About Sunset Hills Vineyard
Mosaic: A combination of diverse elements forming a more or less coherent whole.
Mosaics are a unique way of telling a story. The “mosaic” of Sunset Hills Vineyard is an intriguing balance of stone and wood, innovation and tradition, fine wine and opportunity which not only honors Loudoun County’s rich farming heritage, but is advancing the future of Virginia’s wine industry.
At Sunset Hills Vineyard, quality radiates in the “mosaic” of award-winning wines, sustainable farming practices, historic preservation, philanthropic pursuits, and exceptional customer service. Not surprisingly, for two consecutive years (2013 & 2014), Sunset Hills Vineyard’s 2010 Mosaic red wine has won the Gold medal and has been chosen for the Governor’s Case in Virginia’s Governor’s Cup wine competition. That dedication to quality continues.
From the planting of the first vines in 1999, Mike and Diane Canney, owners of Sunset Hills Vineyard, had a vision of making fine wine of the highest quality in a manner which was gentle on the land. That vision is reflected in the sustainable farming practices employed today.
Only an hour outside of DC, noise and congestion give way to gently rolling hills, pristine horse farms and lush vineyards. We're committed to sustaining the beautifully green environment that serves as our vineyard’s backdrop by utilizing innovative, green technology wherever possible.
“Quality is never an accident.
It is always the result of intelligent effort.”
Meet the team of Sunset Hills Vineyard