID-19 has made it feel as if time is standing still. For local wineries, however, the early- April...
Raise a glass to 2019
Like all agricultural endeavors, growing grapes is subject to the vicissitudes of weather. In Virginia, after a...
Just off of Route 29, about 25 miles north of Charlottesville, a two-lane road gently rises and falls with the...
Jake Busching has a killer grin. It’s cozy and sly, a knowing, amused-by-the-world look that a salty old sea captain...
By Robert Harlee How does one create a successful winery? Make delicious wines, promise an engaging customer...
Today, we’re seeing a wine renaissance in the Shenandoah Valley. But the history of wine growing in this region goes...
In the spirit of a barn-raising, friends from around the country gathered to help at a vineyard planting party. It...
Changes ahead for Market...
After 31 years of selling wine, fresh bread, cheese and more at Market Street Wineshop from the basement level of 311...
He pulls the golf cart onto the right side of the gravel path: “Let me show you some of this viognier.” Carrington...
An abstract discourse
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