To many, the end of summer means the end of warm weather and lazy summer evenings on the patio. For Gervasi Vineyard (GV), the end of this summer means the introduction of new, unique and limited-run wine and spirits to help usher in the cooler days of fall.
GV will be offering a sweet new wine and two robust spirits this fall. All three products will be available to enjoy at any GV restaurant or for purchase to take home. (more…)
Gervasi Vineyard, located in Canton, is known for its Italian wines, gourmet meals, luxury hotel and old-world, Tuscan-inspired Villas suites. The winery resort has been recognized as an award-winning, premier destination for over a decade. For the past two years, the Gervasi team has devoted the same attention to detail and commitment to quality with the addition of its small batch spirits line and state-of-the-art distillery. (more…)
Spring is coming fast, and with the warmer weather, a nice cold beer would really hit the spot. The Still House at Gervasi Vineyard (GV) offers exceptional craft beer for beer fanatics seeking to satisfy their thirst.
In addition to being a coffeehouse, The Still House is a bar and cocktail lounge offering a full-on, tempting yet celestial experience. Enjoy signature Gervasi Spirits, craft cocktails, wine, and of course GV’s premier craft beers, served ice cold on tap or in a bottle. While visiting The Still House, listen to live music in the evenings (Wed – Sun) or indulge in a great cigar on The Sin Room patio located adjacent to The Still House. (more…)
From sweet to savory or even spicy, cocktails are subject to variation. But where did they start? Learn the stories behind three classic cocktail origins.
Designed for specific tastes, cocktails are created out of various circumstances. Learn the origins of three classics drinks: the Bloody Mary, the Martini, and the Old Fashioned. (more…)
Gervasi Vineyard has converted their distillery production from spirits to hand sanitizer. The distillery at The Still House has most of the ingredients and equipment—specifically, the ability to make grain alcohol—to produce this much-needed product during the pandemic. (more…)