Gray Ghost is a very pleasant stop while doing the winery circuit in Virginia. We stopped for a tasting ($3 / person) and got to sip a healthy taste of 10 wines! The tasting area is very open and somewhat more contemporary than other wineries (gets a bit echo-y with the conversation of tasters when full), but the service was great and the experience was fantastic. We visited around 2pm on a busy Saturday.
I recommend purchasing the light "picnic lunch" (yes, it's slightly overpriced at $6 for cheese and crackers but it's a great way to spend an hour with a bottle and some snacks). The upstairs room has comfy chairs, books, and a patio overlooking the vines. The location right off the road isn't as traditionally "tuscan / Napa" inspired as other wineries, but we had a great time.
The Seyval Blanc, Chardonnay, Ranger Reserve (Cab) and dessert wine (Adieu) were all must-purchase for us.
The winery also has several "wine inspired" gifts which are cute if you're shopping with a group or have wine lover friends / family.
Overall, even if you pop in only for the tasting, the 10 wines you get to enjoy are worth it! Gray Ghost is a neat and promising little winery in VA, looking forward to seeing more from them in the future.
The only recommendation I might have is for them to share more actively the history around the name - we had a dig around a bit to learn more about John S. Mosby.
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