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FAQ

What do you offer?

We offer wine tastings, wines by the glass, food sampler plates and bottles of wine for sale. Please see our menu at bottom of page.

How does a wine tasting work?

You will be presented with a menu and can choose 5 flights of wine to taste from a rotating selection of at least 12 wines. Each order ($15) is served with its own set of five small tasting carafes. All wines produced from grapes grown on our vineyard.


Do you offer tours?

We do not currently offer tours in late Fall/Winter. However, tours will be available starting in the Spring.


Do you have food available?

Yes

  • Large Charcuterie Board (suggested 2-4 ppl) - $25

Prosciutto, Genoa Salami, Parmesan Cheese, New York Sharp Cheddar, Edam Cheese, Roasted Red Peppers, Castelvetrano Olives, Gerkin Pickles, Everything Flatbread, Multigrain Crackers

  • Small Plate (1-2 ppl) - $15

New York Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Edam cheese, Multigrain Crackers, Pretzels, Castelvetrano Olives, Dried Apricots, Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Candy Kraft Chocolate


  • Cheese Plate (1-4 ppl) - $20

    NY Cheddar, NY Parmesan, Edam, Aged Gouda, Gorgonzola with Sea Salt Crackers


  • Chocolate Plate (1-4 ppl) - $15

    Four kinds of artisanal chocolates from our local chocolatier Candy Kraft. White, Milk (45% cocoa), Dark (55%), Extra Dark (72%) with Mandarin orange slices and raspberries.


Gluten-free and special requests available


Is there outdoor seating?

Yes! We have 12 tables with shade umbrellas on our quiet back patio overlooking the vines.


Can I make a reservation?

We have plenty of seating available and it is first-come, first-serve. Large groups of 6 or more, please call or email ahead.


When are you open?
We are open year-round Saturday and Sunday 12 pm - 6 pm.

Can I hold a private event at the winery and vineyard?

We do not currently host private events but may do so in the future.


What kinds of wines do you grow and produce?
Our wines are locally-produced on our vineyard using cold hardy grapes. Please see video below for more info: