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Answer: Well, to start, we are not conducting tastings, but we are instead offering tasting flights.
All seating is outside and tables are in excess of 6 feet apart. Staff is wearing face coverings and frequently disinfecting common touch areas.
Guests are expected to wear face coverings when not at their table and are to maintain social distancing from other groups of guests. No cash transactions; credit only.
What is the same though? The wine is still good, the staff is still friendly, and vineyard is still relaxing and pretty. Leashed pets are still welcome. And outside food is still encouraged.
Answer: The white heart on the blue shield is part of the crest from Werner’s hometown in Germany, Wiesental, which recently celebrated its 700th anniversary. It emblazons our bins and tractors, and without our trying, has become our logo. The heart represents our guiding principles of social and environmental responsibility.
Answer: Our wines are available for sale at our winery and here on our website.
Our winery is open April through December, Saturday and Sunday, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Purchased wine can be enjoyed outside on the verandah overlooking the vineyard in the valley below. It’s a gorgeous view!
Wines are available for purchase through the website year-round, although we do not recommend shipping wine during the hottest months of the year.
A couple of our wines are also available for sale at Rebecca's Natural Foods in Charlottesville, Friendly City Food Coop in Harrisonburg, and Polly's Folly in North Garden.
Answer: Yes, of course. We do not serve food, so we encourage you to bring snacks and such. Just please clean up after yourselves, and no outside alcohol (a violation of our ABC license).