Lambert's Winery is located in Weston, West Virginia
"It stands as a diminutive, Gothic looking structure on a hillside surrounded by a vineyard." The winery is constructed from hand cut stones gathered from various parts of West Virginia. Some weighing as much as 3,000 pounds. The doors are designed of solid two by fours on edge, with a rounded top. A comfortably furnished tasting room welcomes visitors as they enter. A 3-inch thick bar top, cut in the 1950's in Canada, is set up in one corner. Behind the bar, a mantle and mirror top the sink. Also in the tasting room is a raised television in the corner opposite the bar. A fireplace is surrounded by three rocking chairs and shelves containing West Virginia pottery that is for sale. Behind the tasting room is a racking room, storage area, and a cooling room. Jim & Debbie Lambert would like to extend a personal invitation to come and tour our Winery and see for yourself why we are so proud of our work. Call the Winery at (304)269-4903.