We stopped by Wisteria on our trip to Luray. It's one of the closest wineries, and I read they have a farm -- with sheep! We arrived around 2, and as soon as we stepped out, we noticed Romeo the rooster roaming around free in the yard. We walked into the building to do our tasting, and we were immediately helped. You can choose to do either a six tastings of wine (dry or sweet), or you can do a full tasting of them all, plus the dessert ice wine, for $10. My husband and I both opted to do the full tasting. Also, you get a souvenir wine glass with the full tasting, which is something I always love. I am a bit disappointed most vineyards don't do this anymore.
Unfortunately, most of the wines weren't for me. I did like the Traminette, the dessert wine, and the Carmine. My husband took a glass of the Carmine, and I bought a bottle of the Traminette to enjoy outside, seeing the sun decide to peek out on this cold March day. We had fun watching Romeo watch the other roosters and hens. He was segregated from them due to their constant fighting and pecking each other's eyes out. Gruesome, I know, I had a hard time looking at Romeo. The sheep stayed in their barn, much to my dismay. The farm is quite large, and you can find plenty of places to sit and enjoy wine, or you can walk down a path through the vineyards down to Hawksbill Creek. There are also gorgeous views of the mountains all around.
We were entertained for a good hour while enjoying our wine at Wisteria. If you're in the rea, stop by.