To make everyone's experience as enjoyable as possible we ask that you read over
the following points and thank you in advance for your cooperation.
* Please designate a driver and drink responsibly - Those little ounces add up!
By law we are not allowed to serve visibly intoxicated people regardless of who is
driving. * Please plan ahead - We have limited space, please give us a call at
least two days in advance if you are coming with a group of 10 or more so that we
can make proper accommodations. * Please use your inside voice - No screaming
or shrieking is necessary. In general, please remember that the tasting room is not
a bar at Happy Hour. * Please don't serve yourself - If the bar is busy please
be patient. The server will get to you and give you the same attention they are giving
everyone else. * Please don't smoke or wear heavy perfume/cologne - This affects
both your tasting experience and the experience of others around you. * Please
put your cell phone on vibrate - If you must take/make a call please excuse yourself
from the room.
What to expect in the tasting room.
* Please designate a driver and drink responsibly.
Those little ounces add up and we are not allowed to serve visibly intoxicated people
regardless of who is driving. We can't stress this enough. * A host will greet
you and get you started with wine glasses and explain what wines are available for
tasting and how the process works. * White wines are tasted first, followed by
red wines, and then dessert wines. * Taste each wine carefully and savor each
sip. Don't chug it! * Read the tasting notes as you taste and see if you notice
any of the aromas or flavors listed in the notes. * Be open to wines that you
believe you will not like - reds, whites, port wines. You might be surprised! *
No questions are dumb, so ask away. Our staff will be happy to talk about the wine. *
Purchase wine - assuming it is in your budget and you like it, then spring for it.
Because we are a small winery our tasting rooms are often the only place to find