The RoxyAnn Winery estate has been owned and operated by a single family since 1908. There are currently over 120 acres of planted vineyards and pear orchards, with almost 70 acres of dedicated vineyard land that are used solely to create over 15,000 cases of award-winning wine, including Claret, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sauvignon Blanc.
Their Tasting Room, The Honor Barn, was built as part of the original property in 1900 and has earned a place on National Register of Historic Places - NPS along with 10 other structures still on the property. The Honor Barn earned its name from the local community who purchased their fresh peaches, pears, and apples and left their money in the “honor box” to pay. The honor system is still very much alive and well at RoxyAnn where every year Hillcrest Fruit can still be found for sale right outside the doors of the Tasting Room.
Every Friday and Sunday they have live music at the winery many times with special food menu’s from outside vendors. So whether you’re looking to enjoy some live music, bring the kids to a family-friendly environment, or visit our tasting room to try some new wines, add a visit to RoxyAnn Winery to your travel itinerary.
Get directions at RoxyAnn.com.