As Peter O’Toole, renowned drinker and wine connoisseur, once said, “A day without wine is like a graceful unicorn: it doesn’t exist.” Spend the day in style with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$14 for a winery-tour package for two (a $28 total value) $25 for a winery-tour package for four (a $56 total value)
Each winery-tour package includes the following per couple:
- Winery tour for two (a $7 value per person)
- Cheese plate (an $8 value)
- Two take-home wineglasses (a $3 value each)
$39 for a 90-minute wine seminar for two (a $90 total value)
During each wine seminar—hosted weekly—attendees get to experiment with their own pairings of foods, wines, and spices. The process also teaches them how to use citrus, salt, and sugar to elevate a pairing to a new level. Each seminar includes a sampling of spices and accouterments for pairing. Seminars are held at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. on Sunday. Tours are available from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
A 30-acre swath of lush, Red Oak Mountain terrain surrounds Capitol Vineyards' historic facilities, where owners Lauren Shrem and Matthew Noland forge an eclectic collection of French-style wines from Virginia grapes. With help from a resident French winemaker and vintners across the state, they press an array of vintages, dispensing the elixirs during events inside the facility's historic, rustic tasting room. Constructed as a post office in the 1800s and used as a general store in the early 1900s, the site still bears its original wooden bar, floors, and grizzled prospector.
67% of 70 customers recommend
“It's small but a nice ride and nice people, their cheese platter is really good”
“Such a quaint, charming winery! Housed in an historic landmark, taste great wines and relax!”
“Great service, clean environement, and she was very educated on the wine she was having us taste. An added plus, the labels on the bottles are adorable. Also, there...”
“Great service, clean environement, and she was very educated on the wine she was having us taste. An added plus, the labels on the bottles are adorable. Also, there is some history behind the tasting room and I belive is registered as a historic site.”