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Unified Agenda 1513-AB67

Establishment of the Middleburg Virginia Viticultural Area

Summary

The proposed Middleburg Virginia viticultural area encompasses 190-square miles, 229 acres of commercial viticulture in 10 vineyards, and 12 wineries in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties of northern Virginia. The boundary line of the proposed viticultural area neither overlaps nor shares a boundary line with any other proposed viticultural area or existing viticultural area. Distinguishing features of the proposed viticultural area include geography, geology, soils, and climate. The natural geographic features surrounding the proposed Middleburg Virginia viticultural area include the Potomac River to the north, and mountains, to the east, south, and west sides. The Middleburg area derives its name from the Town of Middleburg in northern Virginia.

Timeline

1 action from March 2012

  • March 2012
    • NPRM

Contacts

  • Elisabeth Kann
    Management Analyst
    Phone 202 453-1039
    Fax 202 453-2509
    Suite 200E, 1310 G Street NW.,
    Washington DC 20220

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