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Tasting Room Hours

Unfortunately, with the disappointing news that indoor dining is no longer allow, we will be making the decision to close the tasting room after this weekend.

But WINE is still available for pick up and shipping! Link below

Grace Wine Club 

We invite you to join the Grace Wine Club 

and experience small batch, estate grown wines and exciting club benefits. 

Member Benefits:

15% savings on all wine bottles, tours, tastings and merchandise

Discounts on event tickets and guest stays

Access to new releases 

Newsletters with tasting notes, pairing suggestions, and winery happenings 

$60/quarter (plus tax, shipping, and delivery) 
Harvest: September Crush: December Budbreak: April Verasion: June

Wine Club is a one-year commitment.

You must be at least 21 years old to join the Wine Club.

Wine must be delivered to an address where someone over 21 is present to sign for the wine.

Credit cards are automatically charged at the beginning of each quarter.

Membership may begin anytime throughout the year with the upcoming quarter as the 1st shipment or pick-up. 

Wine will be held for “pick-up “members for up to one month before being shipped with shipping costs applied.

Delivery only with a 15-mile radius of the winery

The Inn at Grace Winery

“Sui Generis”

The idea for the winery came about from the question, “What are you going to do with the old barn?  which was posed to us many times over the years. The answer varied depending on who was asked, but the winery concept always seemed to be part of the answer.
The name Grace Winery and the dragonfly logo are a tribute to proprietor Chris Le Vine’s sister Gracie, who owned Sweetwater Farm prior to Chris and his wife Vicki taking over the property in 1999.
Our state of the art winery now is housed in our 1750’s bank barn. The barn’s original purpose was as a malting barn to malt barley and other grains for distilled spirits. Over the years it was altered many times to be used for livestock, storage and parties. By the mid–2000s it was in disrepair. The renovations began in December 2008 and were completed in April 2010. All of the timber framing consists of mortise and tenon construction. A Great amount of detail was considered in the design, including sinks made from an original horse trough and a bar top fashioned from the original steps of Independence Hall.

“I find myself at the behest of Mother Nature as each vintage presents its own obstacles, but if I can make the best wine possible with what is offered I know our goals will be met.  That goal is our singular mission of uncompromising quality.  It takes consistent improvement and steadfast resolution, but our team never wavers.  It may not always be what is best in the short run, but I know it will be what keeps us thriving for years to come.”

-Andrew Yingst

Head Winemaker

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