Located adjacent to Manassas National Battlefield Park and the site of the Manassas I and Manassas II Battlefields, this multiple Virginia Governor's Cup winning vineyard is a stone's throw from Bull Run and the Stone Bridge, and both Union and Confederate soldiers camped here during the battles.

Among its fine wines The Winery at Bull Run produces a refreshing pith and honeysuckle Pinot Gris, a crisp apple Chardonnay, the subtly tropical Delaney white blend, a subtle and lightly sweet strawberry Chambourcin, a smoky blackberry Cabernet Franc with a delightful finish, a velvet and cherry Merlot, a smooth lightly herbal cherry, cedar and graphite Petite Verdot and a smoky black cherry Norton.

The Winery at Bull Run is a scenic and historic property, and the sophisticated wines are uniformly very good to excellent. The winery grows only Norton grapes descended from the cultivar developed by Dr. Daniel Norborne Norton of Richmond in the early 1800s. These hardy grapes grow especially well in Virginia.

The tasting room is spacious and well-managed by a friendly and knowledgeable staff. Bottled water, as well as dips, spreads, meats, cheeses and baguettes are available for purchase. Gourmet catering may be pre-ordered and farm to table food trucks visit the winery in season. The scenic and historic setting makes The Winery at Bull Run a favorite destination for weddings and special events.

Pictured at the top: The Winery at Bull Run Vineyard is adjacent to Manassas National Battlefield Park and was the site of both Union and Confederate encampments.

Winery at Bull Run vines

The Winery at Bull Run grows only Norton grapes descended from a 200-year old Virginia cultivar.

the winery at bull run hillwood house ruins and tasting room

The 19th-century Hillwood Mansion located on the property was destroyed by fire in the 1990s.

the winery at bull run sign

The Winery at Bull Run is a stone's throw from Bull Run and the Stone Bridge at Manassas National Battlefield Park.