Located in Loudoun County Virginia, Breaux Vineyards is one of the largest vineyards in all of Virginia. This 400 acre estate, grows 13 different varieties of grapes, with its signature Nebbiolo as the flagship. Founded in 1997, Breaux Vineyards has been making award winning wines since the very beginning with the 2013 Meritage making the Governor's Case in the prestigious Virginia's Governor's Cup Competition.
This family friendly winery offers some of the most spectacular views in all of Northern Virginia, being situated on the side of Short Hill Mountain in the Virginia Piedmont. The large, grassy terraces out front provide an expanse perfect for a romantic afternoon picnic or an extended family gathering. Live music is available on weekends with some of the best musicians the area has to offer. Breaux Vineyards is open year round, seven days a week except for Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years .