Mediterranean Cellars

(540) 428-1984 8295 Falcon Glen Road
Warrenton, VA 20186
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Nestled in the rolling hills of Fauquier County, Virginia, Mediterranean Cellars Winery is only minutes away from Route 66 in Warrenton, Virginia. We are family-owned and operated with over forty years of wine-making experience. The winery opened at this location in 2003 and has been operating non-stop since then, crafting hand-made classic and regional varietals. Come and enjoy our fine quality new world wine varieties while experiencing the "old world" atmosphere and breathtaking views from our comfortable patio and warm tasting room. – Description from Alejandro

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  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

  • Chambourcin

    Little is known about the exact parentage of Chambourcin. It was a hybrid developed by Joannes Seibel in the Loire Va...

  • Viognier

    History of the grape: Viognier is thought to be an indigenous grape of Croatia that was brought to the Rhone in Franc...

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  • Hi everyone.  My wife Sandra and I have been into wine for the past few years and that's led to a few trips to Napa Valley and related areas in 2012 and 2013.  We enjoy all wines but reds are our favorites.  We hosted our first wine tasting party last night and it was a fun event - sixteen wine lovers trying different wines in a blind tasting.  ... Read More

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  • Sometimes your plans don't exactly work out as one anticipates. Say a trip planned around a grape, Zinfandel for example. Everything can go along swimmingly and then you come to a place where you have no problem with their Zinfandel, but Zinfandel as it turns out is not their story. Such was my visit to Unti, designed as part of an itinerary exp... Read More

    From the article Unti - Going Their own Way


  • Somewhere i read that according to the quality of wine, the winemakers choose what kind of cork they are going to use ( when they decided to use corks instead of screwcaps or glass stoppers). The long corks, made of only one piece, we're reserved for the better wines, while the short, composite corks are used in the cheap ones. Is this truth??? Read More

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  • Mediterranean Cellars Merlot 2005

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    A 2005 Merlot from Virginia. Deep ruby color with mid-rim variation. Dark fruits hints of black cherry, plum and raspberry with a hint of pepper. It has a long finish on the palette and slight acidity. The time for this wine is now (peak time 2012-2015). Best served chilled to 60 degrees, double decanted and served with a grilled pork dish. Read More

    Wine review by alanb1108


  • Fine wine can be likened to aesthetic arts or crafts, the qualities appreciated are sensory, a state of mind, rather than a measurable technology. For the most curious and adventurous wine enthusiasts of the world, the most exciting wines are typically those that are totally new and unexpected, surprising as opposed to predictable.  If there’s a... Read More

    From the article Dream Case for the Discerning Wine Connoisseur


  • I noticed that OutThere purchased seven bottles of a particular wine at $14 and it occurred to me that it was a $100 purchase, and enough to last about a week.  So I got curious, and mentioned in the thread that it would be interesting to know how much per week people spent.  Well, Emark has better records and more time on his hands than I do, a... Read More

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  • Went out for a meal at a restaurant the other night  whilst on a short break away in Wales taking my daughter back to University, While we were ordering i decided to have a glass of Rioja with some tapas. The wine was one i have tasted before at home and has always been good.Firstly when it arrived the glass was warm to the touch,  i asked them ... Read More

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  • The South of France, you can picture it. The glamour, the sun, the history, and the Languedoc (pronounced “lahng-doc”)That’s right, the largest single wine region in the world and France’s wine frontier, the Languedoc, is waiting for you. Waiting for you to discover her exciting wines and where adventurous winemakers blend tradition and innovati... Read More

    From the article Languedoc Wines


  • Erzeti Merlot Amphora 2000. Purchased fall of 2005. Cost: some number of euros. Dobrovo Castle – Brda Vinoteka, Slovenia. Enjoyed right there in the castle’s cellar.Talk about down the road to ruin… One stormy evening a very special wine stood on its own screaming at me, “Only wine can do this!”It was a thundering, stormy night… really!John (fia... Read More

    From the article The Epiphany Wine Responsible for My Road to Ruin


  • I’m one of those wine drinkers. You know the kind. Pays no attention to the type, age, winemaker, etc., of the wine in her glass. Has to call someone when she’s picking out a bottle of red to bring to a party, and never remembers the name of her favorite blend. But in my defense, I do love wine! Really, I do. I’m an enthusiastic wine enjoyer. Th... Read More

    From the article What's In a Label


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