Virginia’s wine trails are designed on popular routes that also highlight the state’s natural beauty and historic attractions: signs featuring clusters of grapes mark the trails and point the way to vineyards. One of the most popular—and with a large number of award-winning wineries—is the Monticello Wine Trail.

Most of Virginia’s wineries are pet friendly to some degree. Be sure to check the individual winery websites for pet policies—not all of them offer outdoor seating or allow pets in tasting rooms—but you’re sure to find a few uber-dog-loving vineyards along each route!

You’ll also find cideries and distilleries along some of these trails. Detailed information on Virginia’s wine regions, AVA’s, trails and wineries is available here.

Bedford County Wine Trail 

Blue Ridge Wine Way 

Blue Ridge “Whiskey Wine Loop” 

Botetourt County Wine Trail 

Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail 

Colonial Virginia Wine Trail 

Fauquier County Wine Trail 

Foothills Scenic Wine Trail

Heart of Virginia Wine Trail 

Jefferson Heritage Trail

Loudoun Wine Trail 

Monticello Wine Trail 

Mountain Road Wine Experience 

Nelson 151

Shenandoah County Wine Trail

Shenandoah Valley Wine Trail