Fall in Love with Autumn @ White Silo Farm Winery

White Silo Farm located in the bucolic village of Sherman has organized some safe autumn fun for wine lovers. The tasting room is open and wine tastings are $10 per person and include a choice of four wines plus a taste of our Sangria. Visitors will be able to take home the vineyard’s wine glass that you used for your tasting. Glasses and bottles of wine may also be purchased to enjoy in the tasting room or on one of the outdoor terrace gardens. Of course, bottles may also be purchased to take home.

White Silo also offers cheese platters with homemade membrillo and mustard to enjoy with your wine. Gourmet picnic lunch boxes for $20 per person are available by advance reservation (24 hours’ notice required). The lunch box menu changes seasonally. Lunch boxes can include turkey and arugula with White Silo Mustard on 7-grain bread, Mediterranean quinoa salad, mini cheese plate, salted mixed nuts, and a chocolate caramel turtle bar. Please call the winery in advance to reserve lunch. Please do not bring your own food or beverages. In addition to picnic lunches, each weekend White Silo offers an assortment of cookies, scones, and pastries prepared by our chef. Come early Saturday and Sunday morning for a warm pastry and a cup of local organic Sacred Grounds coffee.

About White Silo
White Silo Farm is a small specialty winery. The wine is produced and bottled on premises from farm-grown fruit. In 1985, the family purchased a portion of the spectacular Upland Pastures dairy farm. Their intention was to continue the farming tradition and preserve the land for generations to come. They planted their first crop of raspberries, then blackberries and rhubarb. In 2000, they opened the winery. The dairy barn, built circa 1780. was renovated and converted to the wine tasting room and production area. In 2010, they planted their first grape vineyard and added additional grapevines in 2016.

Guests are invited to tour the original dairy barn where the winery is located. Visit the fermentation, bottling, and corking rooms. Walk the fields or relax in one of the outdoor gardens.

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