Stone Tower Winery, Leesburg

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  • We did a tasting with Stacy. She is fantastic. She’s very friendly and knows a lot about Stone Tower wines. I’m so glad she did our tasting. We had a bottle of the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon. We split a ...  more »
  • My two best friends and I had just met in the area for brunch and then decided it would be nice to visit a winery we had not been to before and enjoy a bottle of wine. Picked it based on a 'top ten wi...  more »
  • I was out with friends on a Saturday in December visiting a couple wineries in the area. We pulled into the parking lot about 4pm and went into one of the tasting rooms (later after looking online, we...  more »
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  • Where do I begin with the horrible experience we had here? I went to stone tower with a group of physicians and other medical professionals on a quiet afternoon. When we arrived there was hardly anyone in the winery and we sat near the fireplace. We had about 10 people with us and so we took a few chairs to sit in. We were then approached by a woman who told us that they usually don’t accept Parties of bigger than 8 people without a reservation and so we could not use the chairs. She was extremely abrasive. Had the facility been busy we would have totally understood and would have accommodated her rude but otherwise reasonable request. That was not the case. Fast forward a few hours and about $400 later, we notified an older woman at the bar that the jug of water was empty and we asked for more. She looked as us as if we had 4 heads and then rudely told us that we could go purchase water in the cafe area. 5 minutes later they refilled the water jug... not sure what her problem was. Later on when it got busier, I noticed that other tables had taken chairs from other tables and didn’t seem to get greeted in the same rude manor as we had. We were also told that we were disruptive to other members when we had done nothing but spend hundreds of dollars at their establishment. I have never before been treated with such blatant disrespect and we will not be going back and will not recommend this facility to anyone. Next year we will gladly spend upwards of 1000 dollars elsewhere.
  • Great views! Lots of seating. Mostly outdoors but not too bad for cold weather touring
  • My husband and I are making an effort to visit as many Virginia wineries as possible and this one definitely has some pluses (and minuses). PLUS: Space and views are great - we felt like the "family" side (kids and dog friendly) was a lot more approachable (and we don't have kids)...it's in the original tasting room, which is a really nice, rustic barn with a ton of outdoor space. Multiple food vendors were around and it was a lovely place to sit and enjoy the views. The "Adult" side (21+), has a much more formal feel and great decor - definitely perfect if you're going out with a group of people and want to have a more sophisticated feel to your experience. I liked that you can almost choose what kind of experience you want to have based on the spaces. Both areas were very open, so you don't feel crammed in with everyone else like sardines. MINUS: The tasting didn't include more than one wine made from actual Virginia grapes. Personally, I would prefer to see at least two or three wines made from Virginia grapes on the menu. I understand wanting to have a variety, but you're a Virginia winery with 300 acres (obviously not all are planted but still). Perhaps those wines are for purchase only, or reserved for club members? Not sure, didn't ask. When I asked where the grapes for the tasting menu wines were from I was told they were from "all over". Regardless, the wines are very good quality, although a bit pricey for my wallet - but I expect that for a Loudoun County address...
  • Shannon made our experience the 5 stars given. The wine was excellent, and she made it fun as well. Thank you!
  • Pros: Rustic place with great views. Wine was good and their glassware was not too expensive. They had wicker chairs outside as well, overlooking the hills. There is an upstairs loft. Cons: they allow children and dogs. I don't have an issue with dogs, but two of them began fighting in the tasting room. No one wants to go to a winery and find a dog hair in their wine glass. If the dogs were only allowed outside, it would've been better.

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