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The first wave: 1953 to '59, presented by local...
Cynthia Newton, locally born artisan, will be back in the Tasting Room featuring her River Print Opening at The Hague Winery, artwork focusi...
Wine Club Members will enjoy a wine and oyster pairing. If you'd like more information on how to join the Wine Club, please see Wine Club Ta...
Awesome Oysters is BACK! Tom Jeffries, with Awesome Oysters, will be at The Hague Winery Saturday, 11am-5pm and Sunday, 12 noon-4pm, serving...
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Between Hank William's death in 1953 and Buddy Holly's in 1959, Rock 'n Roll was born and it changed everything. In this 1 hour performance, local artist Phil McKenney will recreate those years with his original art, storytelling, and the music that refuses to die.
Seating is limited to the first 50 guests, so be sure to get your tickets now! Event will be outside under the covered pergola with 2 heaters, but be sure to dress for the weather. Feel free to bring coat, scarf, etc, or even a blanket if you wish.
Wine will be available by the glass or the bottle in the Tasting Room.
The Hague Winery tasting room is located on Historic Buena Vista Plantation, circa 1835, in a rural town, Hague, in the Northern Neck of Virginia. The tasting room is housed in a former barn that overlooks the manor home, outbuildings, vineyards and surrounding farmland. Wines are vinted in the French style from excellent quality grapes grown with precision viticulture. The tasting room features a gift shop with local crafts and photography, wine accessories, and Goot Essa cheeses, local jams/jellies, and OLLI salame.
Each vine is hand-tended throughout the growing season. The vineyard is situated on a rise–the first high ground south of the Potomac so that it remains a bit warmer in the winter from North winds and somewhat breezy year round. The soil at the winery is well-drained and sandy loam, ideally suited for grape growing. Vine rows are oriented North and South to ensure maximum sunlight on their canopies during the growing season.
With the advice of French-trained viticulturist Lucy Morton, 6,000 vines were cane-pruned and trained using the vertical shoot positioning (VSP) method. The vineyard is planted at 42 inch intervals between vines with nine foot spacing between the rows, following common practice in Europe’s higher quality vineyards.
We strive for excellence in our winemaking. Our current wines include Chardonel Sur Lees, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Captain's Reserve, and a Cynthia Dessert Wine. Chardonel is our top selling wine.
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8268 Cople Highway, Hague, Virginia 22469, United States
Monday - Thursday: By Appointment
Friday - Sunday: 11 am to 5 pm