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Linden Vineyards, Linden

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  • We hadn't been to Linden in a long time, so on a beautiful Sunday we stopped by to enjoy a tasting. Afterwards we asked to get a glass to enjoy on the deck or side room. At that point we were told unl...  more »
  • We visited with another couple. We opted to only do the reserve tasting. We liked doing the tasting in the cellar with a more intimate setting. The wines were nice. I enjoyed the Boisseau and the dess...  more »
  • As my third winery for the day, I was excited to finally have some Crackers. The wine were good but nothing g spectacular in my opinion. The Viognier was nice and crisp. The reds were good but as a no...  more »
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  • I have been going to Linden for decades, and am enthralled by the changes in the wine and Jim Law's dedication to terroir. The fact that he has not only improved the quality of the wine, but also the experience of the winery is amazing - especially in the face of many other 'vineyard experiences' in Virginia is extraordinary. I appreciate his commitment to keeping Linden small, and I enjoy the variation between the tasting an the cellar tasting. I also appreciate, greatly, the opportunity to sit on the deck or next to the stove and enjoy a bit more wine and the cheese assortment before I head off to the Apple House and then home. It is not a big space, and not having to fight for a table is a great plus. It is always a delight to go to Linden, learn more about wine and wine/food pairings, and spend time admiring the wonderful view from the deck. The only drawback with Linden is that they do not ship to West Africa, and I am forced to buy French wine here!!!!
  • I love Linden and their tasting room and seating areas. The wines are delicious and they have a lot of single varietals to showcase the grapes. Some people have said they are stuffy, and it's true they don't want their tasting room to be a party room. It's a lovely atmosphere...relaxed, with little risk of bachelorette parties.
  • Hands down, the best winery along the I-66 corridor. Best quality wines. Lovely atmosphere. Free scheduled vineyard tours. Not good for large groups.
  • Great wines of distinction and to think on. Once engaged (be a member and be curious) you are rewarded with good value for the money. No like so many of the other and nearby "destination" vineyards which cater to weddings and to picinics. The destination is about the wine and brings the same CA feeling and passion for it in VA.
  • Love this Vineyard. Visited twice in the past six months, and purchased a case each time. The wines are excellent, the views are beautiful, and it is great to relax on the porch with a glass of wine and a cheese platter. You must be a Case Club member to drink wine at the facility (other than the tastings) on the weekends, and this is a real benefit. You can actually enjoy the facility without the crowds, kids, dogs, and noise that one so often encounters at Northern Virginia wineries these days. The grapes are grown in the immediate area, and the wines are made here, not brought in from California or New York. The standard tastings are somewhat limited in terms of the number and types of wines offered, but I find that each wine is very good, and the cellar tastings open up even better offerings, although you begin to run into some fairly expensive wines. Would highly recommend that anyone serious about wine stop in for a tasting, and you will probably become a Case Club member.