Wineries and Vineyards


Whether you’re looking for something to do during a slow, casual Sunday drive, or you’re a connoisseur of fine wines, you won’t be disappointed at the variety of wineries and vineyards in the Farmington area. There has never been a better time to go visit a winery near you. All over the U.S., more wineries than ever are open and eager for you to drop by. Many of them plan special events during the summer and entire regions now are heavily promoting their wine trails.


  • If you go wine tasting, hire a car or have a designated driver. Chances are you will taste more wine than you expected to — those little tastes add up.
  • Focus on the smaller places. To feel the passion of wine and winemaking, it’s important to seek out the smaller places where you can really spend some quality time with the people behind the bar.
  • Have an answer to the question, “What kind of wine do you like?” Many people who aren’t totally comfortable with wine find it hard to answer on the spot. Think about saying something like, “I enjoy all kinds of wines. Which would you start with?”
  • Keep wines out of the hot car. The trunk is no place for your treasures.
 Cave Vineyard Chaumette Vineyard  Crown Valley Logo  Crown Valley Distellery
 charleville vineyard  Papa's Vineyard  Sand Creek Vineyard  St Francois Vineyard
 Twin Oaks Vineyard  Weingarten Vineyard