Are pets allowed? Yes! Just so long as they are well mannered, on a leash and picked up behind.
Are you child friendly? Yes! Just so long as minors are supervised at all times. We are a farm winery, so there are lots of ways to get hurt. Not to mention other adults might be here to unwind and "get away" from screaming kids, please respect the other patrons. :-)
Can I bring a munchie basket? Yes! Sometimes we may have a food vendor, but most times we don't. It will be posted on our Facebook page if we do. You are welcome to bring your own munchie basket, just no outside alcohol. Also, we have artisan cheese and crackers for sale in the tasting room.
Can I bring outside alcohol? Not at our public events.
How much is the tasting fee? $5. or if you bring in a canned good to support CCHASM (a local food ministry), it's $1. off.
What are your hours? We are a very small family farm winery, thus we don't have "regular hours". This seasons public hours are posted on the main page under "Tasting Room Hours".
Do you do private rentals or private tastings? Yes, please see our private events tab for more details.
Do you offer military discount? Yes, 10% for both active and inactive members. Thank you for your service to our great country and the freedom we have!
Do you grow all of your grapes? As a farm winery 51% of the fruit must come from our property. From there we are able to purchase 49% from other Virginia vineyards where we process and bottle the same as we do our grapes.
Do you make all of your own wine? We make 100% of our wine. Because we are so small and thus selling out in a handful of days, we decided to bring in a guest winery to supplement tastings. Currently we produce 150 cases and purchase around 25 cases a year from a guest winery.
Do you do weddings or wedding receptions? No, we do not do weddings, however we do just about every other small to medium sized celebration, including bridal showers and small rehearsal dinners.
Should I bring a chair? It is recommended. Our country atmosphere is conducive for sitting in the "barn-yard" and chilling with a bottle of wine listening to, on most days, live entertainment.