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Cobbler Mountain Cellars

Big Cobbler Mountain

Delaplane, VA

Enjoy tastings, tours, hiking, camping and picnics on 90 acres of wildlife protected forest located on Big Cobbler Mountain, 45 miles West of D.C.

Open year-round for visitors to enjoy each season on the mountain. As the scenery changes, the menu changes ... including Summertime seasonals of Ginger Peach, Wild Blackberry Hop and Smackin' Orange. Winter's favorites start in the Fall with Harvest Pumpkin before Halloween and keep us warm with Maple Stout and Jammin' Cranberry Ginger to celebrate the holidays, crackling fires and the winter wonderland of the mountain. Year-round, enjoy the classic Traditional Jeffersonian, Original Honey, Mountain Top Hop and our Kickin' Cinnamon! Distributed in retailers near you in DC, VA, MD, & WVA. Residential and business shipping available via UPS.

5909 Long Fall Lane

Delaplane, VA 20144

(540) 364-2802

From Highway 66, exit 27 and follow state signs.

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November - April: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

May - October: Thursday, Friday & Monday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Saturday - Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Additional times by reservation. Venue space available for private parties, corporate events and all sorts of special occasions including the Treehouse Loft for casual gatherings and the Medieval Barrel Dining Hall for sit-down seated occasions in our original Celtic, English, Italian and French chairs and tables circa 1840.

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Cobbler Mountain~ Home to the "Little Winery That Could"~ is where the fairies live in big poplar trees, children run barefoot to Thumb Run Creek and stories of the wise Grandfathers and kind Grandmothers are shared around the Grand Fire Circle at the foot of the forest. A legendary dreamer, Grandfather McCarthy, discovered Big Cobbler Mountain in 1959. His love of creatures and exploring has been preserved and passed down to his children and grandchildren. Come hike a wooded trail. Open a bottle of imagination. Sip handcrafted wines with the makers. Find a little fantasy under the old apple tree. Who knows who you will meet along the way?
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  • First time visiting Cobbler Mountain. What a treat. Can with an Australian Shepherd Meet up and my SKye had a blast. The Mango Lemonade Cider is my new favorite cider from any place I have... 
    First time visiting Cobbler Mountain. What a treat. Can with an Australian Shepherd Meet up and my SKye had a blast. The Mango Lemonade Cider is my new favorite cider from any place I have...  more »
  • The owners are super friendly! I met the son in Columbia, SC at the Farmers Market giving out samples. I absolutely fell in love with the apple donut cider! Long story short, I drove 6 hours to VA to this location and found that the owner had put a case of my favorite cider off to the side for me with my name on it. So sweet of her! It was well worth the drive! I just wish they had distributors here around the Charlotte, NC area- they would be a hit & easily put all their competitors out of business! I love love love this cider & HIGHLY recommend! Especially the Apple Donut & Snickerdoodle!!!
  • I am surprised how few reviews there are on here for this wonderful cidery! We took our dogs and family to check it out, and were not disappointed. The grounds are beautiful, with plenty of picnic tables and a fire pit. They had more ciders on tap to taste than you can imagine in a wide variety of flavors, and they aren't bad at all! Loved the Traditional Jeffersonian! And the owner was incredibly nice and told us the history of the land, and about her father. Absolutely coming back frequently, as it's about an hour from DC, and well worth the trip!

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