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Vineyards for Sale in Virginia

Wine has long been a part of Virginia’s history, with vineyards benefiting from the state’s unique terroir since before even Thomas Jefferson’s first vines. Though California wines garnered a lot of attention in the 20th century, Virginia’s vineyards and wineries have become internationally recognized over the past few decades. The market for the state’s wine and wine grapes has steadily increased, making Virginia vineyards across the state incredibly desirable. Whether you want to cultivate the best grapes possible to sell to a winery or start your own winery operation and tasting room, Virginia has the property to meet all of your needs. 

The true reason behind the success of Virginia vineyards is no secret, but it’s impossible to replicate elsewhere. Virginia’s soil paired with its nurturing, mild climate is a recipe for vineyard success. The environment is so nurturing that over 50 wine varietals are produced using Virginia wine grapes. Certain wine grapes grown best in particular regions of the state: some grapes thrive in the rolling hills of the Piedmont, some in the Tidewater’s coastal sands, and some tucked away in the heights of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Virginia has vineyards for sale in each region, and there are benefits to living and cultivating wine grapes in each one. With the right know-how, you can utilize the full potential of each of Virginia’s microclimates to produce complex wines unique to your area.  

Virginia’s first vineyards were planted when the area was still a British colony with native grape varieties that thrive in Virginia’s climate. A century later, Jefferson planted two vineyards at Monticello after a trip to Europe cemented his love of fine wine. As time passed, Virginia vineyards gained a reputation for producing high quantities of flavorful grapes. This century, the market for Virginia wine – and, thus, the market for Virginia vineyards – has exploded. With historic wine trails, quaint and quirky small towns, and breathtaking mountain views, it’s no surprise why Virginia has become a prime destination for wine tourists. The demand for Virginia grapes increases with each new winery, so there has never been a better time to buy a vineyard in the Commonwealth. 

One of the best parts of buying a vineyard in Virginia is the network of wine trails that consistently draw tourists. International and out-of-state visitors who want a more peaceful and less expensive vacation than a trip to Napa choose Virginia as their destination. Since the profile of any wine reflects its terroir, the profile of Virginia wines changes from wine trail to wine trail and vineyard to vineyard. The state has 14 different wine trails, so it’s easy to find a vineyard close to an established trail. New vineyard owners see great benefits from purchasing a property near a wine trail regardless of whether they want to produce their own wine and run a tasting room or sell grapes to wineries, since there are more tourists and wineries concentrated around the established wine trails.