The Winery at La Grange

4970 Antioch Rd, Haymarket
(703) 753-9360

Recent Reviews

Norman Gagnon

Delectable wines! I also visited La Grange Winery on numerous occasions to appraise their spirits...of the paranormal kind. Details of my ghostly encounters are in my book titled 'Para-Urban Detective', Chapter 4, Ghost Hunting 201.


We visited La Grange with friends and family at the beginning of November. It's a great location, scenic, and has ample outdoor area to spread out. The service was prompt and the wine was par. Unfortunately, I gave two stars because despite their claim of family-friendly it's clearly for adults as our children were frowned upon when indoors (we actually sat outside and only went in for service) and even told to use indoor voices by a staff member. A few weeks prior to writing this review, I reached out to management after our visit to clarify the type of atmosphere they are going for but never heard back. We thoroughly enjoy bringing our well-behaved children places with us, but wouldn't recommend this place for families or gatherings that would involve children based on our experience.

Mrs. HeatherC

I tool my cousin here as she just moved into the area. I absolutely love this place. Its beautiful. So many little sitting area to enjoy your wine, play cards or catch up with family or friends. Highly highly recommend. Staff is absolutely amazing. Helpful, fun & will go out of their way to make sure you have an enjoyable experience!

Patrick Hartel

Very quaint winery with vineyard. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Plenty of seating with wide open rolling hills around the manor. Reasonable prices (typical for the area) for tastings, glasses and bottles. Some charcuterie options available for purchase or bring your own.

Katharine Newman

Had Memorial for sister in law there, 4 to 8pm. The people who worked there were terrific. Helpful, knowledgeable, friendly and just overall great. I. Don't drink wine, but bought several candles. Love the atmosphere.

Liane Retherford

Beautiful location and very solid wines. Just down the road from our new home so of course we joined the club! Very warm and friendly folks, and dog friendly! Perfect spot.

Patricia A.

Lovely place to spend and afternoon, family friendly, delicious wine.

Dana Blanco

Had a wonderful time at this Winery. Tasty wine, friendly staff.

Corrine M.

I really enjoyed visiting this winery after making a stop in the area. It was very quiet and peaceful on a Friday afternoon, and we had the covered patio area to ourselves. The guy who helped us was super friendly and shared a lot of information about his wine journey lol. We really enjoyed all the wines on our tasting and purchased a bottle to go. The grounds are also really pretty - they have lots of outdoor space where you can spread out with a group and a good amount of space indoors as well. Definitely recommend!

Nate B

We really enjoyed this place. We had a couple wine flights. We also had several cheeses. They were large portions. Staff was friendly. Decor was nice. I would definitely recommend this place.

Matthew L.

The Winery at La Grange is a craft winery that opened in Haymarket, Virginia in September 2006. It was founded by Chris Pearmund. The winery is located at the historic La Grange farm. The property includes a restored circa 1790 manor house, 5.6 acres of vineyards and a wine production facility. The three-story red brick manor house was built by George Green, one of La Grange's many former owners. Several vineyards and wineries existed in Prince William County throughout the 1800s and early 1900s, but today the Winery at La Grange is the only one. Pearmund and a group of wine enthusiasts purchased the property in 2005 and transformed it into a winery. In 2012, it was sold to Beida Jade Bird: a Chinese investment company. Since 2014, the head winemaker has been Seth Chambers. Many also believe the winery to be haunted, with multiple staff members reporting strange occurrences. Many believe the ghost may be the spirit of Benoni Harrison, who owned the manor from 1827-1869. The manor was also used as a hospital for wounded soldiers during the Civil War. My wife and I have visited the Winery at La Grange a couple of times in the last decade. We have friends who live in the Greater Washington, D.C. area and they usually bring us to the winery when we visit them. The whole property is absolutely beautiful. You feel like you're stepping back in time to a scene from the Civil War era. The winery has excellent white wines, but I think it's their reds that really stand out. Some of my favorites include the Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. My absolute favorites would be "Snort" (a port-style dessert wine with dark fruit, coffee and chocolate notes) and "General's Battlefield" (a blend of Chambourcin and Cabernet Sauvignon). The latter is aged in Virginia oak barrels made from trees found at Manassas Battlefield. I still have a couple of bottles that I'm saving for special occasions. I love good wine, Civil War history, and ghost stories, so that would make The Winery at La Grange one of my favorite wineries!

Tracey S.

Friendly staff, fantastic historic setting, tasty wines! I had a fun after with friends tasting their wonderful wines.

Robert W.

Might as well just go to Safeway and Save yourself $30. Food given to us still in the wrapper. Absurd.

Beth Venuto

The grounds are just beautiful and full of history. We were lucky to have visited during a craft festival and picked up some lovely items. The Staff are so welcoming and the wine was delightful.

Allyson O.

It was our anniversary and we decided to visit this winery. The grounds are beautiful. We sat on the patio and did the self-guided tour. I also packed snacks and we had a little picnic while wine tasting. After the self-guided tour, we tasted something more of our speed and it was good. We bought a bottle and headed home. We enjoyed ourselves. If you don't like red wine then you probably won't like the self-guided tour because all the wines are red except for one.

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