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…)
Gervasi Vineyard is in the process of procuring the necessary ingredients and packaging supplies for the production of hand sanitizer. The distillery at The Still House has most of the equipment and ingredients (specifically grain alcohol) to produce this much-needed product during the coronavirus pandemic. (more…)
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In Celebration of the Diamond Anniversary, The Bistro, Gervasi’s Cornerstone Restaurant, Gets Refreshed
Celebrating a decade of success and growth makes for an opportune time to hold a number of events and celebrations. Gervasi Vineyard’s Diamond Anniversary encompassed many special events including the introduction of new wines.
It is also a great time to give The Bistro a refreshing update. The Bistro is where it all started at Gervasi Vineyard (originally named Gervasi Vineyard & Italian Bistro). The 200-year-old barn was completely restored and renovated in 2009 to house a rustic, upscale Italian restaurant serving small and large plate portions and award-winning Gervasi wines, signature cocktails and premium spirits. The award-winning restaurant recently named one of America’s 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in 2019 by Open Table. (more…)
Reflections of Growth
Within one decade, Gervasi Vineyard has evolved from a family dream to a well-known destination for wine lovers, foodies, and couples seeking a romantic escape.
On March 16 the winery resort celebrates its 10th anniversary and the tremendous growth across the 55-acre estate. In the beginning, Gervasi was a small restaurant and winery housed in a restored barn, which has now grown to a large tourism destination featuring over 14 buildings. (more…)
Describe your experience at Gervasi over the years.
Starting with the Gervasi team in early 2009 to develop and commission the winery has truly been a rewarding experience. It has been a pleasure working with the Swaldo family as the operation evolved and adapted over the years in response to our community of customers. We planted five acres of vineyards that are currently focused on three grape varietals; Marquette, Frontenac Gris and Aromella. Our wine portfolio has grown from 7 wines in 2010 to 24 wines today that we bottle on site. Over our short history, our wines have received distinctions with gold and double gold medals, Ohio and Finger Lakes wine competitions “Best of Class”, The Ohio Department of Agriculture Director’s Choice Award for “Best of” and 2016 Ohio Winemaker of the Year. (more…)