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Virginia winery map

The Virginia Winery Guide can be ordered through the Virginia Wine Marketing Board Office. You can also find the maps at Virginia winery tasting rooms state-wide.

The 2013 Virginia Winery Guide, produced by the Virginia Wine Board Marketing Office, is now available. The guide has been updated this year to feature 230 wineries, cideries and meaderies. Along with a detailed, topographic driving map of Virginia with the winery locations, the Virginia Winery Guide also has a comprehensive listing of all the wineries. This listing includes the location, hours, directions, and contact information for each winery. and ready for distribution.

This year marks the third annual Virginia Winery Guide Photography Contest. Professional photographers and novices alike submitted more than 500 pictures statewide. This year’s winner is Christina Brewer of Northern VA. Her photograph was taken at Hume Vineyards. Her photograph was selected because it embodied the overall vision of Virginia wines: sophisticated yet approachable wines in picturesque countryside setting.

The 2013 cover image features the newly designated Middleburg AVA, and was photographed by James Hanna. For more information on James Hanna photography, please call (540) 668-7707 or visit

To receive a copy of the 2013 Virginia Winery Guide, visit and fill in your mailing address. Winery guides are sent at no cost and will arrive in 1-2 weeks. If you need the map right away, you can download any of the regional maps. Guides have been distributed to all the wineries and tourism centers in Virginia, as well as many wine shops, bed and breakfasts, and restaurants throughout the Commonwealth, so you can probably also get one at your favorite tasting room!

Businesses in Virginia or surrounding areas that would like to display the Virginia winery guide can either email or call the Virginia Wine Marketing Board at (804) 344-8200.