‘Tis the Season…..

From our Twisted family to yours, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year!

The picture above is of our bottle tree at the winery. If you’ve not seen it yet, come take a peek. It is adorned with over 140 bottles and lights up our tasting room. We have been working hard at decorating for the season as well as organizing some exceptional new gifts for our shoppers. We have some gorgeous new wine caddies with matching wine glasses. These are one-of-a-kind pottery creations we found from a little store up in Oregon. They are very unique and would be perfect for that hard-to-buy-for person on your list.

We are also showcasing some delightful stocking-stuffer gift ideas. We have wonderfully scented soaps and candles by Cauldron Apothecary – owner Bennett Tholborn is a wine club member. We also have a tasty selection of BAM toffee. This is homemade by Cyndi Katzakian and she uses her treasured family recipe. It’s delicious!! Along with our traditional Twisted Barrel apparel and growlers, we also have some wine bottle Christmas gnomes that can dress up any bottle, (Marc says they look like members of ZZ Top). And of course, we have plenty of our ever-popular flavored popcorn by Costa’s Kettlecorn. 

As for the coming weeks, we will host our Christmas Open House the weekend of Dec. 16 and 17 from noon to 5 p.m. We will have some homemade Christmas treats and goodies to pair with your favorite glass of wine. We will also be offering 30% off all cases of Sparkling Brut, Rose, Symphony and Chardonnay that weekend. We hope you are able to stop by and share some Christmas cheer. 

Twisted Barrel will be closed December 18 through the first week of January to allow us to rack the wine, re-organize and run our bottling line. We will reopen January 5, 2024. We look forward to seeing everyone after the holidays. 

Again, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas. May you enjoy the season surrounded by family and friends. And as always, thank you for your support of Twisted Barrel Winery.

Denise Warmerdam
(Mom and Oma)