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Fri-Sun 11-5, see below for details

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WINERY UPDATES

Our hearts are with our fellow citizens, in our community, in our nation, and around the world. In light of these very difficult times, we are in full support of the Governor's decision to close public areas, including winery tasting rooms for wine tastings and wine by the glass service.  

  • We will be open for bottle sales only, from Friday through Sunday, 11am to 5pm.
  • We have a very convenient wine check out stand right next to our parking area. For those of you who visit us during Christmas tree season, it is the same location where you purchase wreaths and trees. We believe this outdoor setting provides a safe setting for the necessary social distancing.
  • Please try to pay for your purchases with credit cards. 
  • If you would like us to deliver the wine to your car at our parking lot this Friday through Sunday, please contact us at (475) 777-2831 to pre-order and pre-pay.
  • Our staff continues to be extra conscientious about following all the recommended hygiene policies, including frequent hand washing and staying home if ill. We ask that guests please do the same.
  • We will continue our spring special, to mix or match any 3 bottles of Strawberry Serenade and Beacon Light #8 for 25% discount.
  • Our Spring Fling program will be extended, dates to be determined.
  • As the situation keeps evolving, we will post the latest information on the homepage of our website. 

We know many of you are making great sacrifices during this time. We thank all of you, and especially keep in our thoughts are prayers the healthcare workers, first responders, military, grocery store workers, pharmacists, delivery persons, utility workers, IT specialists, elective officials, and so many others. We pray for farmers everywhere as they continue work to grow our food.

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

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912