Let the Music Play!
Every weekend at the Vineyard you can listen to great music -- blues, jazz or classic rock-n-roll -- while sipping your favorite glass of wine under the stars. See who's playing this month at the Vineyard.
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Have a girls night out on Thursday May 7 from 5:30-8pm!
We will have menu specials, happy hour wine prices, and multiple vendors such as thirty-one bags, jamberry nails, and homemade crafts.
Mother's Day Walk and Brunch
Bring Mom out on Sunday May 10, for a delicious brunch with wine!
Then take a walk through the woods with Dr. David Benzing.
"May Flowers" Wine Glass Painting Class
Wednesday, May 27th 6:00 - 8:00pm
April showers......bring May Flowers! Just in time for Mother's Day, treat her with a gift certificate for a bouquet that she'll enjoy all year long! Let us show you how FUN it is to unleash the artist within and how EASY it is with step-by-step insturctions to create a set of 4 unique hand-painted glasses, in several colors and patterns to choose from! No drawing or painting experience necessary! All supplies provided!
With a little music, a little wine, friends, and lots of laughter, it's a PARTY!
$40 for a set of 4 glasses.
Limited seating; advance registration necessary.
Call (440) 965-5202 for reservations.
We are now taking reservations for our 2013 Chardonnay Ice Wine due to be released Spring of 2015. With only a 350 bottle production it is certain to go fast.
Harvested and pressed at 10 degrees F in late December 2013. It was then cold fermented for 8 weeks to 11.5% ABV with 17 brix residual sugar.
Upon completion of fermentation the Ice Wine was put into our signature oak imitation barrels to age for 14 months.
Due to varietal as well as pores barrel aging and a dash of oak our Ice Wine is like no other.
Reserve by calling the winery at
This year’s spring is late once again, but the business of this winery resident is on schedule.
Two days ago, while laying down mulch, we discovered that a killdeer has targeted our blueberry patch for her first round of this year’s breeding season. The nests of this common bird amount to little more than shallow depressions just wide enough to accommodate four speckled eggs. Killdeer hatchlings emerge equipped with complete coats of juvenile feathers and fully capable of foraging for food. Threatened adults temporarily abandon their nests feigning broken wings to draw predators away from eggs that remain highly vulnerable despite their clever camouflage. Mother and offspring will be long gone by the time U-pick berries become available in early July.
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