Our hours change with the seasons


Enjoy a pasta dinner among the vines in an outdoor setting.

Hours of Operation

We are currently closed for the season. We will re-open May 10, 2018. See you then!
We’re Worth the Wait
Vino has become a popular destination and there can be a wait time of up to an hour or more. Even with a reservation, please know that there could be a wait time as we try to put tables together for your group. We will do the best we can to get all our guests seated in a timely manner. If you do experience a wait, we have plenty of options for you to pass the time:

  • Enjoy a glass of wine and take a stroll down the river, or through the vineyard
  • Sit by the gazebo with friends for lively conversation
  • Check out the offerings in our gift shop and the Farmers Market
  • Play a game of bean bag toss or ladder golf

When you come to Vino in the Valley, plan on a leisurely, relaxing experience! We want you to take your time and enjoy all that Vino in the Valley has to offer!

Reservation Policies for 2017
At Vino in the Valley, we are happy to take reservations for groups of 10 or more and only one reservation will be taken every half hour.  NOTE: No reservations necessary during “Christmas at Vino in the Valley” Weekends…just come, bring your family and enjoy.

Living Social Reminders
Our Living Social offers are only accepted at full value until its expiration date (although, after that date we will still honor your certificate for the amount paid). And remember, as stated in the rules on your certificate, only one offer per table or group (sorry, this will be strictly enforced).
Fall Festival: Swirl, Sip, Savor – Customer Appreciation Day
Take a “swirl” around our vineyard to enjoy the fall colors at their peak, “sip” away at our extensive selection of wine, and “savor” our Italian cuisine.  It’s our favorite day of the year, a chance for us to appreciate you.Hourly prizes, wine tastings, artisan vendors, and a few grand prizes to give away!
October Fall Family Weekends
The leaves have turned, the air is cooler, but there is still plenty of fun, food, and wine to be had at Vino in the Valley.  Some people say our great food and wine taste even better during the autumn season.  There’s only one way to find out if the rumors are true.Hayrides around the vineyard, Farmers Market featuring late season fruits and veggies, as well as honey, candies, jewelry and crafts from area artisans.  Saturdays and Sundays in October.
Christmas at Vino in the Valley
If you’ve ever visited Vino in the Valley at Christmastime, then you know it’s a little like walking into a Norman Rockwell painting. We wrap up the pavilion for the festivities and our heaters keep things nice and warm. Plan your Christmas outing with family and friends this December for Christmas at Vino in the Valley! Featuring our famous brick oven Pizza’s and Italian Nachos, free horse-drawn sleigh rides, visits with Santa, and cookie decorating for the kids. Visit Rush River Tree Farm and ‘Choose and cut’ your family’s fresh cut Christmas tree. 
See Happenings for information on events taking place at Vino in the Valley.






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