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The Christmas Tree is UP and ready to be enjoyed at the winery tasting room. We wish everyone a wonderful holiday season – full of family and friends and delicious wine! We’re open Fridays 4-8pm and Saturdays/Sundays 11am – 6pm. CHEERS!
While the snow falls and blows, it remains warm and cozy inside Gauthier Vineyard’s tasting room. For those brave enough to attempt the travel, we remain open our normal operating hours of Friday 4-8 pm and Saturday/Sunday 11am-6pm. Enjoy this amazing winter show – and be careful out there!
It is believed that wearing a hat during the Kentucky Derby brings good luck to your horse or jockey and to your bets. From the fantastic to the sublime, there are no rules or limits regarding what you wear. In the clubhouse and paddock and at Gauthier Vineyard, women of grace and style will be sporting classy, fashionable styles or whimsical creations during Derby Day activities. Generally speaking, women wear wide-brimmed, “Southern Belle” inspired Kentucky Derby hats. The hats can be decorated simply or with Continue reading →
We will be introducing four new wines to include: Sparkling Riesling Gazebo Blanc (Viognier/Chardonnay blend) Petite Traminette 2014 Chambourcin Rose We are pleased to include these special wines on our tasting sheet selections – and look forward to sharing them with you!
We are pleased to announce Gauthier Vineyard Winery will be open Friday’s from 4 – 8 PM beginning 2 January 2015. This opening is called “Friday Nights with Mike” because Michael Reed will be directing sales and services during that timeframe. Michael is well known within the local winery scene as an expert in most things viticulture. He has volunteered countless hours at festivals and behind the counter for several Virginia wineries and, of course, has been studying and tasting and evaluating wine for decades. Continue reading →
In the basic sense, mulled wine is a form of tea. Spiced and heated wine was first recorded in Rome in the second century AD. As the Romans conquered land and traded, they spread their wine and recipes to all of Europe. There are versions from throughout the world, but the most familiar model calls for cinnamon and cloves or nutmeg in wine and served warm during cold weather months. In the Netherlands, mulled wine is known as bisschopswijn. The French call it vin chaud. Continue reading →
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Be sure to take a look at this great write up about Gauthier Vineyard by Brian Yost at The Virginia Grape!
Please join us to celebrate the Fourth of July tomorrow! We will be open from 11-6! Bring a Picnic and enjoy some delightful wine! If you want to make a day of visiting Wineries in our area Saude Creek Vineyards and New Kent Winery are also open for the 4th!!! Happy Fourth of July!