The winery is open for Tastings everyday from 10am to 4pm.  Reservations required.

FAQ’s All of your questions answered

May we visit with our children?

Well-behaved children are always welcome.  While in the Patio area, they must stay seated, and need to be supervised when visiting other areas of the property.  We think the best spot for guests with children is the Picnic Table area, because of its proximity to our entertaining farm animals and the Lawn. We have machines that dispense goat food (for $.25) that can keep the little ones occupied.  We ask that children are considerate in their play so our gardens will be around for others to enjoy.

Is food available for purchase or should I bring my own?

A variety of snacks such as cheese, charcuterie, crackers, chips, chocolate, cookies and non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase in the Truett Hurst Tasting Room.  Guests are welcome to bring snacks and picnic lunches from our area restaurants and shops.  Please do not bring hard-top coolers on wheels as they don’t work well on the gravel and can damage our lawn.

Can I bring my own wine?

Of course not- we have plenty and it’s quite delicious!

Can my dog be off leash?

While we know how much you love your dog, other guests might not feel the same! Well behaved dogs are welcome outside, on a leash, and must be accompanied by a human at all times. Dogs cannot come in the tasting room unless they are bona fide service animals.

May we swim in the creek?

Not unless you are a fish or an otter.

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