Feb 22, 2014
The Daily News Leader
Convivial spirit at the wine festival
Inside the Stonewall Jackson Hotel on Saturday, Mattaponi Winery representatives poured samples of Wabamin white wine, which they describe as "like eating grapes off the vine."
Annual Tribal Tribute to Governor McDonnell
This tradition dates back to the 17th century. It began in 1677 as part of a treaty between the state and Native American nations.
In Longstanding Tradition, VA Tribes Present Gift in Lieu of Taxes
It's one of the oldest Virginia traditions, dating back to colonial times. Native Americans from two of the state's earliest tribes presented Governor Bob McDonnell with a tribute Wednesday morning: two deer and a turkey - in lieu of taxes.
Hampton Roads Daily Press
October is Virginia Wine Month, the perfect time for tasting and traveling
October is Virginia Wine month, and this year the state is marking its 25 anniversary of recognizing the growing wine industry.