Health & Safety Guidelines
Last updated: June 2, 2020
First and foremost, we hope you and your families are well.
The safety and well-being of our guests, employees and communities continues to be our highest priority. In compliance with county and state public health orders, we have implemented specific guidelines to allow limited business operations to reopen beginning Friday, June 5, 2020.
To maintain the safety of our guests and employees, we are not currently offering walk-in tastings. Reservations will be required.
Yes, guests must arrive at the winery for their reservation wearing a face covering. It may be removed once checked in and seated, but guests are required to wear a mask anytime they are not seated at their designated table. Our team will be wearing masks at all times to minimize contact with guests.
Your health and safety are our priorities. Upon arrival, guests will be required to wash their hands at the hand sanitization station and have their temperatures checked for fever with a touch-free thermal scan. If guests display symptoms such as temperature over 100.04°F and/or arrive from counties or states currently under shelter-in-place orders, they may not be permitted.
Additionally, our team will disinfect all surfaces with EPA-approved disinfectant.
Animals are not permitted in any of our indoor or outdoor tasting spaces, except for service animals with credentials.
Under current public health guidelines, we can only receive guests of legal drinking age, 21 and older.