Ever wonder why someone named your town Centreville, VA? Maybe it’s because your new home at the Reserve at Regency Park is in the middle of three fabulous wineries in Prince William County.
The Winery at LaGrange
Rich in history and in wine, the Winery at La Grange opened in September 2006 as Prince William County’s only established winery, and it’s a 30-minute drive from the Reserve at Regency Park. While the 5,500 newly planted Cabernet Sauvignon vines grow silently, the manor house (built in the 1790s) is completely refurbished, the new winery building is ready and wine is aging. Most importantly, the Tasting Room is open daily from 11 a.m – 6 p.m.
Potomac Point Winery
This one requires a one-hour journey, but it is worth the effort. Why? Well, it’s Love the Glass You’re With month at Potomac Point Winery of course. That means $5 glasses of wine all month. Potomac Point Winery produces excellent wine and was named among the Top Ten Wineries at the Virginia Wine Festival.
Vint Hill Craft Winery
This is the winery where you are the winemaker. You can choose your level of participation at every step of the process while you work alongside an award-winning winemaking team. You select the grapes, create a custom label, taste the wine you create and learn the craft. This winery is 30 minutes from the Reserve at Regency Park.
Block out a Saturday and make the trip to one of Prince William County’s wineries. What’s your favorite day trip? Tell us on Facebook.
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