Important Update: Cana reopens May 29th!
We are very excited to welcome you back to Cana! Please read all the information below for information on opening.
No reservations required. Masks required when entering the building for restroom use and while not at your table. Groups must be 10 persons or less (this includes children). The tasting room will be closed, except for bathroom use.
Our 43-acre farmland in the gorgeous Loudoun countryside is the perfect location to unwind and safely enjoy the outdoors. Our outdoor spaces will have socially distanced, sanitized seating and we also encourage you to bring a blanket and lawn chairs and enjoy a picnic on our expansive lawn! Children and pets are welcome.
Check out our expansive property on our YouTube page: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8qH-kbIUEic
The safety of our staff and guests is our top priority and we want you to have a pleasant visit, while keeping us all safe. Please respect our guidelines and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.
*Stay home if you have experienced symptoms of COVID-19 within the past 14 days.
*Visit with groups of fewer than 10 people.
*We are currently offering several self-guided flights, in lieu of tastings, which are 50% off for members.
*Respect social distancing rules and keep at least 6 feet between you and others, whether seated or in line at the bar.
*Only send one person to the bar to order to help us avoid crowding.
*Wear a mask when ordering at the bar, using the restroom, or otherwise interacting with staff. Feel free to be maskless at your tables!
*Discard or recycle your cups, plates, bottles, etc. Our staff will come by to sanitize after your party has left.
*All of our staff members will be wearing masks and maintaining thorough upgraded sanitization procedures throughout the day.
Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you around the winery!
Awarded Loudoun County Winery of the Year four years in a row, Cana Vineyards & Winery is proud to contribute to the excellence of Virginia-made wines. We are a family-owned farm winery, nestled among the Bull Run and Blue Ridge Mountains, located just outside downtown Middleburg. Our dedicated team is passionate about bringing you the best wine that nature, science, and art can deliver to your table.
Cana is family-friendly and pet-friendly. Attended children are welcome in the first floor of our tasting room, the Sunset Pavilion, porch, patio, and grounds. Our second floor, deck, and gazebo are dedicated adults-only space, with the exception of children allowed during private events. Dogs on a leash are permitted in the public areas of the ground level, in the Sunset Pavilion, and around the grounds. Have you seen our Bark Bar with special treats for our furry friends?
**See above notice for current status of Tasting Room operations**
We are closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Main Tasting Room
Cana’s tasting room is situated on a picturesque hillside. Our Sunset Pavilion, porch, and patio afford visitors several comfortable locations to enjoy Cana wines while taking in the beauty of the mountains. Our second floor tasting room overlooks the vineyards. Tastings are $12 and you can bring home your own Cana logo glass.
Lite fare prepared foods, including breads, cheeses, meats, and spreads, are available for sale in the tasting room. Picnics are also permitted. However, Virginia state law does not allow for any alcoholic product other than our own wine on the premises, even if it is in a sealed bottle.
Tasting reservations are required for all groups greater than eight people. A tasting of eight wines will generally last 30 minutes.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a group tasting.
Reserve an exclusive private tasting with our award-winning winemaker! Up to 15 guests can participate in a seated tasting for $30/person. Charcuterie is available for an additional fee. Availability may be limited.
Email email@example.com to schedule a private tasting.
Location and Directions
Cana Vineyards is located at 38600 John Mosby Highway, Middleburg, VA 20117 between the historic towns of Aldie and Middleburg, Virginia, and is just a short drive from Washington, D.C.