Welcome to Virginia Gold Orchard
"As crunchy as an apple, as juicy as a melon!"
Yes! We are still OPEN at the orchard!
Happy New Year to all our wonderful friends and customers! Thank you for a successful 2017 harvest season :)
We have Fresh Asian Pears, Persimmons, Chestnuts, Honey, and many different heirloom varieties of Squash available for purchase at the orchard.
Click here for directions to the orchard.
If you have a restaurant, please contact us about special Scratch n Dent pricing!
OPEN Wednesday - Sunday
WINTER HOURS 10AM -5PM
and by appointment (540) 817-9253
CLOSED Monday and Tuesday
Our Classic Large Box of pears (at least 10 pounds) - $32
"Big Bag" of pears (at least 5 pounds) - $18
15-pound box of "scratch n' dent" pears (they still taste great!) - $26
Virginia Gold Orchard is a family-run farm dedicated to growing the very best tasting Asian pears.
Asian pears are unique, but what makes Virginia Gold Orchard special is the fact that its pears are considered by many to be the best they have ever tasted. Many other pears - often shipped in from outside the United States - are picked green, days or weeks before they are truly ripe! We always pick our pears at the peak of ripeness, allowing the warm Virginia sun to give our pears their full, unique flavor. We then lovingly pack each box ourselves here at the orchard, by hand, to ensure only the very best pears reach you.
And we don't only have Asian Pears! We also sell honey, homemade Asian pear marmalade, persimmons, chestnuts, and a variety of locally grown produce. Our selection changes each week! Call or email us if you'd like to know what's available at the orchard now.
Our pears have been featured in Gourmet and Southern Living magazines, The Washington Post, The Korea Times, and FOX 21/27 Morning News. Click here to learn more about the farm.
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THANK YOU to everyone who helped make our first Tree Sale a success - Here are some care tips for how to plant and care for your young trees.
Virginia Gold Orchard remembers co-founder Paul S. Estabrook.