Located in the heart of wine country at Closson and Chase Road, you can find our iconic purple barn surrounded by over 30-acres of vineyard.
Drop in for a tasting or enjoy a glass of wine at Bantam, located beside the Purple Barn and overlooking our South Clos Vineyard. Indoor seating is available through the Winter months with additional seating outdoors when weather permits.
Please note that the largest group size we can accommodate is 6 guests. Groups of 7 or more may be seated at multiple tables.
For reservations and group bookings, please see below.
Looking for an exceptional experience? We’re pleased to offer three options for group reservations.
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Tours and Tastings at The Ridge
Available from May to October. Tour our winemaking facility just down the road from the purple barn. Finish your tour with a comparative tasting of our estate-grown wines. Suitable for groups of 1-16 people.View Details
Private Group Bookings
The Ridge is a bright, modern space with a commercial kitchen, wood fireplace, and private patio. Available for tastings, receptions, private dinners, and meetings. Suitable for groups of up to 40 people.View Details
Celebration Table in The Garden
Available from May to October, weather dependent. Enjoy our stunning botanical garden and vineyard views at a private harvest table set with seasonal decor. Suitable for groups of 8-16 people.View Details
'Place of Becoming' by Susan Low-Beer
We’ve partnered with Guildworks in Bloomfield to bring the captivating ‘Place of Becoming” installation from artist Susan Low-Beer to Closson Chase.
Susan Low-Beer has exhibited internationally in Europe, United States, Japan and Korea, as well as nationally in both juried and invitational exhibitions and has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards. In 1999 she received the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts and in 2000 was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
A postcard from the Knossos Palace in Crete, of a bull leaper, was the impetus for this work. Suspended by wire, in motion, the figures embody the quality of being independent of fate or necessity. The surface of each form, cells, blood, muscles, energy, convey the internal language of the body.
‘Place of Becoming’ is available to view in the Purple Barn from now until the end of the season.