See more below to learn about all Boundary Breaks has to offer and to start planning your next visit.
No Reservation Needed
Join us for wine tasting any day of the week!
Wine tasting are available on a daily basic either as a seated experience on our spacious outdoor lawn and patio (weather permitting) or at our inside standing bar.
Enjoy a flight of wines, wine by the glass or by the bottle. A wine tasting includes a choice of 5 wines for $10, available 7-days a week from 11 AM- 5 PM.
All daily experiences are provided on a first-come, first-served basis, and you may experience some wait during high volume times of the season. We only accept groups of 6 or fewer, and we do not split groups.
Winter Wine Exploration Series
The Boundary Breaks Winter Wine Exploration Series is a wine-centric adventure to discover the unique elements and the construction of what is being poured into your glass.
Exploration will take place two weekends a month from January to March. Specific dates are listed below; sessions available at 11am and 2pm on Saturdays and 12pm on Sundays.
The series is by reservation only, reserved for 30 people per session for $25 per individual.
Use the link below to book your experience today!
January 28th and 29th-
Red, White, and Everything In-between; Ever wondered what *exactly* makes red and white wine different? Come find out. See if you can tell the difference between the two when you can’t look at them.
February 11th and 12th-
Blending Red Wines; You get a chance to make your own Bordeaux-style red blend. Compare it to the blends made by other participants. Here what others think about your blend.
February 25th and 26th-
Riesling from Around the World; Riesling, the most versatile white grape, is made in very different styles around the world. Get to know what makes an austere Clare Valley, Australian Riesling different from a weighty Alsatian Riesling.
March 11th and 12th-
Cabernet Franc from Around the World; Once considered to be mainly a “blending grape,” Cabernet Franc is fast becoming its own varietal. It is now grown and made all over the world, in both hot and cool climates.
March 25th and 26th-
Inexpensive Wine vs. Expensive Wine; We have you taste two samples of five different wines: one sample is from a box wine; the other is from a more expensive bottle ($35-$45/btl). Can you tell the difference? And which do you prefer?