Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to make a reservation to visit during posted business hours?
Yes, the winery is currently open by reservation only.
Reservations are designed to accommodate customers during off-season months (November - March), outside of posted business hours (private events), and for parties of ten or more individuals.
To book a private event (2-6 individuals) please use the "Reservations" link below.
What should I expect at Kruze Rd Winery?
Our taproom is an outdoor tasting experience. Expect plenty of dirt, sunshine, critters, and farm noises from neighbors. There is no dress code. Please wear what you like; shorts, blue jeans, dresses, slacks, all are welcomed. Be advised, however, our grounds are not very high-heel friendly.
What can I expect at a wine tasting?
Every wine tasting at Kruze Rd Winery is unique in that you'll be served by the winemakers themselves! You'll be able to taste, chat about and unpack our various offerings, while we learn about your tastes and tailor the next round to you. We believe in making wine accessible to all and it's perfectly okay to use the adjectives you know to describe our wine.
If you want to unleash your inner wine enthusiast, we can guide you through the five "S"s of wine tasting: See, Swirl, Sniff, Sip, and Savor.
We want to promote an open environment for all. Steal a corner with your loved one, or chat our ear off about last night's game! So long as you come back for a second glass, we don't mind!
Can I order wine online?
Not currently. We believe wine tastes best when shared in the comfort of others. We are currently dedicated to building a local community of Kruze Rd Wine enthusiasts. If you can, we encourage you to come and visit us.