Housed in a 1912 dairy farm barn, Vint Hill has some interesting history: this is the building where in 1944 U.S. military intercepted the German encryption codes that started the end of World War II.
Vint Hill Craft Winery is now a place where would-be grape farmers can get some hands-on experience before taking the agricultural plunge.
A teaching and tasting bar upstairs overlooks the production facility, where private vintners (or small groups going in together) come and go, checking on their barrels or consulting with the in-house winemaker.
Vint Hill also makes its own wine, many with amusing labels that refer back to the building's clandestine history.
A shady outdoor courtyard offers extra space to hang out with a glass or bottle and a friend, ensconced at a picnic table or lolling in the grass.
Reservations required for groups of 8 or more. No outside food allowed in tasting room. Kids welcome; dogs welcome outside on leash.
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