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Limousines, Buses and Groups of 6 or more

We offer a $6/person Tasting Package Deal for Groups of 6 or more, especially limo and bus wine tasting tours!

Everyone gets:

  • 4 tastings `
  • Keepsake wine glass
  • 10% off any wine purchase

Reservations are available Monday - Saturday from 10 AM until 3:30 PM, Sunday Noon until 3:30 PM. Absolutely no buses or limos are admitted after 4 PM. Please make your reservation online or call the winery to be placed on our list. Groups with reservations will be given preference.

Call us or make your reservations online. Please note: 48 hour cancellation notice required.

Bachelorette Parties: Please call ahead if you know when you are coming to assure t he best possible experience.

Non- alcoholic beverages always available to those under 21.

Please note that open container laws DO apply to our winery. We appreciate them kept inside your limo,bus or car as they are not allowed on the grounds or inside of the winery. Laws do NOT permit us to open your bottle of wine.

The Winery at Marjim Manor - Visitor Guidelines

As we have been open for more years, the number of visitors, including those
arriving by limos and buses, has increased. In order to ensure everyone has a
pleasant, enjoyable and safe experience, the Winery at Marjim Manor has
adopted the following policy guidelines applicable to all visitors.

In accordance with New York State law it is ILLEGAL for a winery to serve
alcohol to anyone less than 21 years of age or to anyone who appears to be
intoxicated. Likewise, it is UNLAWFUL for visitors to bring any alcoholic
beverages, including wine, onto Winery premises. Visitors may be asked to show
proof of their age.

Individuals, groups or members of a group, exhibiting any unlawful behavior or
any anti-social behavior will be asked to leave the winery premises with no
refund of paid tasting fees. Unlawful behavior includes, but is not limited
to, intoxication, theft, use of illegal drugs, excessive profanity, indecent
exposure, urination in public, violation of New York State's open container
laws, and littering.

To assure that your group has the best winery experience possible, there
are the answers to the FAQs.

  1. What are the tasting fees? $6/per person. You receive a keepsake wine glass, the tasting and 10% off your wine purchase that day.
  2. Are reservations required? Yes.
  3. What are the hours the winery can accommodate large groups? Daily 10 AM-4 PM; Sundays noon-4 PM. Reservations are available Monday- Saturday from 10 AM until 3:30 PM, Sunday Noon until 3:30 PM. Absolutely no buses or limos are admitted after 4 PM. Please make your reservation online or call the winery to be placed on our list. Groups with reservations will be given preference.
  4. Is "party paraphernalia" (wine glasses, food, balloons, straws etc) allowed? No.
  5. What if we are running late? Please call to let us know. Other groups have reservations, especially Saturday afternoon.
  6. Will we hear the ghost story? We do our best to tell the ghost story at
    each tasting. However, during very busy times, we may not be able to do so. When you make your reservation, we can let you know if we anticipate many groups and if we will be able to tell the story.

Please read the Niagara Wine Trail Visitor Guidelines.

Please read the Niagara Wine Trail Limo Policy Handbook.

As more wineries open along the Niagara Wine Trail, chauffeured Wine Tours are becoming more popular. Therefore, the members of the Niagara Wine Trail have created a "Limo Policy Handbook."

Limo Policy Handbook The handbook provides a myriad of information. There is a list of guidelines explaining what to expect when you do a wine tasting. With many people choosing the Niagara Wine trail as their first wine tasting experience, these guidelines help prepare visitors. Also, each winery has its own section. The basic information such as hours and tasting fees is available. Most of the wineries added information about their wines and other unique aspects of their facility.

Whether you have visited the trail or are making your first foray into the world of wine tasting, this guidebook has the information you need to make your day fun and successful. If you have other questions, feel free to contact any of the wineries along the trail. Their phone numbers and email addresses are on the Niagara Wine Trail Website.

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