Located in Virginia's Northern Neck, Ingleside Plantation Winery is situated quite close to George Washington Birthplace National Monument in nearby Colonial Beach. One of the oldest wineries in Virginia, Ingleside has been producing wines since 1980. The winery pioneered the production of Petit Verdot and sparkling wines in Virginia.

Among its fine wines this Virginia Governors Cup winner produces a refreshing and fruit-forward Albarino that will delight Spanish wine lovers as well as a crisp stainless Chardonnay, the fruity Blue Crab Blanc and Blue Crab Red, the sophisticated Right Bank and Left Bank blends of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, the lean, muscular and talc Sangiovese, and the Sweet Virginia Rose.

All of Ingleside Plantation Winery's grapes are grown onsite at this spacious and beautiful property. The tasting room is well-managed by a friendly and knowledgeable staff, and the winery features a restaurant and gift shop.

Pictured above: It seems Ingleside Plantation Winery has a Civil War history of its own and was once the site of a garrison for Union troops.

Ingleside Plantation Winery Tasting Room

The winery features a tasting room, restaurant and gift shop.

Ingleside Plantation Winery Statue

A decorative courtyard provides outdoor seating.

Ingleside Plantation Winery Sign Vines

Ingleside Plantation Winery is one of the oldest wineries in Virginia.