Experience the Vintage

of CT’s Quiet Corner

We at Taylor Brooke Winery and Taylor Brooke Brewery have always been committed to following cleaning and sanitizing protocols as outlined by ServeSafe which involves washing hands, cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and points of contact throughout the facility. During this time we are taking extra precautions by increasing the frequency of our sanitizing and cleaning procedures. It is our goal to do what we can to reduce exposure to COVID-19 for all of our staff and guests. We will be updating our protocols based on guidelines issued by the CT Department of Public Health.


Tasting Room is Currently Closed

Takeout is available with curbside pickup at our brewery:


Tasting Room & Vineyard

Wines may be purchased by the glass or by the bottle to be enjoyed on our patio, pavilion, or picnic tables overlooking the vineyard (excluding dessert wines and brandy – these you must take home to enjoy). We have locally produced cheeses and other snacks to enjoy during your visit, but guests are always welcome to bring their own food. If you’re looking to pick up some prepared foods for your picnic, we recommend Sweet Evalina’s Stand, Coriander Cafe, and Jessica Tuesday’s, to name a few.

Guests are invited to enjoy our small communal pavilion. Tables are not be be moved, but additional chairs may be added to your table.  Sharing tables and seating is often necessary, and sometimes required. All guests must leave the pavilion and grounds 1 hour past posted closing times, unless otherwise indicated. Due to space limitations, groups of 12 or more are not permitted on the pavilion.  No other alcohol other than TBW wine may be consumed on the property.  All bottles must be opened by a staff member per CT Law.

2 Samples


5 Samples


10 Samples




*Logo glasses are not included in the price of the tasting and are for sale at an additional cost of $3 plus sales tax.

Things to Know Before You Visit

Pet Policy

We love dogs, however, our insurance carrier prohibits any pets, including therapy, to be on the property, inside or outside. The only exception is our winery dog, Addison, and of course, ADA service dogs are always welcome!   We hope you will respect this policy.

If you bring a pet with you, we ask that you leave them in the car with the windows open–or your best bet is to leave your pets at home while you visit us.

Thank you for your understanding!

Bringing Children?

When you visit the vineyard, it is a great opportunity to show your children the grapes (please don’t eat them, we need them for the wine!) and talk about where our food (and in this case, drink) come from.

Please remember that wineries are an adult destination. For everyone’s safety, we ask that children not be allowed to run indoors. If your children are crying or yelling loudly, please be considerate of our other guests and bring them outside until they calm down.

When outside, children should be supervised by an adult at all times. For their safety, we ask that they not run in the parking lot or between the vines.  Also, please do not allow them to climb our tractors.