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Hiddencroft Vineyards LLC, Lovettsville

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
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  • This was my last winery for the day and it was my least favorite. The tasting included a rose, two whites, four reds and three fruit wines. They had crackers and chocolates to have along with the tast...  read more »
  • For $8 we got twice as many tastings as the other winery. I didn't like half of them - but that's just my tastes. I liked that I got to try them. The person pouring wines was so personable and spent a...  read more »
  • Staying at a local B&B and Hiddencroft happened to be the closest winery. Didn't have any expectations but was VERY impressed at the quality of the wines. We had an excellent tasting experience and br...  read more »
  • Great Petit Verdot! Great people owning and running the place. Beautiful flowers and location. A gem in the Loudoun County wine scene!
  • Well worth the drive off the beaten path. Nice fire pit near large deck. Have visited at least five times in recent years and never disappointed in wines and friendly atmosphere.
  • This winery is tied as my favorite. I love their reds! Also, they have amazing fruit wines. They have cherry, blackberry, raspberry and blue berry. All of them taste like you are eating the berry liquefied, absolutely amazing. They have a huge fire pit/ paddio that's awesome. If you have a large group, this place has space.
  • Best wine in Loudoun (& that's saying something!). If you're looking for really good wine, friendly and knowledgeable staff, and an absence of crowds, this is the vineyard to visit. Every wine was at least good, and their new patio is a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.
  • Awesome little place, such sweet people. A little off the beaten path, but well worth it. My mom and I stopped by kinda late and it was getting dark, but they reopened the place for us! The traminette was great, on par or better than ones we had tried by the Finger Lakes in New York. I'd say there's something for everyone here. I love bold reds (malbec's and cab franc's) and loved their chambourcin. Normally, I can take or leave fruit wines, but theirs were with real flavor like actually biting into the fruit itself, not simply a generic, one-note sweetness. Also, they apparently put on sales every month featuring a couple of wines, putting great wines at $14-$16. They have a great variety of whites, reds, and fruit wines. I feel like I could take a small group that has varying tastes and everyone would be able to find something they love. Worth a visit!