Virginia vintners produce praise-worthy wines

11/27/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

After Thomas Jefferson's failed attempt to cultivate a Virginia wine, the state stagnated for nearly 200 years until wines began to make their slow return. A new generation of about 20 winemakers is now able to compete with European and California producers thanks to vintages from RdV Vineyards, Glen Manor and Delaplane Cellars. "There's still a stigma that a Virginia wine could be a risky proposition," said Glen Manor owner Jeff White.

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