Despite the name, don’t be worried about being spooked when you arrive at Graveyard Vineyards. The owners of this small family run winery are more than happy to welcome you to try their wines on the patio of their home, or step inside into the large kitchen if the weather outside is not to your liking. From their patio, you will enjoy panoramic views of the rolling hills and vineyards. If you choose to step inside, you will feel right at home and will have the opportunity to get a glimpse of their dining room, which they utilize for their winemaker dinners.
Graveyard Vineyards was named after the small graveyard on the property that is approximately 100 years old. Proprietors Rob and Paula purchased the property in 2003, and began bottling Graveyard Vineyard’s wines in 2006. Their property spans 81 acres with 11 of those acres planted with wine grapes. Graveyard Vineyards produces a number of single variety wines, but they are predominantly known for their blends, including their flagship wine, Paso Tombstone Red. This wine is non-vintage and a great everyday drinker.
In addition to the vineyards, Rob and Paula’s property includes an assortment of farm animals, as well as a stocked fishing pond. So be sure to bring your fishing pole as you just might catch a bass or catfish that you could enjoy for dinner along with a bottle of Graveyard Vineyards wine.