2019 Red Bottling 1

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

In this first shift on bottling day, we’ll be bottling about 30 cases total of these two wines. We’ll have some best practices we’ve gleaned from our previous bottlings, so while we’ll have a skeleton crew, hopefully it won’t take too long. I’m thinking one person each:

  • prepping bottles for bottler; cleaning corked bottles and hefting upstairs
  • running the bottler
  • corking
  • putting on main labels upstairs
  • putting on top labels upstairs

“Upstairs” might also be outside. Please indicate in the comments if you can come a little early to help set up – I need 1 person.

  • Need 5 people total (including Matt)
  • Assume 2.5-3 hours of bottling mania
  • Bring a mask you’re comfortable wearing for that long
  • Bring rubber boots and clothing you can get a little winey

COVID-19 NOTE: to stay as safe as possible, we’ll try our best to follow established guidelines: wear masks throughout; try to stay 6′ apart whenever possible; use as few people as possible; require anyone with a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or sudden loss of sense of smell, to stay home. We’ll keep the back door open for a little air circulation. Still, there are no guarantees: if you have any reservations (totally understandable), please don’t sign up for this event.


This event is fully booked.

  • Matt Giraud
  • Jeremy Appleton
  • Susan Schin
  • Trey Lackey
  • Mark Verna

COVID-19 NOTE: Vaccinated or not, if you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or sudden loss of sense of smell, PLEASE STAY HOME.

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