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Chateau Morrisette is among the oldest and largest wineries in Virginia. We also operate an award-winning restaurant with a 95% recommendation rate on OpenTable. With fresh vintages, flavors, and events at the winery, restaurant, vineyard, and festival field throughout the year, we will keep you abreast of all the great happenings and the people who make up Chateau Morrisette Winery and Restaurant in this blog and through our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest sites.


 

Shannon Atkins
 
June 18, 2018 | Shannon Atkins

The Black Dog Country Music Festival July 14

July 14, Chateau Morrisette's Black Dog Country Music Festival welcomes electrifying multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Hudson Moore, modern-vintage Nashville legacy bearers Little Feather and Franklin County's own Crawford and Power.  Both Little Feather and Hudson Moore have been recently recognized on Rolling Stone's lists of 10 New Country Artists You Need To Know.  Crawford and Power have just released their debut EP recorded in Nashville.

Come listen and dance to great country music all afternoon and enjoy your favorite Chateau Morrisette wines. Admission includes wine tastings through the afternoon, on site parking and entertainment. Beer, wine, food, and crafts are offered for sale.

Discounted advanced ticket price of $20 ends 4p Friday, June 29. Tickets sold after this time will be gate price of $30. Gates open at 11a; tastings begin 11:30a, and music begin at noon.

Seating, sunscreen, and a canopy or other sun protection recommended. Canopies welcome in designated areas behind the dance and seating area. Children under 12 admitted free with paid adult admission. No refunds - the music goes on rain or shine! No outside food or drink. Designated driver/non-drinking adult tickets discounted.

The festival is held at the Nancy Morrisette Festival Field, 3641 Black Ridge Road, Floyd Virginia, just a half mile from the winery and restaurant.

Time Posted: Jun 18, 2018 at 1:37 PM
Shannon Atkins
 
June 6, 2018 | Shannon Atkins

Sunday Sounds 2018 begins!

It's a good thing the Blue Ridge stays cool, because our Sunday Sounds stage is getting hot! Lew Woodall started our season with finesse, and we'll continue to host jazz every first Sunday.

This weekend, June 10, we're excited to continue our tradition as a stop on Southwest Virginia's Crooked Road with Whitetop Mountain Band! This event is part of the Crooked Road's Mountains of Music Homecoming weeklong series with performances throughout the region.

See the full Sunday Sounds lineup here, and we hope you can join us soon!

Whitetop Mountain Band at Chateau Morrisette

Whitetop Mountain Band tunes up before their 2016 Mountain of Music Homecoming performance.

Time Posted: Jun 6, 2018 at 9:05 AM