Fun at the Winery
Rustic Succulent Box Workshop – Aug. 26 from 6:30 to 8 pm
Succulents + wine = perfect summer evening. Come plant and sip with us during this rustic succulent planter workshop. We will use a variety of succulents to create a beautiful rustic box centerpiece. $55/person includes all materials and instruction to help you create this planter, as well as a glass of Rose Bank wine. Tickets are limited…get them today. Buy tickets HERE!
Wood Sign & Wine Tasting – Sept. 15 from 1 to 4 pm
Celebrate the approach of fall with us and Rose Bank Winery while you paint your very own carved wood plank sign. You choose the perfect design for you: “Hello Fall”, “Rise & Grind” or “Wine Time”. All supplies and instruction will be provided. Multiple color choices available for lettering and use your own creativity to paint the attached pineapple or wine glass cutout. These may be hung (hardware provided) or left free standing. Each sign measures 24″ x 5.5″ and will arrive pre-carved. sanded and shellacked.
$55/person includes 5 wine pairings, 3 additional wine tastings, all supplies & instruction. Get your tickets today…sales end Sept. 7. Click HERE to buy tickets!
Succulent Pumpkin Workshop – Oct. 14 from 6:30 to 8 pm
Pumpkins + Succulents + Wine Tasting = best fall afternoon evah! In this workshop you’ll get to use real pumpkins along with live succulents to create your own beautiful centerpiece. We will show you how to properly arrange and display everything. Once the fall season is over you can transplant your succulents into a pot and keep them for years to come. Grab a friend, make it a day date, or come solo and meet new people. Cost is $45/person which includes a glass of Rose Bank Winery wine.
Tickets are non-refundable or transferable. You must be 21 to attend this event. Pre registration and pre payment are required to hold your spot. Click HERE for tickets!
Bucks County Wine Trail Harvest celebration – Oct. 12 & 13 from 11 am to 5 pm
Wine enthusiasts venturing out to the seven wineries that form the Bucks County Wine Trail can literally taste the fruit of the winemaker’s labor. Guests can sample a variety of award-winning, locally made wines and freshly pressed grape juices that have not yet fermented into wine as part of the annual Harvest Celebration.