Opened in 2006 as Prince William County's only established winery, the red brick three-and-a-half story La Grange manor house was built in the 1790s. Visitors can tour the completely refurbished manor house and new winery building and sample a variety of wines such as Viognier, Chardonnay, Meritage, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Norton, Claret, Pinot Grigio, Tannat and a Port-styled Snort. The winery hosts special events and is available to rent for private occasions.
The oldest standing house in Prince William County, Virginia has undergone a four-year renovation and is now open to the public. The historic home, built circa 1747 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, sits on a scenic hilltop overlooking Neabsco Creek only about 30 miles from Washington, DC. George Washington and his family often stayed as a guest at Rippon Lodge.