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What You'll Get
Like hearts, wineglasses are fragile, full of goodness, and frequently broken. Live life to the brim with this Groupon.
$25 for Vineyard Tour and Wine Tasting for Four ($85 Value)
After visitors sip samples of three wines each during a wine tasting, they depart on a winery tour. Guests then retire to a private table on a deck that overlooks the estate’s vineyards to share a plate of cheese and fresh fruit.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2015. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 4 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 2 per visit. Reservation required; subject to availability. Tasting parties are weather dependent. Inclement weather may force rescheduling. Must be 21 or older. ATV seats 5; parties of 6 or more requires the use of 2 Groupons. For parties of 5 people, the additional person is a $10 charge to be paid upon arrival. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About LaVelle Vineyards
The accolades accorded several of LaVelle Vineyards' wines in the pages of Wine Enthusiast magazine serve as evidence of the diligent work of founder Doug LaVelle and his son, Matthew, who tends the vines today. After taking over the winery—then one of the oldest in Southern Willamette Valley—in 1994, Doug took it upon himself to make a number of improvements to its antiquated technology and distribution network. He started the wine club in 1995, and just recently opened a brand new wine bar and tap room off of International Way in Springfield called the LaVelle Tap Room. The tap room serves as an in-town location for wine club members, but also to provide a new wine-bar-meets-tap-room experience with more than 30 wines to choose from and several local beers on tap.
Doug's investments paid off. Today, with Matthew as lead winemaker, the winery ferments grapes both from its original Willamette Valley location and another site in the Columbia Valley in eastern Washington. At the rustic Elmira Winery, visitors can recline on the sunny deck, tour the winemaking facilities, or outsmart tipsy minotaurs in the garden's labyrinth.