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Chateau Morrisette Winery +

MP 171.5 Blue Ridge Parkway

287 Winery Road

Floyd, VA 24091

(540) 593-2865

Chateau Morrisette Winery is located 300 feet off the Blue Ridge Parkway, only 4 miles north of Mabry Mill and 4 miles south of Rocky Knob in beautiful Floyd County, Virginia.  The winery offers wine tastings and tours 7-days a week.  Tastings include a sampling of ten different wines and a tour of the winery for $8 per person.  There is a full service restaurant at the winery offering lunch Wednesday through Sunday and dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. (Reduced hours for the restaurant Jan-Mar - open every day in Oct).

Situated at 3500 feet above sea level, Chateau Morrisette provides a spectacular vista of Buffalo Mountain and the valley below.  Open Table named us one of the Top 100 Restaurant Views in America.  With a list of preferred lodging partners, the winery offers one and two-night getaway travel packages year round.  From June through October, guests can enjoy free live music on the winery courtyard every Sunday afternoon.  Check the website or Facebook for a complete list of year round festivals and special events:

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Don’t miss one of the most beautiful overlooks along the Parkway.

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