June 5, 6, 7: Mountain Adventure Weekend
Chateau Morrisette (Floyd)
A weekend dedicated to nature, outdoor recreation, fresh air, mountain vistas, great food and awesome wines. Check the website for full details.
June 5: Live After Five
The Winery at Bull Run (Centreville)
First in the series of Live After Five every Friday night. Live bands with different genres each week, 5:30-8:30. Holly Montgomery with Country cover songs kicks off the series.
June 6: Annual Corn Hole Tournament
Three Fox Vineyards (Delaplane)
Great setting for this popular annual event. Get your team together and enter the double elimination tournament. Competition begins at l:00.
June 6: Grand Opening of New Outdoor Space
Keswick Vineyards (Keswick)
Space includes new deck, outdoor tasting bar and plenty of tables and umbrellas. Specials and giveaways throughout the day. Rockfish Gap Bluegrass and Black Jack's Mobile Soul Food.
June 6: Rassawek Spring Jubilee Wine & Heritage Festival
Rassawek Vineyard (Columbia/Goochland County)
Two wonderful festivals at one location. Activities include steam train ride, acoustic music, antique cars, kids' activities, local produce, chocolate, gourmet foods . . . lots of wine, of course. And more!
June 6: Chef Series Kicks Off
Foggy Ridge Cider (Dugspur)
Local Roots, Roanoke's top spot for locavore dining comes to Foggy Ridge. Chef Matt offers three pairings to sample with three ciders. Reservations.
June 6: Notaviva Bluegrass Jam
Notaviva Vineyards (Purcellville)
Featuring Short Hill Mountain Boys. Jams are open to players of all skill levels. Come jam along or just enjoy the music. Wine and snacks.
June 6: Dog Days of Summer
DuCard Vineyards (Etlan)
Bring your pooch (on a leash) for a day of fun and games to support Madison Co. Animal Shelter. Music by Kat and the Travelers.
June 6: Annual Wine & Trotter Festival
Shenandoah County Fairgrounds (Woodstock)
Thrilling harness races from noon to 4:00. Great music, food, crafters and 10 wineries of the Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail. A fun event!
June 7: Library Tasting
Gray Ghost Vineyards (Amissville)
Three or four wines featured with limited number available for sale to those participating. Reservations recommended.
June 7: Sunday Jazz
Chateau Morrisette (Floyd)
First Sunday through October with jazz musicians on the courtyard. A free event to enjoy with family, dogs and friends. Wines and grilled foods available to purchase.
June 7: Wine and Design
Trump Winery (Charlottesville)
Join in an afternoon of painting. Instruction and materials provided. Light hors d'oeuvres and glass of wine included. Reservations.
June 7: Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin
Hiddencroft Vineyards (Lovettsville)
Sip a glass of wine and converse with Mr. Jefferson and Dr. Franklin about the superiority of wine over whiskey in their day and the state of Virginia wine today.
June 13: Summer Celebration at Lee Hall
Lee Hall Mansion (Newport News)
One of the Peninsula's most popular events, on the beautiful Mansion grounds blooming with late spring splendor. The finest vintages from Virginia's best wineries along with live music, exquisite food and unique crafts.
June 20: Three Rivers Wine Festival
Town Square (West Point)
Inaugural event in beautiful downtown West Point celebrates the active and growing Virginia wine industry. Savor delicious specialty foods and wines from 10+ wineries, craft artisans, music and fun activities for the whole family.
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