Enjoy A Historical Tour And Wine Tasting At The Winery At Bull Run

The Winery at Bull Run

Do you enjoy learning about local history? How about experiencing all the natural beauty living in Virginia has to offer? And of course, tasting wines right at the vineyard where the grapes were grown. You’re going to love taking a historical tour combined with a wine tasting at The Winery at Bull Run.

The Tour

When you get to the estate, you’ll be full of questions about the history of the beautiful area. Luckily, you’ll be guided by an expert. One of the winery’s staff members will guide you on a walking tour and tell you about the Civil War history of the estate.

But don’t worry. You won’t just be seeing and hearing about the grounds. You’ll also get a taste of the landscape in your wine! As you walk the grounds, you’ll get the chance to sample seven different wines made by The Winery at Bull Run.

This informative and entertaining tour is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Tours run roughly one hour and begin at 3:30 p.m. Tickets cost $36.50 per person and include a souvenir wine glass. If you’re interested in the history but don’t want to partake in the wine, the tour can still be a great experience for you. Tickets for just the tour are $26.50.

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The Winery at Bull Run

The Winery at Bull Run is in Centreville, Virginia. The estate includes 225 acres of land neighboring the Manassas Battlefield Park. You might just spot a Civil War reenactor coming down from the park while you’re at a tasting event.

If you like what you see (or what you taste!), the winery has lots of red, white, and fruit wine bottles for purchase. You can even join their wine club to get a special reminder of your beautiful day spent on the winery.

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December 31, 2018
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