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Food and Wine Weekend Getaway in Virginia Wine Country
Napa, Sonoma, Willamette . . . Loudoun? Hard as it can be to believe, the exurban capital of Virginia, where urbanites have fled the stress of nearby DC politics to kick back in a slower paradise of locally grown food and Shenandoah breezes, is fast becoming a wine region to stand up to some of the West Coast's finest. The types of tipples you'll find in Loudoun may be less familiar, such as Viognier and Cabernet Franc, but there is a match for every palate and a plate to pair with every glass in the region's top-notch country kitchens. – By Elana Schor
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