COVID-19 Special notice!
[Last update 09-Sep-2022]|
PV is currently OPEN for tastings.
When the weather is dry, we'll be doing
tastings outdoors. It may be chilly so be sure
to bring a warm coat. We have some lap blankets available
but you may wish to bring your own!
On rainy days, we may be indoors in our unheated winery,
so you'll sstill need to bring a coat. The winery has
space for only one group at a time (max 6 people)
while maintaining 6 foot spacing for Covid safety. You'll
need to be willing to share the space or perhaps wait.
|Please note: We do not take
reservations during our normal open hours as we simply
do not have enough seating to put aside a spot - it's
first come-first-served. However, don't hesitate to
call/txt for availability.
|Our open (Winter) hours are:
|Fri, Sat, Sun||11:00am - dusk (about 4:00pm)
By appt. only - call/txt
(Contact Us page)
We present a guided tasting,
we'll spend a few minutes and tell you about each
wine. This is a $15 tasting fee. You'll get to taste
all the wines we have open that day, typically 6-7. For every 2
bottles purchased, we waive one tasting fee. We accept cash, all
major credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, etc, sorry, no
checks. See our outlets page for
local retailers, and we can also ship wine to most states.
Click here for Directions page
on how to get to the winery.
Important disclaimers -- please read!
Please remember that the winery is the basement of a private home.
- Please - no dogs! We have vineyard cats actively protecting the
property from rodents/vermin, thank you for your
- We are too small to provide any food service. In nice
weather, you are welcome to bring your own picnic lunch and
enjoy the vineyard from the picnic table.
- Although there are no obstacles like stairs or curbs, there is a
gravel/grass driveway that can make handicapped access
- Our gravel driveway and vineyard tour through grass
means that high-heels are not a good idea!
- Our driveway has a narrow steep turn and not much turnaround
space at the top. We cannot handle motorhomes or buses. (You
could park below and
walk up -- contact
- Our driveway is shared with other households and is adjacent to
agriculture. We ask that you drive slowly to avoid harming
kids/pets or kicking up dust onto the plants.