Regular Tours and Large Groups

The following guidelines are in place for the safety and comfort of our guests

– Reservations required for groups of 6 or larger

– No Buses

– Limousines need reservations

– Children and young adults welcome when supervised by designated non-drinking parent

please read the Child Passenger Protection Act  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leandra’s_Law

– No outside food please

 

VINE-TASTIC Sundays  – Summer Family Days for Nature Learning – see our EVENTS page for this inventive kids program.

 

Self-Guided Tour

Our vineyard is open every Monday through Friday for a self-guided tour (Saturdays and Sundays for Farmhouse guests ONLY).  Check in at the tasting room, pick up your tour booklet and stroll through the vineyard stopping at markers that explain the growing cycle of the vine. Learn about holistic, sustainable, organic and Biodynamic winegrowing, the natural habitat of wildlife and beneficial insects, and our living soil.  The tour is free with the purchase of a $14 tasting, a glass of wine or a bottle purchase.  Young adults under the age of 21 are free accompanied by an adult.  Available year-round. Certain farming activities may require the self guided tour to be postponed for a day, you are welcome to call ahead and inquire.

You can download and print your own
SELF GUIDED TOUR BOOKLET here.

 

Vineyard Walk with Barbara Shinn

Join us every Saturday and Sunday afternoon at 1:30 PM. when we open the vineyard for a walking tour and wine tasting. The walk highlights the growing cycle of the vines and addresses the sustainable farming practices of the estate. Owner-viticulturist-winegrower Barbara Shinn hosts the 45-50 minute walk. Four estate wines are poured after the walk. The tour and tasting is $25 and will take place for 6 or more participants.

 

Winery and Barrel Cellar Tour with David Page

Join owner-vintner David Page every Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 PM for a one hour tour of our winery and barrel cellar.  Get an inside look at our unique gravity fed winemaking, native yeast fermentation, and our barrel aging technique – while learning the history and philosophy of our winemaking.  Four estate wines are poured after the walk. The cost is $25 and will take place for 6 or more participants.