Check out our 2022 Date Night offerings!
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.
Every fill-up of gasoline and every stop at the grocery store is a repeated shock to the family budget. Gauthier Vineyard will not participate in the run-up. We shall hold the line on our 2022 pricing the rest of this year. We are very grateful for your patronage. If you are interested in reducing what you pay for our wine by 20%, you just need to request membership in our Loyalty Rewards Program. See the details under the “Offerings” tab in the menu above. Our Tasting Room Manager, Barb Missen will assist you with membership.
Celebrating Beau’s 7th birthday
June is Beau’s 7th year as a member of our family. He has been a special gift, and as most of you know, the namesake of his own wine, “Sweet Beau”. Throughout the month of June, Beau will match every purchase of a bottle of “Sweet Beau” with a free bottle. Just purchase one bottle and ask for Beau’s matching bottle.
Date Night Update
Just a brief note of thanks to our loyal patrons. As of Saturday, June 4th, June has been sold out. As in past years, the June dinners will be our last until September when we will host our Annual Harvest Banquet in the Event Center. We will resume regular monthly dinners in October. We will keep you posted on Septembers’ Annual Harvest Dinner once we know when harvest will occur.
We want to thank all of our guests for their patience and for their voluntary compliance with extraordinary constraints placed upon their normal behavior during the COVID era. Due to your loyal patronage, we never closed. We never reduced staff. We took no taxpayer money from the Government. And, as always, we are remain very grateful for your business.
Lastly, we have learned that denying service to customers who have been over-served upon arrival begets retribution in the form of negative ratings. We have a legal and moral obligation to deny service when a guest has consumed too much. It is a judgement call we take very seriously and without apology.