Hiddencroft Vineyards

Rustic Charm & Regal Wine

Open Year-Round: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from Noon-6PM. Closed on Tuesday & Wednesday. Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

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Do you love fine wine, good food and local history? Walk-Along Historical Wine & Food Pairings are available select weekends in November 2017. Interested in attending? Visit the “Events” tab at the Hiddencroft website to learn more about the tours and reserve your spot!

Hiddencroft Vineyards greets guests with an exceptional blend of fine wines, gracious hospitality and personable service on their 1800’s-era former farmstead.

Hiddencroft wines are approachable and readily drinkable. The red wines see plenty of barrel time…between 22 and 42 months. The white wines are complex and show the characteristics of the terroir…fruit, flowers and spice. Novelty wines of unusual flavors such as blueberry, cherry, apple, pomegranate and blackberry make appearances on the the tasting menu as well.

The tasting room, is an 1850’s farmhouse. Open year-round, the farmhouse has two tasting counters with a view of the backyard and period buildings on the property: a Spring House, a Summer Kitchen and a former Meat Curing house. The upper floor of the farmhouse tasting room has seating in three rooms for a total of about 25 guests. A large deck seats 30 guests under colorful umbrellas, and has an open view of the vineyard. Behind the deck, a large patio and massive fire-pit provide additional seating in Spring & Summer and warm ambiance in cooler weather. Flower gardens surround the house, in bloom April through October, and attract the eye with bright colors and a multitude of butterflies. The property is a certified butterfly habitat of colossal size.

During the warmer months, the 1930’s bank barn is sometimes used for live music and special events. The barn is resplendent in simplicity. Massive beams and sturdy floors, with sliding doors that open the barn up to sunlight and fresh air on both the North and South sides. Cracks between the batten strips on the outside of the barn allow in streams of light that lend an ethereal look. Large, rustic chandeliers provides a warm glow. Expansive tasting counters in the barn, made simply from used burgundy barrels and fence boards, allow Hiddencroft to accommodate tastings for larger groups, Mondays-Fridays, with with advance reservation.

Visit the “Events” tab at the Hiddencroft Website for a calendar of upcoming activities.


Terry Housel




12202 Axline Road
Lovettsville, VA 20180

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