Wine handcrafted in the style of Old-World artisan wineries. Think globally, drink locally.
Our tasting room is now open until 6 pm on Fridays!
August 30, Snake Castle release 11-4 pm
We are celebrating the release of our new Port-style fortified wine, Snake Castle
August 30, 4-6 pm - Cigar & Wine Trail Event with Wine & Cigar pairings
Rogers Ford Farm Winery is now a part of the Virginia Wine and Cigar Trail. Come join us Saturday August 30th from 4-6 pm for a special wine and cigar pairing event.
Your ticket includes two glasses of Rogers Ford wine paired with two Panacea cigars of your choice. There are five unique pairings to chose from.
Johnny Puckett of Rogers Ford Farm Winery and Ron Barker of CigarVolante will speak on the five different wine and cigar pairings.
$35 advance ticket sales, $40 at the door
Wine club price $29 (log in to receive discount)
Purchase your tickets online!
Rogers Ford Wine Club (Sign up here)
snake castle and Lily grace: Aug/Sept 2014 (Available Aug 9)
Snake Castle | Lily Grace
NEW Snake Castle:
Snake Castle is made from Petit Verdot and fortified with Brandy distilled from our own grapes. It is oak aged, unfiltered, and robust. This port-style wine is named after a local landmark on the Rappahannock River. With hints of chocolate, caramel, and cherry candy we call it a tootsie roll in a glass.
Lily Grace is a combination of Chardonnay, Vidal Blanc, and Viognier. Think of these grapes as ingredients to create a new flavor. Viognier is very floral, Vidal is crisp and bright, Chardonnay lends body to this wine and brings it all together.
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Rogers Ford Farm Winery
14674 Rogers Ford Road
Sumerduck, VA 22742
Tasting room open Fri: 11-6,
Sat. & Sun. 11-5
IMPORTANT: On Aug. 18, the Sumerduck bridge will be closed for an 8-month widening project and Route 651/Sumerduck Road will not be usable as a route to the winery from Route 17. Folks coming to the winery from the Fredericksburg area will just go a little further on Route 17, take a left onto Courtney's Corner Rd, and then turn left onto Sumerduck Road and then right on Rogers Ford and continue to the winery.
Map of the new route
Article about Sumerduck Bridge Closing