Now at the Farm

Thu-Sun 11-5:30
Open daily, 10-5:30


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Tasting Room Information​

We are now open Thursday through Sunday, 11 am through 5:30 pm. We are also open Columbus Day, 11 am to 5:30 pm. Please note, the last call for glasses of wine and wine tastings is always 15 minutes before closing. 

Tasting Room Reminders
The cost of our full wine tasting is $11.25 plus tax and includes a 2017 Jones Winery logo wine glass. Please remember to bring your photo ID to the Tasting Room (everyone under 30 will be carded). 

Our Food Offerings
We believe pairing our wines with local foods demonstrates the magic of food-wine pairings. Each day we offer a selection of local cheeses and cured meats to enjoy with your glass of wine. During special times of year, like the farm's strawberry season, and during the Summer Wine Downs, our farm chef creates fresh, seasonal treats. You and friends can sit in our historic barn tasting room or outside on our terrace. Please note that we do not permit outside food and beverages. The selection of local foods we offer supports local farms and farms.

Our Tasting Room Mission: Educate and Celebrate!
In a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere, we help guests discover how to taste wines and to appreciate Connecticut wines. Our talented staff leads guests through a guided tasting so they can explore for themselves what they like best about wine. The focus of our wine tastings and our tasting room experience is education.

Group Tastings
For more information about bring large groups to the Tasting Room, please visit our Group Tastings section. Please note, at this time we do not rent or use the facilities for private events.

Directions to the Tasting Room
The Tasting Room is located at 606 Walnut Tree Hill Road, Shelton, CT, at our Homestead Farm. For complete directions, please see our Homestead Farm driving directions.  Once you arrive at the farm and park in the main parking lot, signs and wine barrels will direct you through the farmyard to red historic barn where the Tasting Room is located.


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

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912