Gauthier Vineyard, LLC, is a family-owned working farm, equestrian center, vineyard and winery located in scenic New Kent County, Virginia near the intersection of the LaFayette and Washington-Rochambeau trails to Yorktown.


HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN! We’re in Phase 1 of the Re-Opening of Virginia! Beginning Friday, May 15, Gauthier Vineyard will again be allowed to offer seating – outside – to our patrons. There is ample seating for social distancing on the wrap-around porch, the observation deck and the patio overlooking the pond. Seating areas are also available to folks who bring a blanket or camp chairs and enjoy seating available on the lawn.

We are very bullish on America, and believe our best days are still ahead. To inject some lighthearted “Spirit” in the journey of recovery, we will be offering Neil Diamond’s “Cracklin’ Rosie”, AKA Gauthier Vineyard’s chilled Sparkling Rose at $10 a bottle during this summer’s return to the American Dream.

Under the Governor’s guidelines, only Bottle sales can be made - we are not permitted to pour glasses of wine. Come enjoy our wonderful pizzas (on Friday evenings and Saturday afternoons), Winter Haven Oysters on alternating 2nd and 4th Sundays, as well as Terra di Siena Tuscan-Style meats, cheeses and crackers. We also have the awesome wine slushies and sangria – cold and ready for drinking.

So, head on back to the winery and let us take care of you. No tastings will be available in the near term and social distancing must be observed as a condition for the winery to be opened for guests to stay on the property, but we can all do this together . . . . and have a great day!


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Wines

Our Wines

Gauthier Vineyard offers a broad variety of fine Virginia wines.

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Tastings

Tastings

The Gauthiers have sited and designed their tasting room to capture the features of their most memorable wine tasting experiences.

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History

The Farm

Mo and Sandi Gauthier purchased their “Fair Winds” farm in 2010. Like most ground in the county, the farm is rich in history. Local relic hunters have validated its service as a Civil War encampment for both Union and Confederate forces during the lengthy Peninsula Campaign.

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