Frequently Asked Questions
We ID anyone who looks 40 years old or younger. If you do not have a valid ID, even if you are over 21 we will not be able to serve you, so please bring your ID with you when visiting the winery.
Unfortunately, we are in located in a dry county and are unable to have any alcohol other than what is made by us on the property. We do have a nice selection of dry and sweet wines to choose from along with a cider and variety of non-alcoholic drinks.
We do not allow smoking on the pavilion, front porch or inside the tasting room, however you are allowed to smoke on other parts of the property. We just ask that you be courteous to others.
Crisp dry whites such as Pinot Gris & Chardonnay grow nicely here, which we grow, as well as hybrids grapes including Vidal Blanc, Chambourcin, St. Croix, Chardonelle, Marquette, Foch, and more! We have roughly 5 acres of vines on our property.
While we do not grow 100% of our grapes, we do make 100% of the wine here on site. We get grapes mostly from NC & CA on refrigerated trucks and then crush, press, ferment, bottle, label, etc. here.
We operate on a first come first serve basis and therefore do not take reservations. However, we do ask that larger parties (8 or more) let us know when they are coming to make sure we are adequately staffed.
We close early on Thanksgiving & Christmas Eve and are closed for the entirety of Thanksgiving & Christmas Day. We are open ALL OTHER HOLIDAYS!
Yes, we close on Tuesdays from December 1- May 15. The rest of our hours remain the same.
We are Monday through Saturday 12-6 and Sunday 1-5.
We have a wide selection of snack options including local cheeses, crackers, chocolates, peanuts, etc. Additionally the Eleven80 Food Truck is Open Friday-Sunday from May-October.