Children and Infants - Not in My Winery!

It may surprise you to discover that not everyone thinks your baby or child is as adorable as you do. In the Northern Virginia wine region, less than half (49%) of the eight-five wineries explicitly welcome children. This exclusion may extend beyond the tasting room to include the entire grounds of the winery. So leaving an adult with a baby in a car while others go into the winery would not be permitted. (Obviously never leave a baby in a car by itself. Clever babies could drive off leaving you stranded.) Below we list the wineries that welcome children and ones that explicitly do not. The remaining provide no information, so we suggest you contact them before visiting.

Wineries welcoming children:

50 West Vineyards
868 Estate Vineyards
8 Chains North Winery
Arterra Wines
Aspen Dale Winery at The Barn
Barrel Oak Winery
Blue Valley Vineyard and Winery
Bogati Winery
Cana Vineyards and Winery of Middleburg
Casanel Vineyards & Winery
Chrysalis Vineyards at The Ag District
Creek's Edge Winery
Crushed Cellars
Desert Rose Ranch & Winery
Fabbioli Cellars
Granite Heights Winery
Gray Ghost Vineyards
Grey Horse Vineyards
Hidden Brook Winery
Hiddencroft Vineyards
Hunters Run Winery
Magnolia Vineyards & Winery
Morais Vineyards & Winery
Mountain Run Winery
Old House Vineyards
Paradise Springs Winery
Potomac Point Winery
Quattro Goombas Winery
Rogers Ford Farm Winery
Stone Tower Winery
Sunset Hills Vineyard
Tarara Winery
Terra Nebulo Vineyards
The Vineyards & Winery at Lost Creek
The Wine Reserve at Waterford
The Winery at Bull Run
The Winery at La Grange
Three Fox Vineyards
Vint Hill Craft Winery
Willowcroft Farm Vineyards
Winery 32
Zephaniah Farm Vineyard

Wineries that do not want anyone under twenty-one to visit:

Chateau OBrien at Northpoint
Delaplane Cellars
Greenhill Winery & Vineyards
Notaviva Vineyards
RdV Vineyards