While we remain in Phase-2, Raffaldini is open during our normal business hours : Wednesday-Saturday 11am to 5pm & Sunday 12pm to 5pm and Monday 11 am to 5 pm. The safety of our staff and our guests is our priority. We have implemented enhanced procedures to ensure your safety and enjoyment. We ask for your patience and understanding in these unusual times.
Raffaldini has limited its onsite seating. So our onsite seating is subject to availability. We kindly ask that you limit your time at our onsite seating to a maximum of two hours.
To accommodate additional guests and for those who wish to stay with us for longer than two hours, we invite you to bring your own chairs, picnic blankets, and shade.
The safety of our staff and our guests is our priority and we will be adhering to the following policies at this time until further notice:
All guests must be 21 years of age or older.
We will be offering bottle sales, glass sales, and flights only.
Our capacity is limited by local regulations.
All tables inside and outside will be spaced 6+ feet apart.
We will be seating our guests at outside tables only on the Villa balcony, Piazza and Fattoria deck.
All staff will be wearing face masks.
Guests must wear face masks at all times when not seated and when entering all buildings.
High-touch spots and the bathrooms will be sanitized frequently.
Hand sanitation stations will be available to guests.
No groups larger than 6 guests are permitted.
No Vineyard Tours, although guests may enter the vines on their own.
Please no cash; credit cards or Apple Pay only.
When temperatures dipped below freezing in mid-May, the grapes at Raffaldini Vineyards were in serious jeopardy. The only way to try to save the vines against such a late-season freeze was to try to warm them with fires, coat the vines with water, or get air movement by using a helicopter. Owner Jay Raffaldini chose the fire method, so crews worked for about 12 hours, fanning the flames in an effort to save the grapes. Raffaldini says they’ve had late frosts in the past, but none as late as this year’s freeze.
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