Tour Schedule: Tours will begin every hour (12pm - 1pm - 2pm)
Location: Meet at The Crush House Tasting Bar
Duration: Approximately 30 minutes
Join Gervasi's Wine Steward, Abraham McCune, and Joel Waggoner of Waggoner Chocolates, to explore how wine and chocolate pair together. Taste Gervasi wines and a selection of chocolates from around the world!
Explore the following pairings with Abraham and Joel...
Forastero/Criollo Chocolate Blend paired with Dolcetto
Hawaiian Dark Chocolate paired with Zin Zin
Dark West African Chocolate Blend paired with Nebbiolo
White Chocolate Covered Strawberries paired with Romanza
$15 per person
Price Includes Admission, Tastings of Wine and Chocolate, Service Charge (Applicable Taxes are Additional)
Limited Availability. Tickets are Non-Refundable.
Friends, as spring approaches there will be a lot of road construction taking place on 55th St NE that will affect how traffic will flow to and from Gervasi Vineyard. The City of Canton, Ohio and Stark County Engineers have been very helpful in keeping us informed of this upcoming, much needed project. The first phase begins next week (March 10th) and will last until approximately mid-April:
55th St NE will CLOSE between Plain Center and the Gervasi entrance Drive REQUIRING A DETOUR TO APPROACH FROM THE EAST SIDE
MON-THURS 55th St NE will be CLOSED.
FRI-SUN 1 Lane TO Gervasi from Plain Center MAY be open.
DETOUR – Market North to Schneider, East on Schneider, South on Firestone, then West on 55th to GV. DETOUR signs WILL be clearly posted.
Obviously this schedule is very tentative and subject to Mother Nature's cooperation! If you plan to visit Gervasi Vineyard during this time please keep the possibility of a detour in mind and plan accordingly. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience and thank you.
The link below will provide updates regarding road closures and detours.
Tour departs from the Crush House. Guests are encouraged to dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. Tour will last approximately one hour.
Join Vineyard Manager Brian Gregory for a late-winter nature hike through our South Vineyard.
Far from being a desolate time in the vineyard, Winter is the season when some of the most important work of the year takes place, when last year’s canes are pruned from frost kissed grapevines, and then examined to project the potential fruitfulness of this year’s anticipated crop.
Guests will learn about the six carefully selected grape varieties Gervasi is nurturing in our estate vineyard, and discover the “secrets” the silent winter vineyard holds. As we make our way across our historic farm property, we will also be on the lookout for signs from critters and plants in our landscape about what kind of spring we can expect.