Somewhere nestled between Mulberry Hill and the town of Berryville, lies a place called Berryville Vineyards. Here we harmonize with nature to cultivate premium wine grapes. Only hand-selected, sun-ripened fruit from our own vineyard becomes Berryville Wine.
With over 35 years experience of growing grapes, we hope you enjoy the fruits of our labor.
-Eric & Christina Pool
2018 Featured Wines
- Pool’s Passion $15 – Our winemaker’s favorite grape, Vignoles, is crafted into a dry wine comparable to an unoaked Chardconnay.
- Dragonfly $13 – A light, dry white wine made from a blend of our white grapes with an exquisite complexity.
- 50 Shades of Grape $14 – Intense, intoxicating, seductive. Made from our Vidal grapes, this semi-sweet wine pairs well with relaxation and sunshine.
- White Squirrel $14 – Named after a famous local critter, our Vignoles is crafted into a semi-sweet style similar to a Riesling.
- Wildflower $13 – A sweet white full of fruity flavors. Just like Tom Petty, we continue to deliver the hits. Get this unique batch while you can.
- Earthquake $12 – Our sweetest white wine similar to a Moscato that is guaranteed to get you all shook up.
- Blackberry Fusion $15 – White grape wine flavored with our own blackberries.
- Proprietor’s Reserve $15 – The best grapes don’t come every year. Still young (2015), get it at this price while you still can.
- Cynthiana $20 – A blend of our 2013 Cynthiana and Chambourcin grapes, this Cabernet style wine has a great capacity to age.
- 319 $15 – Our semi-dry red named in honor of our winery door. This Merlot style wine is a blend of our Cynthiana & Chambourcin grapes and contains just a touch of sweetness.
- Red Top $13 – Predominately made from our Chambourcin grapes, this semi-sweet red wine bursts with berry flavors.
- Sweet Cyn $15 – A dark, rich not too sweet red made from our premium Cynthiana grapes with subltle notes of cinnamon.
- Rosé $13 – With colors of a tropical sunset, this light & refreshing off-dry rosé crafted from our free-run Chambourcin is best served chilled.
- Pink Eye $12 – Often believed to be named after a contagious eye disease, this sweet rosé is named after a famous local critter.