May 31st, 2018
Hillsborough Farm Brewery eyes a Fall opening
Make some room, Hillsborough Vineyards. Tolga Baki, owner of the upcoming Hillsborough Farm Brewery, is teaming up with his family business, Hillsborough Vineyards, and will launch a farm brewery at the Hillsboro winery. (The town and winery are spelled differently.)
Baki -- who also owns Belly Love Brewing in Purcellville...
Loudoun Times Mirror
August 28th, 2018
Loudoun Wine Awards Toast Local Libations
Seventy wines were entered in the competition and 18 of them were named gold medalists and 47 won silver medals. All of the entrants must be made up of 100 percent Virginia fruit, with 75 percent of the fruit from Loudoun County. All wines also must be produced and bottled in the county. Loudoun wineries that won one gold medal are 868 Estate Vineyards, Cana Vineyards, Fabbioli Cellars, Hillsborough Vineyards...
March 22nd 2018
French Grape Variety Thrives in Loudoun...
Located in the town of Purcellville, about an hour drive northwest of Washington, D.C., Hillsborough Vineyards is now home to the largest planting of Fer Servadou in the U.S. Husband and wife Bora and Zeynep Baki purchased the 36- acre Hillsborough property in 2001 and planted the initial vines in 2003. Today, Hillsborough is home to 12 acres of vineyards including four acres planted of Fer Servadou.
Savor Virginia Magazine
May 19th, 2017
The Best VA Wineries for Instagrammers
"Route 9 takes you through the one-time mill town of Hillsboro, a picturesque clutch of stone houses clinging to a hillside. The fieldstone look continues as you enter Hillsborough Vineyards. Seated tastings in the French-country-style tasting room can be paired with European cheeses and charcuterie. Red wines here are unfiltered, a style that winemaker Kerem Baki uses to preserve flavor and aroma.
December 21st, 2016
6 Top Wineries Near Washington, D.C.
"The scenic Hillsborough Vineyards, located in a quaint pre-Civil War village, is an old manor house that was converted into a winery about 15 years ago, Hosbach says. And, he adds, the sunset views of the nearby valley are the best around. "Sit in an Adirondack chair under a canopy of vines and sip wine specialties, while savoring charcuterie and exotic cheeses and watch the sunset over the Shenandoah Valley..."