WTOP TOP 10: Best Winery

Voting for the TOP 10 Contest is now closed. Winners will be announced Monday, Aug. 6 on WTOP.

WTOP readers and listeners nominated a number of wineries and vineyards in the D.C. region. Click through the gallery below to review the finalists and vote for your favorite on the final slide.

Voting will close on Aug. 3, and winners for all TOP 10 categories will be announced on Aug. 6.

Be sure to vote for our other TOP 10 categories: Best Burger, Best Pizza, Best Brewery, Best Crabs, Best Coffee Shop, Best Brunch, Best Tacos, Best Bagels and Best Barbecue.

RdV Vineyards
2550 Delaplane Grade Rd., Delaplane, Virginia (Courtesy RdV/©2011 Gordon Beall/Gordon Beall) (©2011 Gordon Beall/Gordon Beall)
The Winery at Bull Run, in Centreville, Virginia, is seen in this photo. (Courtesy The Winery at Bull Run/Lisa Damico Portraits)
The Winery at Bull Run
15950 Lee Hwy, Centreville, Virginia (Courtesy The Winery at Bull Run/Lisa Damico Portraits) (Courtesy The Winery at Bull Run/Lisa Damico Portraits)
Stone Tower Winery
19925 Hogback Mountain Rd, Leesburg, Virginia (Courtesy Stone Tower Winery Facebook) (Courtesy Stone Tower Winery Facebook)
Barrel Oak Winery
3623 Grove Ln, Delaplane, Virginia (Courtesy Barrel Oak Winery) (Courtesy Barrel Oak )
Paradise Springs Winery
13219 Yates Ford Rd, Clifton, Virginia (Courtesy Paradise Springs Winery) (Courtesy Paradise Springs Winery)
Like flannel sheets or a bowl of chili, big red wines provide warmth and contentment. (Thinkstock)
Linden Vineyards
3708 Harrels Corner Rd, Linden, Virginia (Getty Images/iStockphoto/Rostislav_Sedlacek) (Getty Images/iStockphoto/Rostislav_Sedlacek)
From junk-food pairings to holiday markets to scenic runs, Virginia's vineyards offer a variety of events and activities to keep you and your tastebuds entertained this season.  (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
Early Mountain Vineyards
6109 Wolftown-Hood Rd, Madison, Virginia (WTOP/Rachel Nania) (WTOP/Rachel Nania)
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The Winery at Bull Run, in Centreville, Virginia, is seen in this photo. (Courtesy The Winery at Bull Run/Lisa Damico Portraits)
Like flannel sheets or a bowl of chili, big red wines provide warmth and contentment. (Thinkstock)
From junk-food pairings to holiday markets to scenic runs, Virginia's vineyards offer a variety of events and activities to keep you and your tastebuds entertained this season.  (WTOP/Rachel Nania)

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