Keeping Ahead Of The Curve

CrossKeys Looks To ‘Stay Competitive’ As Number Of Virginia Wineries Rises

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Posted: April 1, 2013

Families enjoy Easter Brunch at CrossKeys Vineyard in Mount Crawford on Sunday. Owners at the vineyard say that adding a meal service is part of an effort to combat emerging competition in Virginia and to maintain quality control. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
CrossKeys Vineyard displays their award-winning wines in their tasting room in Mount Crawford on Saturday. Wineries and vineyards throughout the Shenandoah Valley has been growing over the last couple years, committing to larger productions to meet demand.
A group tours the CrossKeys Vineyard in Mount Crawford on Saturday. The vineyard opened its kitchen in November and is now offering food service.

MOUNT CRAWFORD — With a majestic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains and 11 wine varieties produced from 22 acres of vines, the owners of CrossKeys Vineyards had just one ingredient missing in...



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