A special thank you goes out to Vint Hill Craft Winery, a goregous and historic venue. Vint Hill is Virginia’s best kept secret. Hidden within the fields of Warrenton, Vint Hill is known for it's rich history during the Civil War. In 1940, the farmer (and Ham Radio hobbyist), who lived at Vint Hill farm, stretched a wire to the top of the barn silo seeking better radio reception. He told his army friend that he could listen to broadcasts from as far away as Berlin. Two weeks later, the government bought the farm and for the next 55 years Vint Hill farm served as a secret spying base for the U.S. Army.
Vint Hill Craft Winery is known for their "custom crush" where guests are given the chance to create their own wine. While the idea isn't unusual for a winery, their process is dedicated to winemaking and their commitment is to deliver to their guests the highest quality fruit from the region of the country of their choice.
If you would like to know more about their wine selection or plan a visit, please visit their website at www.vinthillcraftwinery.com.
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