Harvest Season Celebrations!

  Join Us In Celebrating the 2015 Harvest Season! We have plenty of goodies to finish out the year. Our annual Harvest Festival is near, followed by a Halloween Bash, with Trivia Nights starting up again and opportunities to come help harvest– earn a bottle of wine & get a homemade meal from Sharon! Plus, great[…]


  Happy Fourth of July Good news! We decided that we would be open from 12-5 so that you can bring friends and family out. We’ll even be providing a Red, White & Blue case discount for all variety cases which include Dragon’s Red, Winter White and any blue bottled wines. Enjoy wine on the[…]

Brewmaster’s Blast April 2015

Once again, apologies for not writing for a few months. Brewing slows down during the low season though. We just ran out of the Doppler Dopplebock. It was very popular! Right now we are brewing Raspberry Wheat, Imperial Stout (will have to be barrel aged though), Jack’s Nut Brown Ale (gluten reduced), and our Wit.[…]

Events at The Vineyard

HOSTING A TASTE, A TOAST & CHEERS ALL YEAR ROUND!   Open throughout the year, we feature Acoustic Afternoons every Sunday 2 – 5 (excluding major holidays), Trivia Nights once monthly, Friday Night Bands (spring into fall), occasional Barrel Tastings, Italian Dinners, Holiday events and Annual Festivities. At the occasion of poor weather, we simply[…]

Brewmaster’s Blast, Aug. 2014

Made some changes on the beer lineup. Pegasus Pils is now Gluten “Reduced”, we cannot say free as there may still be some still there. The Aviator, which used to be Gluten Reduced is about to back to having gluten present. So be careful. Later this fall a gluten reduced Low Level Lager will be[…]

Winemaker’s Musings, August 2014

Harvest has started. Our first variety to be delivered was Foch. It is used exclusively in our Blushing Hawk. This will be a great vintage. The Jolly Rancher Watermelon like flavor is back. Brianna has been harvested and came in about 20% of last year. Good quality, but not much. Edelweiss will be coming in[…]

Winemaker’s Musings, May 2014

As stated earlier, it was a rough winter. We have extensive damage to our Traminette and Vignoles vines with most of the trunks or cordons split. Those will have to be regrown from below ground.  There was also significant damage to our LaCrosse, DeChaunac, and Syrah vines. So it will be a rebuilding year for[…]