Because of the cozy dimensions of our tasting rooms and state regulations, some of our wineries unfortunately cannot accommodate groups of 6 or more during regular business hours without notice. Group visits not only require extra space that may not be available, but extra staff and materials to serve their needs and to ensure that the visit be enjoyable for the group and our other guests. Depending on the winery, the size of your group, and the time or day you would like to visit, special consideration to accept a group may be given by
some individual wineries on a case by case basis, if special arrangements are obtained prior to your visit.This can be done by phoning ahead to the individual wineries well in advance of your proposed visit and securing reservations . Generally speaking, calls to make reservations should be made no later than two days prior to your proposed visit. The earlier you contact the wineries, the better your chances are of securing a reservation. In some cases a special visiting hour, and/or an extra fee may be required to accommodate a group.
Buses & Limousines. All proposed bus and limousine visits MUST be cleared with the individual wineries that you are hoping to visit in order to determine if they are able to accept the larger vehicle you wish to visit in.
Groups of 6 or more who visit without securing advance reservations may not be accommodated. This is especially true during special events, and busy Trail Events such as the Barrels on the Brandywine, Brandywine “Big Bang” BBQ, or the Harvest Festival.
All wineries accept bus and limousine visits with prior reservation.
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