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“[Jim Law of Linden Vineyards] is a key figure in raising standards in Virginia grape-growing...whose wines have been exceptional almost from when he started in the 1980s.”
—Jancis Robinson

Our job as winegrowers is to express the forces of earth, weather, and vine in the glass. We farm three distinct vineyard sites with the goal of patiently unveiling their individual personalities. Agriculture as art. Our cellar practices are simple and traditional so as to allow the vineyard to speak. Linden’s wines are restrained, intuitive, and harmonious. This is also who we are.

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Latest at Linden

Follow the Harvest | September 11, 2019

Chardonnay Grapes

Dry conditions have afforded us the opportunity to precision pick. We have seven different plantings of Chardonnay at Hardscrabble. They range in age (35 years to 4 years), soils, and clones. By harvesting and vinifying each block separately we are able to better understand the personality of each parcel.


Jim Law on the Kojo Nnamdi Show, WAMU, 88.5FM
Monday, September 16, 2019, 12–1 pm.

Jim has been tending his vineyards and keeping records for almost 40 years. He will be part of a panel discussing the impact of climate change on agriculture in the region.

Kojo Nnambi Show, WAMU (Opens in a new browser window.)


September–October 2019

Tasting Room | Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
$10 per person | Reservations not necessary
Free for Friends of Linden

Terrace and Deck | Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Open to all on Friday. Please see our policy.
For Friends of Linden on Saturday and Sunday.
Become a Friend of Linden.

Vineyard and Cellar Tours | Saturday

11:15 a.m.
No charge | Reservations not necessary

Note to Our Visitors

We love to share our wines with you in situ, but please remember that Linden is a working vineyard and winery. In order to keep our operations small, focused, peaceful, and in harmony with farming and our community, we have limited activities.