Sobremesa Pig Roast

Sunday, July 28, 2024

Announcing our Sobremesa Pig Roast
in partnership with La Tienda.

Featuring a whole pig from Peace Hill Farm, tapas and live flamenco music.

Sunday, July 28, 12-4pm, rain or shine, in the event center.

$55.00 per person.

Admission gets you roast pig and lots of different tapas.
Gauthier wines and sangria will be available for purchase.

Special price for Gauthier LRP Members $50.00 per person.

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Tickets will go fast; get yours now!

Live entertainment

Faith, the piano player, will be entertaining guests every 2nd and 4th Friday of July and August.

Hours of Operation

New Spring Hours:   
Wednesday and Thursday 11 to 5 PM
Friday 11 AM to 8 PM
Saturday and Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM


We are dog friendly. Your well-behaved, leashed pup is welcomed outside on our wrap-around porch, on the observation deck by the pizza oven and on our patios. We have ample outdoor lawn space where you can walk your pet. We ask that you clean up after them.

We do not allow dogs in the Tasting Room.

We do allow children on the premises. They must remain in your company (within arm’s reach) throughout your visit. Guests under the age of 21 are not permitted at the firepit due to safety concerns.

Guests under the age of 21 are not permitted in the tasting room.

No buses, shuttles, or limousines without prior reservations

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.

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Our Wines

Gauthier Vineyard offers a broad variety of fine Virginia wines.

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

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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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