Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop

A curated selection of inspired experiences and destinations worth discovering.

On the Loop in Page Valley

Set out on an adventure along the Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop in Page Valley to discover Shenandoah Valley vineyards, breweries, and distilleries; delightful dining; unique lodging; and rich experiences.

Explore the Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop
Explore the Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop

Begin your Whisky Wine Loop getaway in Virginia’s Cabin Capital by booking one of Page Valley’s unique lodging options. Savor hospitality and country charm at Piney Hill Bed and Breakfast and Cottages. Experience traditional and European romance in an authentic timber-frame cabin at Shadow Mountain Escape, or escape to recreation for re-creation at Skyland or Big Meadows Lodge in Shenandoah National Park.

Explore Whisky Wine Loop destinations in Downtown Luray, including farm-to-keg beer at the Hawksbill Brewing Co., coffee and lunch specials at the Gathering Grounds Patisserie & Café, fine dining at the historic Mimslyn Inn and memorable movie-going experiences at the iconic bubblegum-pink Page Theater.

Piney Hill Bed and BreakfastPiney Hill Bed and Breakfast
Gathering GroundsGathering Grounds
Mimslyn Inn Dining The Mimslyn Inn
Hawksbill Brewing Co.
Pictured: Hawksbill Brewing Co.

Raise your glasses with corn and aged bourbon whiskey and country wines at Luray’s River Hill Distillery, where ingredients are carefully grown, distilled and aged in small quantities on the working farm.

Continue with a scenic drive to Stanley and a homestyle lunch at the Hawksbill Diner. End the day among the vines at Wisteria Farm and Vineyard while you sip on local wine and explore walking trails, scenic spots along a creek and views of Romney sheep and free-roaming chickens.

River Hill DistilleryRiver Hill Distillery
Hawksbill DinerHawksbill Diner
Wisteria Farm and VineyardWisteria Farm and Vineyard
Skyline Drive
Pictured: Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park

Spend the day in the heart of the Blue Ridge Whisky Wine Loop at Shenandoah National Park. Choose from an afternoon hike along hundreds of miles of trails, see wildlife in its natural habitat and “ride the sky” along Skyline Drive to take in panoramic views of the Valley from nearly 70 scenic overlooks.

Shenandoah National Park Hikes

“If you only have two days for a wine drive, hop in the car and head to Virginia’s northern Blue Ridge Mountains. This compact wine-tasting route offers seven wineries and a whisky distillery to explore, along with gorgeous natural scenery tracing the northern part of Shenandoah National Park.”

— Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Whisky Wine Loop Spotlight

More to Discover at Luray Caverns A featured adventure attraction along the Loop.

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