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Come out, enjoy our wines, and relax on the porch at
Fincastle Vineyard&Winery

Make sure to keep up to date on all our events over on the "Event Page."

Winery News

Looking to host a bachelorette party, Bridal shower but would like something different and memorable! This should be a evening of reminiscing and a fun time to bond with your closest friends before you change your name and your status. Have a “Wine and Art” party as seen in Bella Magazine June 2014 edition. Please send us an email or give us a call so we plan your event.

“Wine and Art” series Local artist, Lindee Katdare, will be hosting a couples 80's theme night in November. This will not be offered at any other locations or private events. Please see the events page for details.

Check this out we are featured in the new Mr. Bill's Wine Cellar Commercial! MPA Productions Presents: Mr. Bill's Wine Cellar Commercial Feb 2013 from MPA Weddings on Vimeo.

Having a Wedding, Anniversary, Corporate Event, Family Reunion? Make this day special with custom wine labels. Please call or send us an email to discuss all the possibilities.

About the Winery

Nestled in the Great Valley of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, Fincastle Vineyard & Winery produces wines using traditional Bordeaux small scale techniques. From the vines of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Chardonnay come wines pressed gently and aged in oak. After 10 years in the planning, David, Georgia, and their son, Richard opened Botetourt County's first farm winery in 2003 with a special emphasis on quality and not quantity. According to the Virginia Wine Guide "Fincastle's 2001 reds are beautifully handcrafted blockbuster wines, dark, lush and intensely flavored."

Built into the hillside by our farmhouse, the winery is a gravity-fed operation, thus insuring the completely natural handling of the wine. The unique construction of the winery utilizes top-level in-ground primary fermentation storage, below which are three levels of barrel storage, providing for the downward flow of wine during racking.

The vineyard can be seen from the Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 100. A simple desire to "do something with the land" has blossomed into a thriving vineyard where once there were only cows and hay.