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“My wedding was here”

Cana Vineyards and Winery
Ranked #7 of 23 things to do in Middleburg
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Reviewed November 12, 2013

Our wedding at Cana on 11/1 was amazing. If you want to do a winery wedding, don't go anywhere else! The grounds are excellent, the views amazing, the staff was helpful and willing to work with us, and the sound system was perfect. This is the place!

1  Thank Brad M
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Reviewed October 27, 2013 via mobile

A beautiful view of the autumn leaves on the rolling hills on a cold crisp day. What could be better than sharing wine over bread and cheese with friends? Having a wine tasting with friends! Some of the wines were excellent but others were not my taste. It is a beautiful property with a perfect picturesque view in all directions.

1  Thank SCBlossom
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Reviewed October 3, 2013 via mobile

Great chilled out atmosphere. The wines are some of the nicest local wines I've tasted. The food they make is pretty good also. Will certainly be coming back.

Thank Andy H
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Reviewed September 30, 2013

This is a breath-taking winery with some excellent wines to offer. Definitely still in the new to the wine making business, they are making their own wines and have been for a couple years with the help of Chrysalis across the street (the two wineries being so close together makes them a wonderful pair to visit in a single outing!)

The staff is super friendly and helpful. The wines range from excellent to good. I spoke with the owner a couple of times and he has a real passion for wine and wanted to create this first class facility for people to enjoy VA wine at. I think that it is a must visit.

Of all the wineries that I have visited in VA (49), this one had the best baguette and some wonderful cheeses to pair with their very good wines.

I usually do not care for the fruit wines.....but the Apple and Apple/Raspberry wines here were so good, that my wife and I bought a number to feature at a gathering of neighbors that we are planning for the following weekend. That said....I really enjoyed their Viognier, Cab Franc, Traminette, Chambourcin and Rkatsiteli (which I had never heard of until here).

We brought two of our children (9 and 14) who had a wonderful time on the large lawn through frisbees. The upstairs is no children, both inside and on the deck, so it is friendly both for those who want to bring family and those who want a break.

This is a wonderful winery that will just get better with age!

Thank WoodsBrown85
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Reviewed September 28, 2013

What a HUGE disappointment. Someone with some investment money jumped on the winery "bandwagon" and failed to do an ounce of homework and assumed a beautiful pole barn with some porches will cover for their inexperience. First, they have no vines in maturity and buy their wine off the shelf and relabel it. Their costs must be almost retail because starting price for a bottle of their below average wines is north of $22 dollars and tastings are around $10 a person for what amounts to a half glass of wine. Whats more, they didn't even stop and think that their wines might be chilled in ice, so they missed winery-bandwagon 101 that advises waterproof labels.....anyway, that's the petty stuff.

We went out on a beautiful afternoon to try the place out and found a seat on the deck after unloading almost $100 on their gimmicky bread, hummus and cheese baskets and some of their relabeled Manischewitz. And older gentleman whom I believe was a manager or partner came over to a friend and astutely avoided typical hospitality industry questions such as "how is everything?" or "are you guys enjoying your day?" "anything that I can get for you?" and went right for "If he makes noise, you'll have to leave this deck" to a friend of mine with a newborn heavily asleep in a carrier.

I'll admit that I silently cheer management intervention when a child is unruly or inconsolable in confined areas, but this sharp preemptive grunt about an infant-solidly unconscious in an outdoor setting while its parents and their friends were smearing $13 hummus on hunks of hard bread and drinking...well....what were we drinking? The dessicated label was all over the table and ice bucket...

In summary, you'd be better served by dropping in on someone who really only tolerates you during the workday, offering to buy their old cooking wine at 2x retail and sitting on their porch while they keep walking by to see if you've left yet.

3  Thank LV_Express
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