Highlights To Try As You Meander Through The Villages Of This Quaint County
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Before & After
An espresso café and wine bar set in a historic building that offers local, seasonal fare. Try the quiche of the day paired with a specialty latte starring added flavors like cardamom, turmeric or detoxifying charcoal. Don’t miss the extensive Rappahannock County Wine Wall.
31 Main St., Sperryville
Copper Fox Distillery
It’s like hanging out in your grandfather’s really cool basement, complete with Sinatra tunes, exposed pipes, an antique moonshine still and a copper fish. Grab a cocktail at the bar made with Peachwood Single Malt Whisky and cozy up by the fire.
9 River Lane, Sperryville
A small space serving impressive fixed dinners four nights per week using hand-crafted foods from the county.
20 Main St., Sperryville
Hopkins Ordinary Bed and Breakfast + Ale Works
Five guest rooms or a private Garden Cottage right in the heart of Sperryville. Full breakfast with local ingredients and hand-crafted ales in the cellar.
47 Main St., Sperryville
Rappahannock Cellars/Dida’s Distillery
You can’t go wrong with a winery and distillery in one. Noted for a top-notch wine club, Charmat Rosé (a sparkling Cabernet Franc) and cinnamon vodka.
14437 Hume Road, Huntly
Little Washington Winery
Known for beautiful views, small-batch wines and vino education classes.
72 Christmas Tree Lane, Washington
Quièvremont Vineyard and Winery
A boutique farm-vineyard in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains specializing in estate-grown Bordeaux varietals and blends.
162 Gidbrown Hollow Road #335, Washington
Gray Ghost Vineyards
Rappahannock County’s oldest winery, family owned and operated. Make sure to sample the 2016 Petit Verdot.
14706 Lee Highway, Amissville