- General Info:
- Tasting Room Tasting Room We would be delighted to welcome you to our Visitors Center. Our friendly and knowledgeable tasting room staff will make your visit a most memorable experience. We offer many tasting and tour options. In order for all of our guests to have the most enjoyable experience, advance reservations are required for all groups of 8 or more. If you are planning a trip to Breaux, please read below under "Your Visit To Breaux Vineyards Tasting and Tour Options Public Tasting You can select to taste any or all of our wines. We are currently offering 13 wines. There is a $5-$10 fee per person for public wine tasting. We encourage reservations for groups over 8. Private Tasting This is the most popular choice for limo tours where you are on a schedule and time is limited! Taste 10-12 wines in a private area of our winery or winery grounds with one of Breaux Vineyards friendly Wine Educators! Fees start a $13.00 per guest accommodates up to 15 people
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Fax: (540) 668-6283
TollFree: (800) 492-9961
08/09/2011Provided by Citysearch -
When we first moved out here, my wife and I went to probably 20 different wineries before visiting Breaux. From the moment we walked in, the staff was attentive, friendly, and the management staff quickly learned our names. Of the 15+ wines they have, we loved about 12 of them. The other 3 would be loved by our extended family. We were sold and quickly became members at Breaux. When we had our housewarming party, Jennifer and Meredith both helped us choose wines to accompany our menu. We look forward to our bi-monthly wine shipments and specifically ask to have it picked up, because we love the picturesque grounds and seeing the staff. They know us by name and even sent pictures of us they took during one of their annual Key West Festivals. We often give our wine as a present to our friends, who are very happy to receive it.
07/19/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I went back for their Cajun Festival and my boyfriend and I enjoyed the hayride they offered through the vineyard. I bought some delicious sweet white wines! I got the: Nebbiolo Ice - Late Harvest Wine (my bf and I drank 2 bottles of this there) and the Ch
06/30/2011Provided by Citysearch -
They make an ice wine here too which I believe is rare in Virginia. I've only had ice wines from British Columbia. Ice wine is made from grapes harvested after the first frost which makes them quite sweet. At Breaux they frost the grapes themselves, I'm guessing since VA's first frost occurs pretty late in the season. My husband is a big red drinker, and he was happy to buy bottles of the viognier and the jambalaya.