Since many of you frequent restaurants and other craft producers, you probably have already seen some form of “the rules”. The County and Alcoholic Beverage Control have released a web of regulations around our option to allow on-site wine consumption. Please understand these regulations vary if you are a bar, restaurant, brewery, or winery, are not always completely clear, and different companies will interpret and implement them somewhat differently.
So, here are “the rules”… 🙂
* On-site consumption is available at our outdoor seating.
* We are not readily able to move seating around or otherwise re-arrange the layout of our seating.
* There is no bar service. Guests must be seated at tables (no standing).
* At this point in time, we aren’t taking reservations. If a table is not available and you wish to wait for one, please do so outside at least six feet from any of our seated guests. If we start getting a lot of challenges with people waiting, we will start a reservation system.
* The entire party must be present before you are seated.
* Please allow at least 15 minutes after a party leaves to be seated at their table. This is to give us enough time to clean and disinfect the area.
* Masks must be worn except when you are seated at your table. You must wear them at all other times.
* Dogs are still welcome! However, please understand that leashes and other surfaces can carry Covid-19, so please don’t allow your dog to roam or invite people outside of your party to pet.
* Lastly, as usual, please practice social distancing (6 ft), wash hands or use sanitizer upon entry into the tasting room, and stay home if you are ill or have symptoms consistent with COVID-19.