Frequently Asked Questions

How can I make a reservation?

Because our tasting rooms are first come first serve, we recommend that you make a guided tasting reservation ahead of your visit. This way, we can guarantee that a house sommelier will be available for your tasting.

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Do you offer private event bookings?

Yes, we currently offer private event bookings at both locations. Our Downtown Easton, PA wine bar is an intimate space that can hold about 30 people for smaller events, while our rural Andreas, PA location is great for large gatherings.

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Do you offer food at your locations?

At both locations, we offer elevated cheese plates to go with your tastings, but you can bring in outside food if you would like (when a food truck is not present). In Andreas, on Saturdays and Sundays, we partner with local food trucks to offer diverse food options. Check our events calendar to see who is parked at the winery this week.

Food Truck Schedule

When is Happy Hour?

In Andreas, Beast Hour is Fridays 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM. Enjoy $10 off the cheese board and bottle combo and two dollars off all wines.

In Easton, Beast Hour is 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM on Friday and 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM on Saturdays. Specials vary. Ask our house sommeliers about Friday Night Flights

What should I know before I visit?

  • No outside alcohol is permitted anywhere on our premises.
  • As we have very limited space, groups of more than 6 people reservations are highly recommended. Absolutely no tour busses without prior arrangement so that we can guarantee seating and a personalized experience.
  • We are only licensed to sell our own products for take out. We cannot sell local beer to go.
  • Children and well behaved pets are welcome at the winehouse. However, for the safety and comfort of both guests and staff, we ask that:
  1. Pets be well behaved and leashed at all times.
  2. Children have a guardian with them at all times. Children are not permitted to run or crawl through the tasting room or throughout the property to avoid possibility of injury.
  • By law we cannot sell our beverages to any customer who appears to be visibly intoxicated, even if that customer has a designated driver.