Gray Ghost Winery, Amissville

4.4
#3 of 9 in Wineries in Rappahannock County
Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
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Open Friday through Sunday: 11:00 am to 5:00

Open Monday Federal Holidays: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Weekdays: sales by appointment

January & February: Saturdays and Sundays 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
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  • We celebrated Mothers day at Grey Ghost by having 3 generations enjoy this beautiful winery. Its a wonderful place to visit, eat, drink and socialize. Our visit was highlighted by Amy's presentation....  more
    We celebrated Mothers day at Grey Ghost by having 3 generations enjoy this beautiful winery. Its a wonderful place to visit, eat, drink and socialize. Our visit was highlighted by Amy's presentation....  more »
  • Family owned and operated business. We were served by one of the owners who started it. It was a great experience. It’s a very old vineyard. The cork displays were very original and creative. 
    Family owned and operated business. We were served by one of the owners who started it. It was a great experience. It’s a very old vineyard. The cork displays were very original and creative.  more »
  • This winery is based on racism. Inside the winery there is so much confederate memorabilia. And then you learn that "Gray Ghost" was the nickname of a confederate soldier engaged in covert tactics.....  more
    This winery is based on racism. Inside the winery there is so much confederate memorabilia. And then you learn that "Gray Ghost" was the nickname of a confederate soldier engaged in covert tactics.....  more »
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  • Great place, nice staff, good wine
  • The winery is beautiful and I thank Amy for giving us a tour. The wines were wonderful which had us bringing back 3 cases. We loved it and definitely will visit again. We will also try the events that they have through out the year.
  • Such a wonderful, happy experience! Tastings and bottles are super affordable and super delicious. The staff were amazing. Had such a great time learning about the winery and wines. Bread from local bakery was delicious!! The grounds are cute. Will definitely be coming back again.
  • Was a fine winery. Good tasting wines and very competitive on the price ($5 for a flight of six wines vs. $15 for six across the street at Narmada). Nice picnic seating in the vineyard. No complaints on the wine front. Was just not a fan of the winery being named after a Confederate battalion commander (John Mosby nicknamed the Gray Ghost). No relation to the owners - just a conscious decision to have the business carry that namesake. Not a fan of that, especially in this day and age. Plenty of other wineries in the area to give my money to. My fault for not knowing that going in.
  • My first time visiting. Awesome, tables were socially distanced, wine, music was great. Staff was very knowledgeable, helpful and friendly. Would definitely go back.

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