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Open daily 9-5:30. Closed Thanksgiving. See below for tips and links.

203.929.8425

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New Wines and Strawberry Shortcakes at Jones Winery

 

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Happy Days for Dads and Grads!

This is a wonderful time of year to celebrate - weddings, graduations, Father's Day, and the first day of summer! Commemorate these special events with a trip to the Jones Winery and enjoy a wine tasting and a glass of your favorite wine on the patio. With our summer hours, we are now open until 5:30 four days a week.

Thursday - Sunday, 11 am-5:30 pm

You are My Sunshine!

We have a wonderful new white wine, Sunshine White. With its bright flavors and bit of sweetness on the finish, it's perfect for your summer gatherings.

Another new white wine introduced last month, Muscat Ottonel is great when you are seeking a dry white wine with delightful aromatics. 

Other special wines for celebrations include our sparkling Strawberry Serenade and Whispering White. Our Seven Generations port is in stock, and makes a great gift for Father's Day.  Be sure to see our new farm t-shirt featuring our historic John Deere B tractor.

Strawberry Season Special

During the weekends of our farm's strawberry season, our Harvest Kitchen will be creating our amazing Jones Strawberry Shortcakes, featuring our delicious sun-ripened strawberries and fresh whipped cream over a Harvest Kitchen shortcake.  

Our Seasonal Garden Plate includes lemon ricotta cheese, Jones-made strawberry rhubarb chutney, Jones-made crackers and of course, farm-fresh strawberries.

Visit the Winery on weekends from 11-5:30 and enjoy these delights (while supplies last) as you enjoy a glass of wine on the patio and terrace.

 
Jones Family Farms & Winery

Homestead Farm
606 Walnut Tree Hill Road
Shelton, CT 06484
jonesfamilyfarms.com | 203.929.8425

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Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912