Really, what could be more delicious in the summer than a popsicle with an adult twist?
Welcome to the Piedmont Virginian
Just west of Northern Virginia, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, lies the Piedmont: a beautiful oasis with mountain views, charming small towns steeped in a rich history, and quiet rural areas where traffic jams usually involve livestock or tractors.
The Piedmont’s storied past and vast beauty are celebrated by the artists, restaurants, winemakers, and others that occupy this amazing region—a place appreciated and revered by those who live here and those who visit.
The Piedmont Virginian Magazine, a richly produced quarterly journal of information and appreciation of this area’s nature, place, people, and ways of life, is a window into this world.
We strive to give voice to this special—even magical—place in the hopes that it remains so.
Please join us on this journey.
A garden stroll by Karla Jones Seidita
Fire trucks “Get into your Heart”
Checking in with some of the Piedmont’s wineries, breweries, and distilleries as they climb out of Covid
The Art of Sam Robinson
“The music the guitars are capable of is what interests me the most.”
More than décor, patrons of The Little Cheerful are treated to Watkins’ delicious home cooking and her solid gold heart of hospitality
Livestock Guardian Dogs
Flower adorned, all-natural, and undeniably cheery cakes made by owner Susan Sweeney.
Fine Dining and First-Class Hospitality in Flint Hill
A Berryville couple creates artsy hand-crafted houses for our feathered friends
Telling a more complete story
For a Cozy Night at Home
The Excitement of “Junk”
Mom’s Apple Pie Company, where “Everything has to be yummy.”
Award-winning wine, chocolates, and tropical plants welcome guests to Glass House Winery
Illustrating the Northern Piedmont’s Past and Present
A Voluminous Historical Resource Thrives in the Piedmont
The Music of Andre Fox
Canine Blood Donations
Sean Skinner, Custom Bike Builder
Georges Mill Farm is home to Sam and Molly Kroiz, eighth-generation Georges, and their popular farmstead cheese operation.
Two African American baseball greats born in the Piedmont
A Short Drive to a World Away
A world-class arts experience on a regional level.
Zoe Sumrall, Forest Technician, Virginia Department of Forestry
It’s been a memorable decade or two in the wine business…
Preservation of Loudoun County’s Historic Roads Takes Big Steps Forward
A powerful essay about longtime healing and refuge in Fauquier County by author James Reston, Jr.