Stutz originally purchased the winery in 1994 and closed it for six years to allow for reconstruction from buildings to vineyards. New vines were planted, including Maréchal Foch, Léon Millot, New York Muscat and L’sAcadie Blanc. There are 70 acres of vineyards, although only 30 acres are planted, producing 6,000 cases of wine.
As part of the weekend celebration, the winery’s restaurant, Le Caveau, will welcome guest chef Dennis Johnston of Fid Resto who, together with restaurant chef Jason Lynch, will create a four-course locally sourced meal, priced at $52.
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