We're a working farm vineyard focused on crafting fine Virginia wines while paying tribute to the history and preservation of 19th century pastoral Fairfax County. The closest winery to Washington, D.C., we offer you an escape from the hustle and bustle of your daily life to a simpler time—where you can relax in the beautiful Virginia countryside with your family and friends and sip delicious, award-winning Virginia wine. Our operating hours are Saturday–Wednesday 11AM–7PM, Thursday 11AM–8PM, and Friday 11AM–9PM. Outside seating only. Reservations are required Friday-Sunday and Federal Holidays for picnic table seating or spread out a blanket at Hillwood Park! We do ask that all guests wear masks when not at their tables for the safety of our employees and guests.
Great first experience sitting in the Production Barn. Great service, music and wine made for a wonderful afternoon. Sad to say, the food truck was very slow and he admitted he had not checked our online orders. It was over an hour, but delicious when received. Looking forward to the next visit!
Loved it! Great wine, VIP and very considerate service. We felt very safe and had so much fun!
Thank you for providing this experience to safely socialize during this time.
The customer service was outstanding! We had a great time.
Kim and Michelle were wonderful - great at helping to pick the wines and the foods that taste best with it!
Wind-resistant heat lamp would be appreciated. Thank you!
No food available (due to Covid). Service was good as normal.
We didn’t try the food truck and there was no service offered. While I love the bull run winery I think $20 reservations is a bit steep when you get nothing in return besides a table.
This past time the seating in the tent was not as nice and not as warm as the previous time when were in the patio area not far from the singer. I was chilled most of the time, so I did not enjoy it as much. On the bright side with the breeze blowing through the tent, there was plenty of fresh air. We were at table 78. The water was turned off in the bathrooms in the barn, that was inconvenient. I thought that was the bathroom for all the patrons were suppose to use, so not my best visit.
I visited Bull run Winery on 2/14. I was a bit dis-appointed with the set up. When I was thinking heated tent I was thinking bull run would have tables on cement not on mud & hay. Also the food truck was parked quite far from the main building, and I lost time visiting with my party. Also $20 to reserve a table, without the fee going towards wine seems a bit high especially when we were seated at first at a table with no heat lamp and the entire ground is mud & hay. Thankfully the host moved us to a table next to a heat lamp.
Tried the barn early on Saturday would have preferred that they had set up the other tables instead of them infringing on our table space multiple times during their setup
FYI if you book the family friendly heated patio online, they give you the option of reserving for up to 6. When we got there, the host let us know that the max # of people is 4 not 6. Wine was great!Loved the Viognier and Cab France. The food vendor had a very long line so we didn't get to eat until two hours in.