What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
$60 for one winery experience for two ($120 value)
$120 for one winery experience for four ($240 value)
$180 for one winery experience for six ($360 value)
- Winery tour with barrel tasting
- Flight of three Reserve wines
- Dinner, with choice of one soup or salad and one entree for each person from the dinner menu
Groups of up to 20 stroll through the barrel room and taste current oak-aged vintages as a winery expert discusses the property history and wines. Then, guests select three Reserve wines and sip 2.5-ounce samples of each and savor a soup or salad and one entree from the dinner menu, such as hangar steak or fried chicken. The experience is available on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 31, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required 1 week in advance. Limit of 20 people per group for any large party reservations. Valid on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chandler Hill Vineyards
Chandler Hill Vineyards' rolling, verdant rows of Norton, Chambourcin and Vignoles grapes and placid lakeside views offer visitors a quiet place to get away from it all. Built on land once owned by freed slave Joseph Chandler, the winery still retains the essence of the past. The 5,000-square-foot, lodge-like tasting room stands on the site of Chandler's modest cabin. Century-old artifacts discovered during the excavation, including a shotgun and a Hoveround, remain on display, and stones from the original foundation have been carefully repurposed. As candles in a wrought-iron fixture flicker overhead, guests here sip wines from Missouri and the West Coast and chat by a glowing fire in a large stone fireplace.
In its A-List 2010 feature, St. Louis Magazine said, "We’re fans of many regional wineries, but there’s something about Chandler Hill that feels a little more sophisticated, a little extra tucked-away." Thanks to its picturesque vineyards, 5,000-square-foot deck for warm-weather relaxation, and events such as live music performances, the secluded spot was named the Most Fun Winery on Ladue News's 2012 Platinum List.