Award Winning Wines and Gluten Free Beer
A true testament to the wine made at Beliveau is their show stopping vintages that win awards annually. Made with love in Virginia, the grapes grown are tended to and watched over by Joyce and Yvan, the owners of Beliveau Farm Winery. The first grapes were planted in 2009, and since then the grapes are not only featured in the wine! The chef at Beliveau concocted a gourmet pizza topped with grapes fresh off the vine. This unexpected combination is perfect for pairing with a glass of their red or white wines.
If your tastebuds are more inclined to hopps than grapes, the team at Beliveau has created a gluten-free beer from ancient grains. With each new season, new flavor profiles are offered. If you and gluten are not on speaking terms, the entire brewing process is dedicated to gluten free practices. Sample the beers and kick back to activate a tranquil afternoon.
Exploring Beliveau’s Beauty
Beliveau is more than just a family owned farm winery. Positioned on 165 acres, Beliveau has no shortage of breathtaking mountain views that welcome you home and introduce you to the vastness of nature that surrounds you in Montgomery County. Bring the family along to venture out to the various trails that surround the property. Head to the overlook and on your way up (you can drive or walk) make sure to stop for a photo at the LOVEworks. When you’re at Beliveau you’ll feel as if the mountains are just as close as your family and friends.
The Manor House
Great for a girl’s getaway or a retreat with your partner, the Manor House at Beliveau Farm Winery is the perfect escape to the countryside to relax and unwind. The Beliveau’s welcome you to the Manor House and will lead you to one of the five rooms. Several rooms have access to an outdoor private sitting area to take in the Blue Ridge Mountains. You’ll stay cozy in the winter months because each room has an electric fireplace to snuggle up in front of. A few steps away you’ll have access to the tasting rooms, lavender fields, and more unique experiences offered.
Certain weekends throughout the year offer unique activities to reserve and enjoy. Special dinners and holiday dining experiences occur around most major holidays. From June to August, the Dog Days of Summer, Lavender Festival, and Grape Stomping Festival are crowd favorites. You’ll
PS. Don’t forget the bug spray in the spring and summer months. You’re in the mountains, of course.