Tasting Room Hours
Saturday & Sunday, 11am-5pm - (see below)
WILL BE OPEN FEB. 3-5 AND FEB. 10-12.
CLOSED FEBRUARY 13TH UNTIL APRIL 1ST.
Wine Tasting Fee:
You may choose to only sample 2 wines which is complimentary or 8 samples for $5.50 or taste them all (11-12 wines) for $8.50. We offer our logo glass for $3 plus tax so you do not need to pay for a glass you may not want or need.
Please join us for a tasting of our wines and self-guided tour of the vineyard during our regular business hours. If you plan on visiting with a group of 8 or more during regular business hours, please call ahead.
Private tastings and tours for groups on non-business days/hours by appointment.
Visiting with your dogs?
Visiting with your children?
Taylor Brooke Winery Annual Scholarship
Richard and Linda Auger, owners of Taylor Brooke Winery in Woodstock, CT have established an annual scholarship of $500 to be awarded to a graduating senior from Woodstock Academy.
Read the complete press release.
2014: Tess Hebert
2011: Lukas Almquist, Woodstock
2010: Jaqueline Kulig, Pomfret
2009: Jonathan Trudeau, Woodstock
2008: Johnny McCarthy, Pomfret
Tart on the front and dry on the finish, this wine is a must for Thanksgiving!
Come in out of the cold of winter and escape into a Mediterranean fantasy.
Please no dogs…read on…
In the past, we have allowed our guests to bring their dogs to the winery, on leash, outside only. We never allowed dogs inside the tasting room (except for service dogs). However, our insurance company will no longer allow us to continue this policy due to liability. Your dog may be the best trained and behaved, but there is no guarantee that all visiting dogs would be that well trained and we would hate to have dogs barking at each other, get into a fight or bite someone.
In addition, we have had several incidents of people NOT picking up after their dogs, which is totally unacceptable.
We hope that you understand our new policy, and that our winery dog, Addison, (and sometimes Georgia when it’s not busy) are the only dogs allowed on the property. You may keep your dog inside the car, but you will no longer be able to walk them on the property or sit on the patio with them.
Thank you for your understanding,
Linda & Dick