Amrhein Wine Cellars: Fine Wines in the Southern Shenandoah Valley
Looking for a leisurely afternoon in the southern Shenandoah? A stop at Amrhein Wine Cellars between Roanoke and Blacksburg and just off the Blue Ridge Parkway will provide the delightful afternoon you’re looking for. Amrhein Wine Cellars offers Virginia-style wines with a German influence offering unique layers of fruit full of rich aroma.
Amrhein Wine Cellars offers Virginia-style wines with a German influence offering unique layers of fruit full of rich aroma. All of their distinctive wines are born from the Blue Ridge Mountain Estate-Grown vineyards in Virginia.
Try Amrhein’s signature Petit Verdot, a 2014 Virginia Governor’s Cup winner. It is a smooth, rich wine with dark plum flavors underlain by notes of cherry, blackberry, spice and subtle oak nuances. Or enjoy Aglianico, another award-winner made from an ancient Greek grape, translated into a medium bodied wine, displaying berry and plum flavors with a subtle undertone of tobacco in a light French oak structure. Whatever your choice, you are sure to enjoy your visit.
The Amrhein setting is also appropriate for weddings, receptions, special events and corporate gatherings. The winery furnishes all catering needs and set-ups. Amrhein Wine Cellars is locate in the southern Shenandoah Valley, about five hours south of Washington, D.C. It is 30 minutes from Roanoke and from The Blue Ridge Parkway at Milepost 136 and convenient to Blacksburg and Virginia Tech.
Written by: Frank Britt
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