The Zephaniah Farm Vineyard in Leesburg, Virginia area, is a family-owned winery that has been operating on the same property for four generations. The wine they produce comes from grapes grown right here at their own Fourth Generation Working Farm about 5 miles away from Downtown Leesburg.
Zephaniah Farm Vineyard is the perfect destination for wine lovers who want to enjoy some fine Virginia grapes grown right here in their own backyard. Enjoy handcrafted wines backed by personalized service, meaning you can take time out of your day and relax while they do all the work.
Situated at 19381 Dunlop Mill Rd, Leesburg, VA 20175-6826, Zephaniah Farm Vineyard is more than just a winery; it’s an experience. The Quaker-built home where they host wine tastings for up to 8 people per reservation has been around for more than two centuries. You’ll feel like you’re in another time period as soon as your eyes start scanning over all these old pictures on its walls and beautiful woodworking inside this 200-year-old building.
This is a picturesque vineyard that offers visitors the chance to taste wines by flights, glasses, or bottles. They have outside spaces and now limited indoor seating available on Friday through Sunday noon until 5:30 pm when they’re at full capacity.
Also, Zephaniah Farm Vineyard is a lovely place for outdoor enthusiasts. They have heaters and fire pits, as well as plenty of outside space (and limited indoor seating). Be sure to dress warmly- this farm’s been known to get chilly. If you’re interested in hosting your next event here, book now before their space fills up completely.
They have a number of seating areas on their property. Some are covered, while others offer protection from the sun’s heat and humidity, with their lush green trees providing shade in the fall and winter months. The vineyard offers guests an opportunity to experience farm life without leaving your lawn chair behind- there will be plenty available if you plan accordingly because they don’t want anyone walking off feeling like they were left out since this event really does bring everyone together as one big family unit rather than splintering into smaller groups at another wedding or party.
Their tasting list features an intentional Rosé, five whites (including two off-dry), and five reds made by our family in a manner befitting their distinctive terroir conditioned for beauty from each grape’s individual desires through time spent fermenting together on this earth as one entity with all its imperfections present yet hidden beneath layers upon layers of carefree skin contact between us humans who are ever seeking new pleasures until there is nothing left worth looking at anymore because everything has been seen before save maybe something different or better – never boring though dulled.