Upcoming Winery and Ranch Events!

Barbecue, Wine and Line Dancing!

Save the Date!  June 21, 2024.  6-9 PM. 

Back by popular demand, after a wonderfully FUN event last year – we will have barbecue  from Coyote Sergio BBQ, cooked on site! Plus delicious Cooper-Garrod wine of course and Line Dancing!   Lessons and DJ, provided by the amazing Adam the Dancing Cowboy.  $75 / ticket includes dinner, non-alcoholic beverages, and dancing.  Wine will be available for purchase by the glass or bottle; Wine Club members will receive a complimentary glass of wine.  It’s a hoot!  Come join! 

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Music at the Winery

Our live-music season for 2024 will begin on Saturday afternoons in April!

June 8, 2-4 PM:  Casey Bogdon.  Casey sings a mix of Country and Pop Country. Her Nashville aspirations shine through when there is a guitar in her hands.  Her inspiration being from Tenille Townes, Ashley McBryde, with a bit of Taylor Swift.

June 15, 2-4 PM: Ren Geisick. Ren is a manifestation of her Americana roots that is decidedly personal yet universally relatable. Borrowing elements of jazz, blues, and country, Ren delivers heartfelt performances of original music and reimagined classics. Never one to remain confined by a single genre, Ren flows seamlessly from a carefree country shuffle to an introspective ballad. What remains consistent throughout is her intimate lyrical delivery and vibrant energy.

June 16, 2-4 PM: Paul Kent.  Paul plays heartfelt classic rock, country, pop and folk favorites – with occasional surprises of acoustic takes on new music – that provide audiences with reflections from great American artists across  genres and eras.  Some of the artists he covers are Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, John Mayer, Ryan Adams, Paul Simon and James Taylor.

June 22, 2-4 PM:  Chile Con Soul, featuring Steve Abrams, piano and Kevin DiNoto, drums and percussion.  Steve and Kevin perform an upbeat and infectious selection of Afro-Cuban rhythms, Latin jazz, salsa, Brazilian, New Orleans funk, hard bop and swing.  You’ll find your toes tapping and fingers snapping!  Their tunes feature compositions by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Horace Silver, Vince Guaraldi, Poncho Sanchez and Abdullah Ibrahim.

June 29, 2-4 PM: Junebug Bayer is a performance artist from Santa Cruz, California who specializes in folk-fusion fingerstyle guitar.   She also plays harmonica, autoharp, kazoo, trumpet, ukulele, and banjo.

Private Events

Do you need a space for your own private event?

We have three event spaces available, for small events (up to 32 people), medium events (up to 50 people) and large events (up to 90 people).  The small event space is our indoor historic Fruit House; this space is available both during business hours and after hours.  The medium space is our open-air, covered Cutting Shed space, outfitted with heaters and an outdoor bar.  This space is only available after hours (6-9 PM).   Our large space includes both the Cutting Shed and our Garden Patio; this space is only available after hours during the warmer months (6-9 PM, May-September).

Please note, we do not host weddings.

Fruit House (up to 32 guests if a standing event; up to 24 guests if a seated event): $600 for three hours use of space.  Indoor, heat/AC, a bar, and barrels for standing tables.  Can be booked both during business hours or after hours.

Cutting Shed (up to 50 guests): $750 for three hours use of space.  It is an open-air space that has a roof, electric and standing heaters, tables and chairs, and an outdoor bar.  Only available for private events after hours.

Garden Patio + Cutting Shed (up to 90 guests): $2,500 for three hours use of space.  Only available for private events after hours, between May-September.

Catering Options

We do not offer catering for private events.  Customers will need to arrange for any event catering and/or event rentals on their own.  We do have a list of preferred vendors that we have used before that we are happy to share.

Contact Us About Your Private Event

Please be in touch to learn more about each space and availability.  Please include the date you are interested in as well as the number of people expected for your event.

Certified Organic & Sustainable

Being a responsible steward of natural resources is a key practice in Cooper-Garrod farming and winemaking methods.

As a historic family business, we are especially vested in the sustainability of our winery and vineyards, with the goal of a continuing legacy for succeeding generations.

“Once you drink CG wine, you will be back. I promise you that. Family-owned and operated winery. An amazing vibe every time.”

– Amanda –

“Favorite winery I have ever been to. Their wine was excellent, their service was wonderful, and the atmosphere is quaint, yet beautiful. The rural feel reminds me of home. Can’t recommend this place enough.”

– Jake –

“Beautiful family-owned winery up in the hills! The patio is nice & shaded, and the tables are spread out for covid times. The employees are so kind & knowledgeable as well. Most importantly, the wine is delicious! We’ll definitely be back soon.”

– Carly –

“Pleasant afternoon in a most genial and accommodating environment sampling home produced wines. No pretence, the wines are good quality and very easy on the palate. Cheese, cured meat and varieties of crackers available to accompany the wine.”

– Lesley –

“We are members here and love coming up for a free tasting flight. It feels like you’ve left the city hundreds of miles behind and you’re out in the country, peaceful and quiet. In non-covid times we have put our kids on a trail ride with their horses while we enjoyed the tasting room. For now, the patio is open for tastings and on Sundays, lunch or nibbles, with masks and distancing. I enjoy their two vineyard red blends. All the wine blends have names related to the aviation industry.”

– Susan –