We recommend online ordering with one of the following options or give us a call in the Tasting Room at 540-882-4560.
1. SHIPPING TO YOUR DOOR by UPS with...
- FREE SHIPPING on purchases of 6 or more bottles.
- Standard shipping for 1-2 bottles
Someone 21 years old or older must be home to receive the delivery.
2. BARN-SIDE PICKUP: Take a ride, get some fresh air and one of our staff will bring your order to your car. You can place your order in advance on our website. Please select "Pickup at: Barnside Pickup at Sunset Hills" under Shipping Information in the checkout process. In the Order Notes in the checkout process, please let us know if you have a time you'd like to pick these up, otherwise give us a call when you are on your way.
Sunset Hills ships to Arkansas, California, Colorado, Washington D.C., Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
Traminette is the shining star in our Sunset White giving our blend its unique and fragrant nose. Viognier, Vidal Blanc, and Albariño join the Traminette to give this flamboyant varietal a balance of acidity and sweetness. The pronounced bouquet of aromas such as lychee and spring blossoms translates to light, crisp, white peach flavor as it dances across your palate. Try with spicy shrimp tacos, guacamole and red cabbage slaw.
Cheese pairing - Fontina or Morbier
Vegetarian pairing - Chickpea Tiki Masala with Coconut rice
This vibrant rosé is bright, not only in color but in flavor as well. Bursting with juicy red fruits like raspberries, strawberries, and cranberries that linger ever so lightly on the palate, followed by a mild acidity to create a dry finish. Enjoy this rosé with your favorite appetizer or charcuterie board.
Cheese pairing – feta
Vegetarian pairing – grilled artichokes with a lemon aioli
Our 2017 Sunset Red expresses itself as an easy-going red blend you will want to introduce to your friends. Led by vibrant playful dark fruits that mellow into a low tannin finish. Notes of black cherry and currants come forth with a touch of rich tobacco allowing this wine to be enjoyed in its youthful state. Perfect for a back-yard barbecue with your favorite meat and roasted vegetables.
Cheese pairing- Burrata or Edam
Vegetarian pairing - Spinach and ricotta stuff shells
Our 2017 Cabernet Franc is still young and light at heart. It’s meant to be enjoyed in its early stages but has the potential to mature gracefully. Beginning with dark cherries and red raspberries, the flavors evolve into black tea and finishes effortlessly with smooth tannins. Pairs well with a warm fire and a comforting bowl of hearty chili or sipped while watching a gentle rain.
Cheese pairing - Brie, Camembert and Gorgonzola
Vegetarian pairing -3 bean chili
Delicately aged in French oak for 18 months, our 2016 Reserve Cabernet Franc showcases our highest quality grapes. 25% Petit Verdot was introduced to support the robust body and deepen the structure of the wine. Elements of burnt caramel, deep plum, and black cherry combined with the finessed tannins on the finish, elevates this wine to become perfect complement to a rich, fatty meat. Enjoy with seared duck breast or a juicy ribeye.
Cheese pairing - Blue Cheese and Gorgonzola
Vegetarian pairing - Quinoa stuffed peppers
This vintage of our Petit Verdot starts off like a walk in the woods after it rains. The earthly elements of porcini mushroom and wild dark fruits such as blackberries evolves this wine into a smooth velvety finish. Enjoy now or for years to come, with a hearty bison burger topped with bacon and garlic aioli.
Cheese pairing - Aged Gouda and Gruyere
Vegetarian pairing - Black bean burger with smoked gouda
Port style, ruby in color and surprisingly smooth. Our Dusk is 100% Chambourcin, aged in whiskey barrels, and fortified with Brandy for 18 months to develop deep characteristics of brown sugar, blueberry, and baking spices. Pair this wine with spiced cake, berry cobbler, and of course…chocolate.
Cheese pairing - Blue cheese or stilton