“Wine … the true old man’s milk and restorative cordial.”
October is Virginia Wine Month. It’s also a perfect time to get out to view the leaves in all of their fall splendor.
Thomas Jefferson first sought to grow grapes for Virginia wine, but while he cultivated European grapes for thirty years he never really had any success. Read more about Virginia Wine History.
And read more about Jefferson and his love for wine here.
Why not take a trip to some of Virginia’s wineries to get the best of both?
Here are some suggestions for where you can celebrate Virginia Wine Month.
And here’s the fall foliage report for the leaf viewing.
Get out and enjoy.