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What You'll Get
$11 for a wine tasting package for two ($19.50 value)
- Wine tasting for two, including a pre-selected dry or sweet flight ($5 value)
- Two take-home Paper Moon glasses ($7 value)
- Small plate to share: cheese plate, ciabatta bread, or hummus basket ($7.50 value)
Hours of operation are Thursday-Saturday noon until 10 p.m. Live music Friday and Saturday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Sunday–Wednesday.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Hours of operation are Thursday-Saturday noon until 10pm. Live music Friday and Saturday 6pm to 9pm. Voucher not valid on Friday or Saturday nights past 7pm. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Paper Moon Vineyards
The Cawrses first opened a family business in 1946. It was a creamery, and became a thriving one, but over the years the family would tweak their focus and move cities. Two generations after the creamery first opened in Lorain, it had become a family-run winery in Amherst. Below, four highlights of that winery, Paper Moon Vineyards.
It's a way to get back to nature: The winery sits on 50 lush acres, planted with thousands of vines for all manner of grapes: vidal blanc, noiret, and chambourcin, to name a few.
The wines have a subtle nautical theme: Think "Sailor's Red" and "Message in a Bottle" (two dry reds) as well as "Lighthouse Cayuga White." It's perhaps inspired by Lake Erie, whose waters sparkle a stone's throw from the winery.
The tasting room is chic. The tables are, fittingly, made from oak barrels. Copper and stucco accents abound too, adding interest to the room in a subtler way than a mascot in a grape costume would.
You can sip your wine with food. The tasting room serves Italian-inspired dishes such as paninis, pizza, and ciabatta bread. They also serve cheese plates—what is wine without cheese?