We understand different people have different levels of interest in how craft wine is produced. As a result we designed several types of tours at Fenn Valley. Keep reading to learn about each type of tour and select the one best suited to your group’s interests.
Geared more toward entertainment, and better for larger groups.
The standard tour includes a walkthrough of our production facility complete with limited wine sampling, a souvenir glass, and a glass of wine or hard cider at the end. During the tour the guide will highlight the winemaking process and explain the equipment and surroundings in our cellar.
This tour runs approximately 45 minutes in length.
Hosted by an experienced member of our staff, the content is designed for individuals and groups looking to dive pretty deeply into how grapes are grown and wine is made. Wines served tend to skew towards the drier side, though it is up to each guide to determine the profile and quantity of samples served.
Depending on the time of year and weather, the long tour takes place in our cellar, in the vineyard, or some combination of both. Vineyard tours are conducted using our famous “grape trains” giving guests great views of the vineyards during the tour. The extended tour includes multiple wine samples throughout, detailed descriptions of wine making and grape growing and plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
The extended tour lasts about an hour and 45 minutes, and involves wine tasting throughout to illustrate the various points being made.
During select times of year we also offer private vineyard or cellar tours. The cost for private tours is $200 for a group up to 10 people, and $20/person for additional guests. These tours can accommodate up to 16 people. Available tours are are sold on a first come first serve basis. If you are interested in a private tour, click here.