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Lexington Valley Vineyard

Lexington Valley Vineyard A new family owned and operated Virginia Farm Winery producing handcrafted wines from French-American hybrid varietals. Our winery and website are still under construction. Watch for us to open to the public in the summer of 2007. We hope to see you then! Lexington Valley Vineyard is a family operated vineyard and winery located on 81 rolling, scenic acres in the Shenandoah Valley ten minutes Northwest of Lexington, Virginia. The first planting of Norton grapes was completed in March, 2000. Norton (sometimes called Cynthiana) is a Virginia original first described around 1835. Norton is believed to be a naturally occurring cross between an American wild grape and a French cultivar. The wine from this grape is a deeply colored, dry red with a very full-bodied flavor. If you like a complex dry red wine like Merlot, we highly recommend you try a bottle of Norton. Norton wines are currently available from several Virginia and Missouri wineries.

Follow I-64 West from Lexington to exit 50, Kerr's Creek Exit - which is Rt. 60, Fredericktown Rd. Make a left at the end of the exit ramp (Rt. 60 East), and go to the stop sign. Turn left at the stop sign (still Rt. 60 East - Midland Trail Rd.). Make the next left on to Big Springs Rd., Rt. 631. This is a very short distance. Take Big Spring Drive, Rt. 631 to Bethany Rd., Rt. 625. Turn left onto Bethany Rd. Follow Bethany Rd. to a stop sign at Turkey Hill Rd, Rt. 602. (Church on right) Turn left onto Turkey Hill Rd. Go approximately 1.3 miles on Turkey Hill Rd. The Lexington Valley Vineyard entrance is on the right, marked with our sign . The entrance road is called Norton Way.

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80 Norton Way, Rockbridge Baths, VA, US, 24473 Email:
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  Black Tie Norton
Looking for a classy big red that stands up to the best of food? Black Tie combines rich tannins and berry flavors with the smoothness of Cabernet Sauvignon. "It is an everyday wine for expensive tastes". Silver Medal - 2007 Virginia Governor's Cup
  Chill (Norton Rosé)
What's better in the summer than enjoying a cold refreshing glass of Rosé by the barbeque? Our Norton Rosé is unique with a hint of sweetness, made to be enjoyed young, fresh and chilled.
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Aged to perfection in oak barrels for nearly two years, this complex big red can be enjoyed now or laid down for that future, special occasion!
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An exciting hybrid of the popular German grape Gewurztraminer, Traminette produces a light semi-dry white wine with just a hint of sweetness and flavors of apples and apricots. Great with all types of seafood, chicken, salads.
  Vidal Blanc
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An excellent crisp, dry white wine with aromas and flavors of peaches and pears. Enjoy with cheese, appetizers, pasta, fish and chicken.


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