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Group Tasting Inquiry

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Our beautiful Tasting Room is able to accommodate larger groups interested in partaking in these educational wine tastings.

  • During the busy fall season, Thursdays and Fridays are great days for group tastings, between 11 am to 4 pm. On weekends, we can accommodate small groups and highly recommend you arrive before 2 pm.
  • During November and December, we cannot accommodate group tastings because during the cooler months the indoor heated tasting areas indoors are limited.
  • For groups larger than 8 persons, the form below in advance is required.  A tasting room representative will contact you to discuss and confirm.
  • We offer a guided wine tasting at the Tasting Bar with one of our winery educators. For 6 to 7 tastes of wine, the tasting fee is $12 per person plus tax.  The 2019 logo will glass is included. The tasting takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Wine by the glass maybe be purchased afterwards as well as regional cheese and crackers. 
  • Please note, we do not permit outside food and open bottles.  These policies support local farms and create a wonderful, educational atmosphere at our Tasting Room.
  • The last call for wine tastings and the last glass of wine is at 5:15 pm.
  • To offer a high quality experience to the scheduled group, on weekends we schedule the last group tasting of the day at 2 pm before the Tasting Room is full with other visiting guests.  
  • At this time, we do not offer private wine tastings outside of our regular Tasting Room hours.
PLEASE NOTE: THRU OCTOBER Thu & Fri, 11 to 4; Sat & Sun, 11 to 2. Sorry, there are no group tastings in Nov and Dec weekends.
Please initial that you acknowledge our group tasting policies listed above,
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Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912