We look forward to spending time with you both at the winery and at various festivals and events throughout the year. All events at the winery are rain or shine and most require advance ticket purchases. Lawn furniture and/or blankets are welcome and suggested. VA Law prohibits patrons from bringing alcohol onto our property. While you are welcome to bring picnic items and non-alcoholic drinks to our events, please leave your alcoholic beverages at home.
At The Winery
MERROIR & TERROIR ~ OYSTER EXTRAVAGANZA
Saturday, November 11 | 4 to 8pm
No two things taste more like their place than wine and oysters. Join us to celebrate the Eastern Shore’s distinct viticulture and aquaculture offerings and tout the hyper-local benefits of growing grapes within steps of some of the best aqua farming in the country.
Tickets include a raw bar tasting of six different Eastern Shore oysters (grown from the Chesapeake Bayside to the Atlantic Seaside's Barrier Islands), unlimited roasted oysters, Eastern Shore-style clam chowder, and a glass of Church Creek wine of your choice. There will be acoustic music and limited seating available on a first come, first serve basis. Lawn furniture or portable tables and chairs are permitted.
$50/person | ORDER TICKETS
Special Events & Festivals
OPERA IN THE PARK
Saturday, September 9 | 6 to 10pm
Enjoy Virginia Opera artists in your bermudas and flip flops as they sing popular arias and favorite Broadway melodies under the stars. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and listen to the most beautiful music in a laid back waterfront setting. Creative culinary cuisines and adult beverages prepared by local gourmet artisians will be available for purchase throughout the evening or guests may bring their own picnic baskets.
Town Point Park opens at 6pm for picnicing, the performance begins at 7:30pm | Event Website
CHURCH CREEK CLUB: HARVEST PARTY & WINE PICK-UP
Friday, September 15 | 4 to 6 pm
We welcome our Church Creek Club members for a special Harvest Party to celebrate the season. Wine and cheese will be served.
TOWN POINT VIRGINIA FALL WINE FESTIVAL
Saturday, October 21 - October 22, 2017 | 11am to 6pm
Experience Hampton Roads’ most anticipated Wine Festival of the fall season along the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront. Wine Enthusiast Magazine has named Virginia one of the 10 best wine travel destinations in the world! This year’s fall favorite will showcase more than 30 wineries with over 200 of the Commonwealth’s finest wine varieties.
Festival guests can enjoy the company of friends and family along the Elizabeth River for a weekend-long harvest of Virginia wineries in Town Point Park. Budding sommeliers and everyday enthusiasts can sample and purchase premier wine vintages and enjoy live musical performances, along with gourmet foods and specialty wares.
ARTISANS GUILD OPEN STUDIO & VINEYARD TOUR
Friday, November 24 - November 25, 2017 | 12noon to 5pm
The Eastern Shore Artisans Guild will hold its 15th Annual Holiday Tour on Friday and Saturday, November 24 and 25 from 12 to 5pm. This is a free, self-directed and self-driven tour. There are thirteen stops off Rt. 13 in Accomack and Northampton counties, stretching from Cape Charles in the south to Onancock in the north. The stops include nine artisan and art studios, two historical buildings, an alpaca farm, and Chatham Vineyards.
We will be serving a raw bar selection of Eastern Shore oysters on both Friday and Saturday, 12 to 5pm. A glass of wine and a half dozen oysters will be $15. This is a special offer for the Artisan's Guild weekend.
Visitors on the tour will discover a wide variety of high quality items, most of which are one-of-a-kind pieces. Jewelry, decoys, wildlife carvings, ceramics, art quilts, pottery, metal sculptures, wearable fiber, Windsor chairs, oil and watercolor paintings and more will be found at the various stops on the tour.
The work created by ESAG artisans is inspired by the unique beauty and history of Virginia’s Eastern Shore, and most incorporate materials found or produced locally. ESAG members are dedicated to promoting and preserving the rich artistic heritage of the area. Light refreshments will be available at most stops.