Enticing Virginia Viogniers

14 new reviews show the Old Dominion’s vintners are having success with the white Rhône grape and providing value as well
Jul 2, 2010
Virginia’s wine industry has been growing in recent years, albeit quietly and out of the limelight. The state now counts over 140 wineries, up from 46 in 1995 and behind only California, New York, Oregon and Washington. Virginia is the seventh-largest commercial grape-producing state in the country, harvesting 7,000 tons of grapes in 2008 (from 2,500 acres of vines), a 25 percent increase from the previous year.

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