Tuesday, June 30, 2009
New York Times Recommends Williamsburg Winery
JOSHUA KURLANTZICK wrote on June 7, 2009, in the New York Times:
Once consigned to the bargain bin of wine shops, Virginia wines now hold their own in global wine competitions, and the Williamsburg Winery, a few miles from the Colonial District (5800 Wessex Hundred Road; http://www.williamsburgwinery.com/), is one of the largest in the state.
Its chardonnays — particularly the fruity, oaky Acte 12 chardonnay — have won much acclaim from critics. On a spring afternoon, attend a tasting ($8 and $30) and then head over to the adjacent tavern for a light snack.
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