Only 90 minutes away down highway 44, the tasting room was easy to find.
|St. James Winery|
|Cases of Wine|
After the tasting, we were ready for some lunch, but St. James doesn't have a picnic area in the winery. Instead, they have teamed up with Public House Brewing and built a location right next door with a garden. I was disappointed that I couldn't bring in my own snacks, but their own menu is quite extensive.
|Pepperoni and Sausage Pizza|
|Public House Brewing beers|
After all the food and drink, we need to run around to digest. In the grass, there is an area for bocce ball, cornhole/bags, and GIANT CHESS.
|Giant Chessboard - Tony won as usual|
|Wine Tshirt from WineFolly.com|
St. James Winery = http://www.stjameswinery.com/
Public House Brewing = http://www.publichousebrewery.com/