Lucky Vines is set to reopen and here’s the best part; they’re releasing 3 new estate wines.


By SARA VANDEN BERGE

It’s been a long few months for Jeff and Kimberly Hutchins who suffered through the forced closure of their beloved Lucky Vines Vineyard & Winery located between Stephenville and Dublin.

But brighter days are ahead and they are arriving this Labor Day weekend.

Kimberly told Beneath the Surface News that the winery and tasting room are reopening with limited hours until business picks up.

That means you can bring some friends and enjoy a glass or three of their delicious wine and charcuterie and Mediterranean boards made with Veldhuizen cheese.

(Here’s a tip: the Mediterranean boards include Kimberly’s famous hummus made in-house.)

Lucky Vines will be open from 4-8 p.m. Friday and 2-8 p.m. Saturday.

They also plan to implement a reservation system so people can guarantee themselves a table inside and if you want to host a private event there, simply email info@luckyvines.com.

The patio at Lucky Vines.

NEW ESTATE WINES

Lucky Vines is also planning to introduce three new estate wines this weekend.

“We will be introducing the 2018 vintage Montepulciano, Tempranillo and Beginner’s Luck (a Syrah),” Kimberly said. “All three varietals were grown on our vineyard.”

There will also be live music by Tell Runyan from 4-7 p.m. Saturday.

With cooler temperatures ahead, spending part of your holiday weekend sipping wine sounds pretty nice.

See you there.

Drop me a line and let me know what you think.

Beneath the Surface News. sara@beneaththesurfacenews.com