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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.
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 Managers will assist you with membership.
Winter Hours – January thru March 2023
Beginning on Wednesday, January 3rd, we begin our Winter season. During the months of January, February and March, we add Wednesdays and Thursdays to our week. On those days we are open from noon until 4:00 PM. Wednesday and Thursday are great afternoons for group tastings by reservation.
We have come to appreciate the adverse impact of group tastings upon our patrons. The size of our wine tasting room is easily overwhelmed by large groups. In the Winter months (JAN-MAR) we add Wednesdays and Thursdays (Noon ‘til 4:00 PM) to our regular hours. We are accepting reservations for group wine tastings on those days. Group wine tastings are also available on Saturdays and Sundays. Any group of 10 or more requires reservations, and the last group tasting reservation available on Saturdays and Sundays is 1:00 PM.
As a family farm winery, we have welcomed children since our first day of operations in 2014. The vast majority of patrons who are accompanied by children are respectful of the serene atmosphere sought by other guests. Unhappily, we are encountering an increase in unsupervised children whose behavior is unacceptable to those around them. If you choose to bring children, they must remain in your company at all times. Due to a recent fire pit incident at Colonial Williamsburg, children are not permitted at the firepit………regrets.
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.