You’ve seen the Christmas light in your town this year, and now, you’re looking for something a little different. Something unusual and fun that could be the start of a new family tradition? Have you considered joining us for one of our holiday winery tours? If not, we’d love to have you!
Blue Valley is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, which gives the area a storybook feel with unforgettable views that will have your family and friends talking about the adventure for years to come. Even better, the area is far more than just scenic vistas, it’s also steeped in historical significance since the land the winery was built on was once part of an estate that belonged to none other than John Marshal, who served as the fourth Chief Justice to the US Supreme Court.
In addition to the fact that our holiday winery tours give you a unique opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at how we work our winemaking magic, it’s also a great opportunity to sample some of our vintages for yourself. Come for the tour but stay for a wine tasting and while you’re at it, help yourself to some of our wholesome and delicious food.
Are you planning a company Christmas party this year? Is there a wedding in your future? If so, or if you’ve got some other big event planned and you’ve been unimpressed by what hotel convention halls have to offer, while you’re here on one of our Holiday winery tours, you can do some advance scouting because we offer a number of venue spaces for those types of events and one of our carefully cultivated venue spaces might be perfect for you.
Our smallest space can accommodate up to 40 guests, making it perfect for more intimate gatherings, while our largest space and main wine tasting room can accommodate up to two hundred. If the event you’re planning will have more people than that, you can even book multiple rooms to make sure there’s plenty of space for all your guests.
In any case, a holiday tour might be just the thing this year and if it’s something you’re considering, below, you’ll find our Winter Season hours of operation:
Winter Season Hours of Operation (December through March)
Monday through Thursday: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday through Sunday: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Please note, however, that we are closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day.
If you’ve already got your holiday plans finalized this year and want to wait until spring to pay us a visit, note that our peak season hours of operation are slightly different. We’ll include them here too, for your convenience.
Peak Season Hours of Operation (April through November)
Monday through Thursday: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday through Sunday: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
If you have any questions prior to scheduling your visit, don’t hesitate to give us a call.