Passion & Family
You could start a vineyard and winery from scratch because it’s cool. We did it because we're passionate about it. We love that good wine and food brings family and friends together to share stories and laughter. We love the mountain views, crisp clean air, neighboring farms and vineyards in the valley below. Visit us, become our friends, have some of our wine, and you’ll get it too.
Teresa Chardonnay (2019)
This 2019 dry, estate grown, Chardonnay is named after our sister-in-law. It was fermented and aged in stainless steel and benefits from aging on lees and lees stirring. It expresses mild tannins, subtle fruits, including apple, melon, and citrus, and a clean finish.
Eileen Chardonnay (2019)
This dry 2019 Chardonnay is named after our sister-in-law. It was fermented in stainless steel, completed ML fermentation, and was aged on lees with lees stirring and in new & neutral French oak for about 5 months. It expresses mild oak and fruit tannins, apple, melon, citrus, hints of vanilla and a lingering pleasant finish.
2020 Lisa Sauvignon Blanc
This 2020 estate grown Sauvignon Blanc white wine is named after our only daughter. It’s fruit forward, crisp and expresses tropical fruits, especially citrus and classic grassy notes. It was fermented and aged in stainless steel for about 6 months. Silver medal winner in the 2022 Virginia Governor’s Cup.
2020 Erin Viognier
This dry 2020 Viognier white wine is named after our niece. It was fermented and aged in stainless steel for about 6 months and expresses pome, stone and tropical fruits, especially pear and peach. Yum! Silver medal in the 2022 Loudoun Wine Awards and bronze medal in the 2023 Virginia Governor's Cup.
Megan Petit Manseng (2020)
This 2020 dry, crisp, bright Petit Manseng is named after our niece. This white wine was fermented in stainless steel, with no oak, was aged on lees with lees stirring, expresses tropical fruits, especially citrus, and a clean finish. Perfect on warmer days.
Named and blended by our wine club members, winners of our 2019 red blending competition, B3 (short for the Belle’s & Beaux’s of Beallair, their home near Charles Town, WV) is a dry, fruit forward, Bordeaux style blend of estate Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon. It was aged in new and neutral French oak barrels for about 12 months and expresses dark red/black fruits, mild tannins, and a smooth finish. Silver medal in the 2021 San Diego International Wine & Spirit Challenge and silver medal in the 2023 Virginia Governor's Cup.
Timmy Petit Verdot (2019)
Named after our nephew, this dry 2019 Petit Verdot (our first) was aged in new and neutral French oak for about 12 months, has garnet red color, and expresses smooth tannins, rich red and black fruits, and a lingering finish. Enjoy! Silver medal winner in the 2022 Virginia Governor’s Cup.
Danny Tannat (2019)
This 2019 varietal Tannat red wine (our first) is named after our nephew, godson, and husband to our niece. It was tank fermented and then aged in new and neutral French oak barrels for about 12 months. It is deep purple in color and expresses black fruits, smooth tannins and a lingering finish. Definitely a food wine.
2nd Act Red Wine Blend (2019)
Named for this family venture, this dry, fruit forward, Bordeaux style blend of 2019 Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot & Petit Verdot, was aged in neutral and new French oak for about 12 months, is garnet in color, and expresses dark red/black fruits, spice, mild tannins, and a smooth finish. Silver medal winner in the 2020 Virginia Governor’s Cup; Silver medal in the 2021 Loudoun Wine Awards. Think steak or dark chocolate.
2020 Valle Tranquilo
This is our collaborative red wine blend made with our Cabernet Franc and red wines from our 7 neighbors on the Loudoun Heights Wine Trail. It’s complex, garnet red color, and expresses dark red fruits, milder tannins and a long finish.