Fabbioli Cellars

Northern Virginia

This family-friendly winery provides an intimate but informal tasting experience. Winemaker Doug Fabbioli is best known for the big dry reds he produces: cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, Tannat and a Bordeaux-style blend known as the 'Tre Sorelle'. Cheese ($12) and charcuterie ($18) plates are available.

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