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New Releases

2013 Le Renard Gris, The Grey Fox
2013 Pinot Gris
2012 FMW Cabernet Franc
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Activities

8/30 - Dan Fisk 2p-5p
9/6 - Sunset in the Vineyard Chatham Street Entertaining
9/11 - Wine Dinner at Colonial Heritage
9/20 - Alan Gant 2p-5p
10/4 - Sunset in the Vineyard
Alan Gant Entertaining
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In The News

FMV 2012 Merlot - Awarded Best of Class 2014 Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition

Fox Meadow made the New York Times!

  • The New York Times: Travel, Frugal Traveler, Seeing the World on a Budget, Fox Meadow Winery

  • Fox Meadow featured in USA Today.
  • Wineries in Virginia - USA Today, Travel Tips

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    Wine Club

    The Friends of Fox’s Wine Club is not your “typical wine club”.
    Be sure to check with our staff during your next visit about some of the new Club Member Exclusive Benefits!
    Introducing CLUB ROUGE
    Coming Soon...
    Case to Go Club
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    What People Are Saying…

    Also: We were recently advised that aging a bottle of wine much beyond five years was a bit pointless and perhaps even dangerous, in that even if stored properly, corks can deteriorate and wine sour. So last night we opened a seven-year old bottle of Fox Meadow cabernet franc and without fanfare served it to two wine-knowedgable guests. Without a word of prompting, each expressed their astonishment at just how good was that wine! We were not serving any food at all--simply the wine, so there was no pairing. But that cab franc was one of the best wines we've ever had. We can only recall an Oregon pinot noir from Witness Tree Winery north of Salem that even came close. I suspect the 2010 vintage will age just as well as the 2005--if we can leave it alone long enough! ~Lyn & Diane Gubser, Alexandria, VA~