The Virginia winery lies on 36 acres nestled in the quiet corner of Clifton, on the edge of Fairfax County. The property borders Hemlock Regional Park with the Bull Run River flowing only steps away through the woods. Originally, the property was part of a one-thousand acre land grant from Lord Fairfax in 1716 to the family’s direct ancestors and has been passed down through the generations since. Several hundred acres still remain in the family today. The winery is the closest to Washington, DC in Virginia, and the first in Fairfax County.
Founder Kirk Wiles and head winemaker Rob Cox will be joining us to present the wines, including their Sta. Rita Hills pinot noir, and Chef Jacques has created a tasting menu to complement them.
~ Le Menu ~
Paradise Springs Petit Manseng 2015
Shrimp in Saffron Broth
Paradise Springs Viognier 2015
Salmon in Puff Pastry, Garden Spinach, Pinot Noir Sauce
Paradise Springs Pinot Noir, Sta. Rita Hills 2014
Steak au Poivre, Green Peppercorn Sauce, Gratin Dauphinoise
Paradise Springs Meritage 2013
Paradise Springs PVT 2013
Frozen Raspberry Soufflé
excluding tax and gratuity; for a total of $160
We are happy to adjust the menu to accommodate guests’ dietary restrictions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with special requests. Patrons will have the opportunity to purchase the wines at a special price.