The Vineyard That Inspired Real Housewives: Potomac's Best Brawl

Often, in the "Real Housewives" television series, the food and restaurants featured in the respective franchises take a back seat to the titillating drama. What the housewives eat and drink is rarely as interesting as their arguments, unless it's a glass of wine being hurled in the face of one of the co-stars. That being said, most of the time, it's a tennis match of insults and comebacks exploding from either side of the dinner table. And, although "Real Housewives" Producer Andy Cohen has admitted to his fascination with some of the ladies' food choices on the show, it's rarely a centerpiece of the individual storylines, according to Bravo TV.

The latest season of "The Real Housewives of Potomac" has depicted storylines riddled with controversy among the cast of characters. Eater reported that a Virginia vineyard served as the backdrop to one of the most epic fights in this franchise's tumultuous history.

Bluemont Vineyard hosts epic Housewives altercation

Season 7 of "The Real Housewives of Potomac" has entertained fans with epic drama and interpersonal turmoil since the end of October, according to Bravo. In Episode 5, which has the title, "Burn Session," Real Housewife Wendy Osefo invites her co-stars to Bluemont Vineyard in Bluemont, Virginia, perĀ Eater. At an elegant wine tasting, where the ladies feasted on flatbreads, baked brie, crab dip, and spinach dip, a verbal altercation exploded between Wendy and Robyn Dixon, Screen Rant reported.

Dixon and Osefo have had a contentious relationship since the latter personality joined the show in Season 5. The vineyard set a pastoral backdrop for the brawl, which lines such as "You are horrible," and "No one called you a thug," erupted from each side of the table. The vineyard was established in 2007 and hosts events like weddings and other formal affairs. It's nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and boasts breathtaking pastoral views.