At Sharp Rock Vineyards, we take great pride in being a small, artisan winery that crafts 12 award-winning wines each year from fruit that we hand-select and pick from our own vineyards. We use old-world wine making techniques, stressing balance and a minimalist style, to create wine reflecting our unique mountainside location.

Each wine is made in small lots, hand-bottled, and sold here in our renovated 100-year-old barn winery and tasting room. Our wine selection is diverse and includes crisp Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, fruity and bright Rosés, dry oak reds like our Petit Verdot and Malbec, and lightly sweet Chamois blends.

Each wine is available for a limited period during the year.

Your own private cottage — perfect for couples and families
Complimentary wine tasting and bottle of your choice
Cottages stocked with complimentary coffees, teas, juices & snacks
Enjoy fresh fruit & baked goods in the privacy of your cottage
Mountain views with riverside location
Sharp Rock in an unspoiled, rolling valley at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Hughes River gently meanders through Sharp Rock’s twenty-five acres which embody the peace and pleasures of country life at its best. Sharp Rock Farm is not only a bed and breakfast, but a working vineyard and winery. Guests are invited to tour the vineyard and taste the award-winning wines in our tasting room.

Wake to golden sun rays peeking over the mountains and lull yourself into a complacent, slower rhythm of life. Unwind and relax with a glass of wine on your private cottage deck. Stroll through the vineyard or simply cozy up in your cottage with a good book or conversation.

Hike the nearby and legendary Old Rag Mountain
First-time hikers can travel to White Oak Canyon Falls for an easy sojourn.
Little Devil Stairs attracts more experienced climbers.
Take a short drive to the famed Luray Caverns.
Nearby you can go horseback riding, antiquing, gallery-hunting or wine tasting.
Try your luck at fishing for fresh mountain trout footsteps from your cottage.
Enjoy a refreshing dip in the clear mountain-fed water of the Sharp Rock swimming hole.