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Kramer Vineyards

Kramer Vineyards
 
May 16, 2020 | Kramer Vineyards

Visiting Kramer Vineyards During Covid-19

Although our business has been temporarily disrupted, we are open regular hours for curbside pickup. We'll keep this page updated as the situation evolves; thank you for supporting small family wineries during this time.
 

I have wine to pick up. Can I do that? How?

Yes. Our tasting room is open for bottle sales and wine club pick ups 11 am to 5 pm, Thursdays – Mondays. There’s no need to make an appointment. The way our tasting room is situated, we can see incoming traffic. We’ll greet you on the patio in our ‘outdoor store’ and get you what you need.

Do you have a no contact pick up option?

Yes. Call us before you come up to make arrangements, or call us from the parking lot, and we’ll bring the wine to your vehicle. The tasting room number is (503) 662-4545.

Can I have my wine shipped?

Yes. Shipping is included on orders of $100 or more to OR, WA, and CA; and $150 or more to orders to the rest of the contiguous US where wine shipments are allowed.

Are you open for tasting?

Not yet. We want the tasting experience to be safe and relaxing for everyone. Between the tasting room remodel and the new rules, we still have some details to work out.

When will you be open for tasting again?

We’re tentatively planning to resume tasting service on June 4. When we reopen, the tasting experience will be a little different. Tastings will be seated and by appointment only. Groups are welcome, but please limit your party to 10 people.

Can we buy wine and drink it in the vineyard?

Not yet. We're at least two weeks out from having adequate guest seating for consumption onsite.

What about your summer events? Are the winemaker dinners still happening?

Sadly, our summer events are cancelled, including the winemaker dinners. With all the uncertainty about the next phase, anticipated crowd size restrictions, social distancing, and sanitation protocols, event planning is impractical.

Are you taking Harvest Host reservations?

Not right now. Non-essential travel is not allowed in Phase 1; overnight and non-essential trips, including recreational day trips should be avoided. Further, the state has stipulated that residents of a county that has not reopened are advised to refrain from making trips to counties that are open. 

How are you guys doing during through all this?

We’re just fine, all things considered! It’s very strange not getting to visit with our regular guests. But otherwise, there’s plenty of space and things to do on the farm! We are more concerned about your wellbeing and our community than we are for ourselves right now. Drink small, eat small, buy small, and we thank you for your support.

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