Painting of Shenandoah alley flora growing on a rock outcrop by MJ Seal

Update

As you may have guessed the trip to France this April is off. So….Bottles of "Farmhouse" Red and White Wines from Cline Cellars available at The Virginia FarmhouseIn an attempt to make the best of a very bad situation we will remain OPEN for the month of April – as long as circumstances allow.We are (currently) well stocked on locally sourced necessities- like eggs (limit 2 dozen per customer), bacon, honey and cheese as well as tea and coffee. I am making a point of sanitizing high traffic surfaces (door knobs, handles, etc.) multiple times a day. And while we are never particularly crowded we understand those who don’t want to come into shop- so we are offering curbside pick-up. Our hours have been reduced a bit- now just 10-5 Thursday through Saturday. The rest of the week we are OPEN by appointment- simply call us at (540)459-9006, text us at (540)481-4355 or email us at thewoodstockfarmhouse@gmail.com. We are happy to open the shop for your personal shopping convenience- just Please give us a heads up (i.e- don’t let us know 5 minutes before 🙂  )And we still have plenty of wine, cider and mead.

*Stay Safe*

Oh yes- and the art sale is being extended until the end of April! Happy Shopping

Two wines from Shenandoah Vineyards that are available at The Virginia Farmhouse

New Additions- March 2020

We have a few new additions-3 hand kitted caps made by Jill GochenourIncluding these lovingly hand-knitted tamo-chanters from Jill Gochenourcolorful hand knitted tamochantersWe also now carry an assortment of her other  hand made and very functional outerwear like these “shawl-ettes”-2 miniature shawlsAnd these colorful scarves-

a large purple and pink scarf and a green and black infinity scarf

Also new: Shenandoah Vineyards’ Chardonnay and Riesling.Chardonnay and Riesling from Shenandoah Vineyards are now available at The Virginia FarmhouseThe Chardonnay is lightly-oaked and pleasantly buttery with a refreshing acidity on the finish. The Riesling is dry, crisp and citrusy.

And…..

The Art Sale will continue until the end of this month. We still have a few Helen Jean Smith prints left (framed and unframed) as well as an assortment of artwork from other Shenandoah Valley artists. A painting of a shady forest floor peirced by sunbeams painted by MJ Seal“Woodland Scene IV- Sunbeams on a Mossy Forest Floor”- Original painting by MJ Seal. Acrylic on board in hand made frame, 14″ x 11″. C. 2017

*This is my favorite of all the realistic woodland scene paintings I made- from a slight distance it’s like looking through a window into the cool shady depths of one of our verdant local forests on a mid-summer day.

Originally $115 this piece is now just $57! Including the beautiful, hand made frame it’s housed in.A painting of a forest in a black and gold Dutch-style reverse frame both made by MJ SealAlso….

Don’t forget: we will be CLOSED for most of the month of April for our trip to France (fingers crossed)- so stock up now!