Granite Heights Winery
Open For Wine Sales By Appointment
(From December 8, 2014 to April 3, 2015)
For sales, please contact us by e-mail or phone
Tasting Room re-opens April 4, 2015.
Mark your calendars - April 18, 2015 at 3 to 5 PM -Saturday
Book Signing by Richard Leahy at Granite Heights
for the new 2nd edition of Beyond Jefferson's Vines which has been published and Granite Heights is featured with detailed coverage
Also, on April 18, 2015- Besides our regular tasting flight, GH is having a Petit Manseng flight of wines - 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 .
Tasting Room Phone: 540 349 5185
Located just outside of Warrenton, Virginia (in northern Virginia or the Piedmont area of Fauquier County), the Granite Heights farm encompasses over 200 acres of farm land and forest that we are actively preserving as farmland. Our Wines, Honey, and Jams are very limited in production and therefore our Heart and Soul goes into every bottle and jar of what we make.
JOIN the Granite Heights Wine Club.
Details are on the "Wines" page.
Space is very limited.
GH Wines can be purchased at the Tasting Room
or on-line through VinoShipper.com at http://vinoshipper.com/wines/granite_heights_winery
See the 'Wines' tab for more information.
** For individuals, the tasting fee is $7 plus tax (glass not included), and typically includes 6 wines all produced and bottled at Granite Heights.
Note: Groups of 7 or more for wine tastings:
Please call in advance to make an appointment and to reserve a room/table (see the "Group Tastings" page for important details).
We now are shipping our wines to residents of Virginia. If you are interested, please contact the Tasting Room by phone or e-mail.
The Washington Post, Travel section
September 7, 2014- where Granite Heights was listed for "Best Wines" http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/2014/09/11/53b61fc6-346e-11e4-a723-fa3895a25d02_story.html
Fall 2013 edition of the Piedmont Business Journal
(nice article about Granite Heights)
The April 10, 2013 Washington Post
(in the Lifestyle- Food section), where GH was mentioned as one of the 10 Mid-Atlantic Wineries Worth Exploring.
The Wine Advocate's David Schildknecht's review ("Best of 2012") of some of our wines at eRobertParker.com
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