Tasting and Tours at Dutch Henry
Current Release Tasting
This tasting takes place in our winery tasting room from 10 am to 4:30 pm, 7 days a week. To ensure that our guests enjoy the best experience possible, we ask that groups larger than 4 call ahead for an appointment. Guests may enjoy a tasting of 6 wines (a barrel sample is usually available) for a fee of $25. We also invite you to enjoy a complimentary sample of our estate grown olive oil during your visit. One tasting fee will be waived with each bottle purchase. Dutch Henry Club members taste free.
Tasting and Cave Tour
This tasting takes place in our winery tasting room and includes a tour of the winery/cave. Guests may enjoy a tasting of 6 wines (a barrel sample is usually available) for a fee of $35. We also invite you to enjoy a complimentary sample of our estate grown olive oil during your visit.To make a reservation email: email@example.com or call us toll free at 707-942-5771.
Reserve Tour & Tasting
Our Dutch Henry reserve tasting offers a special one on one opportunity to discover the inner workings of our small family owned winery. The tour includes a barrel sample, cave tour, and a private seated reserve tasting with cheese in our cave hospitality room. Orders can be placed during the tasting, and your wines will be conveniently shipped to your preferred destination. This one hour package is $50 per person and can accommodate up to 8 guests. To make a reservation email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us toll free at 707-942-5771.
Picnic & Bocce
Our picnic tables and bocce ball courts are available for use by our guests. We are happy to offer both of them for your enjoyment and space may be reserved on a first call basis. We require our guests to experience our Current Release Tasting while enjoying these amenities.
Dutch Henry winery is dog friendly. While Dogs are not allowed in the winery we are happy to set you up at a picnic table for a tasting. Leashes are encouraged and when possible a call ahead to alert our resident Airedales of pending four legged company.