Wine Tasting Experiences

Despite the changes in the world, Pearmund Cellars is has always given our guests an afternoon in wine country they will remember. 

While our seating is first come first served, some prefer to know a table is waiting for them.  We take limited reservations each day for our premium seating.   A $50 gift card purchase (redeemable on your visit) will secure you one of our premium seating area. 

When here, in lieu of traditional wine tastings, Pearmund Cellars is offering wine flights…where by you choose which wines you want to enjoy in groups of three.  The flight is prepared and brought to you by our staff, with a list of QR codes linked to videos, allowing all to learn about the wines in a hands free environment. 

Click here to see the wines currently being offered. 

Wines are also available by the glass, bottle and case! 

We have gourmet meats, cheeses, snacks and dips available each day.  On weekends, a variety of made to order food platters are offered.  Guests are encouraged to bring lunch if they desire. 

Specialized experiences, for any size group, are what we love best.   Group blending classes, tours, paint and sips, seminars and more, you name it we will try to do it.  Please contact us at 540-347-3475 and we can structure a afternoon of wine, education and memories just for you. 

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Tours

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At Pearmund Cellars we are all about educating wine enthusiasts about Virginia Wine! We offer custom tours that teach our customers about:

  • The Grapes – planting, trellising, harvesting
  • The Wine Making Process – from vine to bottle
  • The Barrel Room – the aging process and our unique barrel stacking systems (which we introduced to the East Coast)

Tours are given Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m and 3 p.m. or by appointment for groups of 10 or more. Please call us at 540-347-3475 to set up and reserve your tour!

 A sample of what is going on at different times of the year at Pearmund Cellars:

-Pruning in February and June
-Spraying from May thru August
-Harvesting in September
-Trellising on-going
-Bottling in May and June
-Crushing / Pressing in September
-Blending / Fining in November
-Fermenting / Aging on-going