Notaviva Vineyards Relaunches As America’s First Rural Coworking Winery
Storied Virginia Farm Winery Bridging The Gap Between Creativity, Innovation, Agritourism and Rural Economic Development
(Purcellville, VA – September 14, 2017) Notaviva Vineyards announced today it is relaunching its tasting room as a rural coworking space. The custom handcrafted timber frame building has been reconfigured to support several tiers of coworking memberships, in addition to serving Notaviva’s current winery clientele. Intended to serve a wide array of customers, from mobile professionals to freelance creatives to digital nomads, the unique structure boasts an atmosphere and amenities unrivaled by any other coworking space.
“Essentially what we have created is an innovative new model for our wine club,” says CEO and wine composer Stephen Mackey. “By packaging flexible coworking memberships with wine club plans, we are building a diverse community of professionals, creatives and visitors to Loudoun County who all share common interests in business growth, collaboration and the enjoyment of wine and music.”
In addition to the membership plans, the winery is intended to serve as both an incubator and a hub of entrepreneurial activity. Networking events, educational seminars and corporate outings will create a wide array of opportunities for members and guests alike. Mesh Omnimedia, Loudoun’s premier full-service creative agency (also co-founded by Stephen and wife Shannon) will provide support services for the design and execution of member experiences. Several of the membership plans also include access to the Mesh Omnimedia conference room in historic downtown Leesburg.
Mesh CEO Shannon Mackey adds, “The tasting room at Notaviva Vineyards is one of the most beautiful and inspiring structures in Loudoun County. By providing the business community access to our venue as well as offering a viable alternative to the growing challenges of the Northern Virginia transportation infrastructure, all while fostering rural economic development, we are confident that our coworking space will make a positive impact in our region. This innovative vision of technology integration and rural lifestyle is a ‘Very Loudoun’ initiative indeed.”
Membership plans are available for purchase now, with access beginning in October. Detailed plan information is available at http://www.NotavivaCoworking.com
About Notaviva Vineyards
Notaviva Vineyards and the Mackey family first garnered national attention in 2008 by being featured in the HGTV reality television hit series “Dream House.” The series followed the construction of the winery tasting room, which doubled as the family home from 2007 through 2017 and inspired Stephen’s memoir entitled, “Dream. Build. Believe.” published by Mascot Books. More information on Notaviva Vineyards as well as ongoing scientific research into wine and music pairing can be found on the website at http://www.NotavivaVineyards.com and information on their memoir depicting the founding of the business can be found at http://www.Dream-Build-Believe.com.
About Mesh Omnimedia
Mesh Omnimedia, named Loudoun County, Virginia’s 2016 Best Web Design and Development firm and 2014 Loudoun Chamber Technology Small Business of the Year, is a full-service creative agency focused on web development, video production, graphic design and strategic marketing services. Mesh Omnimedia serves a global clientele from its offices in Leesburg, Virginia and Colorado Springs, Colorado where it expanded operations in July 2016. More information on Mesh Omnimedia may be found on the website at http://www.MeshOmnimedia.com.