FAQs

Covid-19 FAQs

Is the winery open?
The winery is open Wednesday through Saturday 11-8 and Sunday 11-6. Reservations are required for the tasting room and Kitchen restaurant
Please visit our food and wine menu on our website to see our full menu. 

I'd like to visit the tasting room, do you offer food there as well?

Absolutely. You can order our famous wood-fired pizza as well as a great assortment of wine friendly appetizers from your wine stewart in the tasting room.

Are you doing wine tasting right now? 

Yes we are, in the form of a wine flight of three wines that you take to your table in a cute Instagrammable holder. 

I'd rather have traditional table-side service, is that available?

For sure! Just make a reservation for The Kitchen instead of the Tasting Room. There's a Lunch and Dinner menu available and Brunch on Sunday

Do you offer wine for sale on your website?

Absolutely! Visit our online store by following the link in the main menu at the top of this page.We are also offering bundles and deals on multiple bottles. 

Are the village shops open? 

Yes, the winery village shops are open and welcome your business! They are open 11-6 Wednesday thru Sunday. Manzanita Coffee is open 9-5 Wednesday - Sunday. You can even take your glass of wine with you while you shop in our village shops! Thank you for supporting small business!

Do you allow pets? 

As much as we love our furry friends, no pets are permitted on the winery grounds. NO exceptions. Service dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities are always welcome. 

Do you allow outside Food and Beverages? 

No we do not. And though we may look park-like, the winery is privately owned, and picknicking with outside food and beverages is never permitted. 

Are children welcome at the winery?

Absolutely! Our food menu is very family friendly, we have a coffee shop with non-alcoholic drinks and snacks and a fun candy and gelato shop. Just please keep an eye on your little ones at all times and do not let them climb on our antique machinery or enter employee only areas.