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Right Here in Clarksville….

Three SistersThree Sisters of Shiney Rock

Off the beaten trail (Shiney Rock Road, in this case), you’ll find the Three Sisters of Shiney Rock winery. This is one of the state’s newest wineries, having only been licensed since 2011. It’s also one of the most unique, as its wines are made only from Muscadine and Scuppernong grapes, unique to the Southeastern United States.

As the name might imply, Three Sisters is a family business. Sisters Beth Graham, Susan Coates and Kay Candelora (also known as the Powell Sisters) own the winery, and they and their families operate it. The winery produces three wines: Sweet Nannie and Super Sweet Nannie, made from the dark purple Muscadine grapes, and the intriguingly named Voluptuous Maiden, made from the lighter Scuppernong grapes.

During the wine season, Three Sisters is open on Saturdays; if you’d like to visit on any other day, you must call ahead, because Powell family members may be out in the fields.

Address: 5484 Shiney Rock Road Clarksville, VA 23927

Phone: (804) 497-9630


Hill Top at the Lake

From the Blue Ridge to Buggs Island, Hill Top at the Lake is the Clarksville VA location of Hill Top Berry Farm & Winery which produces fruit wines & mead.

Hill Top Berry Farm and Winery is appropriately perched on a hill top in the rolling hills of the Rockfish River Valley. Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, there are spectacular views of Pilot Mountain, Three Ridges and the ski slopes of Wintergreen Mountain… However they have a tasting room right here in Clarksville!! Here at Hill Top, you have the opportunity to taste “True to the Fruit” wines and “Authentic Honey Meads, which are handcrafted in small batches by owners/winemakers Gregory and Kimberly Pugh and assistant winemaker, Matthew Wyant. These “other than grape” wines are unique and delicious and range from dry to sweet. Hill Top uses natural cork on all 32 varieties of fruit wines and meads which are made and bottled on the farm.

Our tasting room is a cozy, eclectic, comfortable and friendly place to hang out. We are happy to have a place with historical charm, right on Virginia Ave which leads down to the lake. People drop in to visit, taste our selection of fruit wines and meads, and sometimes stay a while to play checkers, chess or work on a puzzle. We have plenty of room!

Address: 320 Virginia Ave., Clarksville, VA 23927



American Way Country Wines

American made country wine at its best located just up the way in Chase City, VA
Estate grown and bottled on premiss,fruit wine, blackberry,strawberry, plum, peach, cherry, apple,elderberry,pear,pumpkin ,and soon to have tomato and cantaloupe wine

Address: 13750 Highway Fourty Seven. Chase City, VA

Phone: (434) 262-1250



COMING SOON…in Buffalo Junction, Woodbine Winery


About a 40 minute scenic drive from the Heart of Clarksville is…

Rosemont Winery

Rosemont WineryThe classic Early American building housing the winery looks fresh and new—as it should, having been built in 2008. But the estate itself has been in the Rose family since 1858, and the land has produced fruit, tobacco, soybeans and corn over the decades. Since 2003, it’s yielded grapes for Rosemont’s award-winning wines.

The winery produces a full range of reds, whites and sweet wines, plus a rose. In a sense, they also produce “green” wine; their underground production system has been designed for maximum efficiency and minimum carbon footprint. As a nod to Virginia’s Lake Region, Rosemont has a line of Lake Country wines: a red, a blush and a sweet white.

On a visit to the winery, you can taste those wines and take a tour of the production area and barrel room. The front room of the winery also functions as a gift shop for wine accessories and locally made crafts, and a gallery for local artists. Like the land it’s on, Rosemont is owned and operated by the Rose family, one of whom will likely greet you when you visit.

1050 Blackridge Road
LaCrosse, VA 23950

(434) 636-WINE (9463)