We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our Aimeé Reneé Rosé! Please take a look at the following article to read more about Rosé and the process used to make it. http://www.gauthiervineyard.com/wine/rose
Please take a look at this wonderful write up about Gauthier Vineyard on Jess’ s blog. https://jess-hagadorn.squarespace.com/blog/2014/3/10/gauthier-vineyard-in-new-kent-county
Here is a very nice review of Gauthier Vineyard by Scott on the Virginia Wineries blog: http://virginiawineries.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/gauthier-vineyard/
We wish to congratulate The Williamsburg Winery for winning the prestigious Virginia Governors Cup. Their Adagio took the top honor under scrutiny from 40 world class judges and a field of more than 400 Virginia wines. Read more about the honor here.
Wonderful coverage of the Winery at The Daily Press, The Virginia Gazette, and Tidewater Review. We are just overwhelmed with the positive coverage 🙂
Thank you to Alt Daily for the wonderful review of their experience at Gauthier Vineyard this past weekend, Many thanks to Taste Tidewater Tours for bringing their group this past weekend! Please take a look at the article on Alt Daily!!
We want to thank all who visited us on our opening week-end. We had a wonderful turn-out, and are deeply grateful for all the compliments. We launched this venture with the intent of expanding our circle of friends, and our expectations are being greatly exceeded. We went from ice on our farm road on Saturday to a grand thaw and mud on Sunday. This past year has brought more precipitation than most New Kent citizens can remember. In spite of the continued rains this week, Continue reading →
We are pleased to announce the opening of Gauthier Vineyard’s Winery on February 1st 2014. The one lane, winding colonial farm road from Farmer’s Drive leading to the tasting room provides a lovely view of the land and affords fleeting views of the many wild critters we share the property with – bald eagles, golden eagles, wild geese, kingfishers, herons, deer, foxes, rabbits, ground hogs, turtles, beaver and squirrels. Please drive slowly and remain alert for oncoming traffic around the blind bends. A century-old pond Continue reading →