Stone Road Vineyard
Stone Road Vineyard believes in the
replication of the heritage that made West Virginia a state by embracing the
belief that Mountaineers are always free in our production of enjoyable vintage
wines. During the Civil War, West Virginia enjoyed prolific vineyards that
existed in a majority of the Kanawha River Valley.
After the decimation by the Confederacy of these vineyards midpoint
during the Civil War, the “Burning Springs” were replaced with 20th
Stone Road Vineyard is the union of quality grapes with the vinting
techniques of the new age. We are the Ohio River appellation.
American, grafted French, and grafted vinifera grape
varieties, we offer a history honored touch of civility in our varietals and
blended red and white wines.
these echoes that live in the course of human events allow us to necessarily
declare the wine you drink today to be that which was to be demonstrated or
QED. Now. Enjoy!
David and Lynne Stone,
The travel of wine through time is a journey on the road of
life. Time, Tools, and Strategies provide strength for Stone Road
Vineyard and we encourage our customers to participate in the simplicity of
enjoying wine for health and the enhancement of fine food. We pride ourselves in maintaining the
ability to produce wine from grapes that folks in our resident Wirt County rate highly while attracting those
folks from the cities and towns of kindred spirits in our nation and our
world. We do this by sharing a specific
selection of five quality red and three quality white wines in a defined level
of output and blending. Look for the
likes of Mourvedre, Isabella, Leon Millot, Alicante, and a few others in our
reds. Look for the likes of vignoles, Riesling, Semillon, sauvignon Blanc, and a few
others in our whites. Our wines seem to
be an intersection where Italians, Germans, and Hillbillies meet; and actually,
the roads of Tuscany, the Nahe
river valley and West Virginia are much alike. They meet at fine wine.
also, each release of a wine is often limited to a couple of hundred cases and
our blending decision is often driven by visitor appreciation. The ultimate description might be to think of
us as a canteen; either a practical container or a social institution. For that
which was demonstrated, our labels sign the path in the travel of our wine,
beginning at County road 12.
Dave & Lynne Stone,