The Vineyards & Winery at Lost Creek, Leesburg

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  • Great service lovely views. Different seating areas are all charming. Food is really excellent. Wine is very enjoyable. Worth finding.  more »
  • During a rainy weekend my Wilde and I decided on a last minute trip to a winery. Looked up Lost Creek on line and after some antiquing stop by for a tasting. Had a great time and will deilfinaly retur...  more »
  • I headed back to Lost Creek after visiting it 9 months ago but sadly it was not as good. There were already two couples there when I arrived and the server took forever to notice of me and made no sma...  more »
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  • Really nice place. Can enjoy indoors or 3 different patios outside. Very peaceful. Wife and I loved 2 of their red blends: 'Trinity' and 'Provenance'. And Lost Creek has the best food menu of anybody in the area. We loved their Slider Trio sandwiches. We will go back and try more. Somebody else recently gave them a bad review; I think that person got mixed up where they were.
  • I don't know where to begin. We had our wedding at Lost Creek on 6/2/2017. From the second we stepped on the premises looking for wedding venues to the moment we stepped on the bus leaving our wedding, our experience with Lost Creek and their staff (shout out Melissa and Joanna) was nothing short of perfection. I usually try to look for an area of improvement in reviews and I can honestly think of none. As the hub for all the other vendors needed for the wedding, Lost Creek effortlessly coordinated all the behind the scenes activities essentially acting as our wedding planner. Everyone was an absolute pleasure to work with and if you don't take my word for it know that we haven't stopped hearing from everyone who attended how beautiful the venue was and how smoothly the event ran. If you have a wedding between 100-200 people, and you like wine, you are making a mistake not to choose Lost Creek. Nick and Tina Vienna, VA
  • Among the worst VA wines we've tasted so far. Every wine on this weekend's list (3/19/17) had something to distinctly dislike about it. Some were badly out of balance, due to over-oaking, too much alcohol, or both. Others were extremely thin and flavorless (vidal blanc & rosé). Another big gripe: the rosé isn't a true rosé at all, just a blend of barrel-aged merlot & stainless-tanked vidal blanc. There's a reason real rosé isn't made this way and it shows. This is not a matter of taste; this is objective failure in quality winemaking. Their flagship wines are equally unlikeable. They compare them to wines from Bordeaux, but one can only assume no one from Lost Creek has ever been to Bordeaux - that's the only way to explain such a ridiculous comparison. The only things these wines have in common with Bordeaux wines are the varietals contained within. To add insult to injury, Lost Creek charges $40/bottle for these wines. If you sample what $40 will buy in California or France, you'll quickly understand - again, speaking objectively - that Lost Creek has a lot of work to do before they can justify their prices. The tasting room is very nice, but the grounds are ho-hum. Our server was knowledgeable & personable, but it was hard to politely dodge the constant barrage of "How do you like that one?" Maybe better to just pour & describe the wines instead of putting guests on the spot for feedback. I don't like to name other businesses in my reviews, so I won't recommend competing wineries here. I'll just say that if you're looking to taste wine in NE Loudoun County (Potomac Cluster), you can do much better.
  • This is one of our favorite two wineries in Virginia. Every wine is well crafted and balenced: our favorites are the Provenance, Serenity, Trinity, and Rose. You should stop by for a wine and truffle tasting, the occassional lobster pairing, or just to enjoy some live music on the patio in the summer.
  • We came here last night as part of our girl's getaway weekend and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The service, wines, and food were all wonderful. Cheryl was very informed of the wines and gave great tips for pairing. The scenery was gorgeous too😊 We can't say enough good things about Lost Creek--we'll be back for sure!