Endless Summer Wine - Vineyard & Winery

FAQs

FOOD AT THE WINERY

Q – Do you offer food at the winery?

A – YES! Every public event we have great food vendors, including all weekend music event, concerts, & special events. During these events we do not allow off premise food. Some of our preferred vendors who come out for these events as well as we recommend for our private events and weddings include: Feel Good Foods, Georgia Boy’s Famous Wings, Juan the Taco Man, & Carters Grocery Catering (The Best BBQ).

Q – Can we bring off premise food on non-event days?

A – Sure! We encourage people to come out and have picnic whenever there are no public events, or the property has not been rented for a private event like a wedding.

Q – Do you offer any food for sale when you do not have a public event, say Tuesday through Friday?

A – YES! We carry a nice line of Boars Head products and more! Here is our current menu:

Boars Head Cheeses, Meats, and More
Prices include tax
Club Crackers - $0.50
Sleeve of Crackers - $1.00
Box of Crackers - $2.50
Red Pepper Hummus & Pretzels - $5.00
Traditional Hummus & Pretzels - $5.00
White Bean Hummus - $6.00
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus - $6.00
Old Florida Chips $6.00
Jalapeno Havarti - $7.00
Vermont Yellow Cheddar - $7.00
Salami & Provolone Slices - $7.50
Sopressota - $7.50
Prosciutto & Mozzarella Roll – $8.75
Salsa or Chutney - $8.50
Macy’s Original Smoked Fish Dip - $12.00
Mrs. Peters Mermaid Fish Dip - $10.00
Cowgill Original Hot Sauce - $7.50
In addition we also carry snack like chips, crackers and candy bars.

OFF PREMISE BEVERAGES

Q - Can I bring any of my own beverages to the winery? Can I bring my own water to the winery?

A – Sorry we NEVER allow ANY off premise beverages, including water, or filled or non-clear beverage containers, at the winery. Nor do we allow any tailgating.  We have everything you may need in regards to beverages here, including FREE water if desired during events.

Regulations concerning alcohol are established by the State of Florida, not by our winery. Any alcohol, other than Summer Crush's, is STRICTLY PROHIBITED on the premises. Any guests found in violation will be asked to leave immediately.

CHILDREN AT THE WINERY

Q - Are children allowed at the winery for events?

A - We do not encourage or discourage children at the winery. That being said, we have, however, learned from several customers who are parents of young children that they have been more relaxed and enjoyed the event more when they were able to get away for an adult experience. We are an adult entertainment destination and are not designed for young children. So in the spirit of everyone being safe, especially the children, and everyone having a good time, we have developed some rules and recommendations if you choose to bring young well behaved children to our public events.

CHILDREN UNDER 12 RULES:

Children under 12 MUST:

1) Be well behaved and in the immediate accompanying supervision of an adult over 18 at all times.

2) Not run around unattended.

3) Keep their shoes on at all times.

4) Not Climb on anything, including: Tables, Bocce Ball Court, Fire Pits, trees, etc…

5) Are not allowed to be: on swings, on the dock, on the water’s edge or in the vineyard as there may be natural hazards such as snakes and spiders etc.., , in the vineyard, in the tasting room, around any fire pit and not play winery games without the accompanying supervision of an adult over 18.

These rules are for the safety and enjoyment of all of our patrons while at our winery, especially the safety of your children. If any of these above rules are not followed you may be asked to remove the child(children) from the premises.

If you choose to bring your child to an event, we recommend that you bring something to keep your child occupied, like a coloring book, small silent video game, or other activity that can keep them occupied.

Please also remember that we are an agritourism establishment with the inherent WARNING that comes with being in the country:

WARNING: Agritourism properties have inherent risks such as surface and subsurface conditions of the land, behavior of poisonous or dangerous insects or animals, and the ordinary dangers of structures and equipment. Visitors entering the property understand and accept these inherent risks.(Florida Statute 570.961 - Agritourism activity)

PETS

Q - Can I bring my pet to the winery?

A - Trial Pet Policy (We have so many people ask to bring their pet, so we are allowing pets on a trial basis with the following rules)

- ONLY very well behaved socially adapted dogs under 25 lbs are allowed.

- NO PETS ALLOWED IN PAVILION. If rain is predicted best not to bring your pet. If rain catches you while you are here, please stay at east end of pavilion during rain and be prepared to return to the outdoor patio seating when rain quits.

- No pets allowed for our concerts or evening events.

- If your pet misbehaves, be prepared to leave the winery immediately. BARKING OR FIGHTING PETS MUST LEAVE THE PREMISE IMMEDIATELY.

- Any doggie do do must be picked up immediately and put in the doggie waste can on the east end of the pavilion, NOT in the regular trash cans. There is a designated doggie walk/potty zone on the east side of the pond.

- If you wish to sit at a table with your pet, there is a Doggie area on the east side of the pavilion on the outdoor patio area with designated pet tables which have “Designated Pet Table” signs on them.

- No pets are allowed in the tasting room or in the pavilion, due to health department food service regulations (Other than CERTIFIED service dogs).

- Pets must be leashed at all times.

- Dogs and wine don’t mix. Do not give your pet any of our beverages.

- No dangerous breed dogs allowed. (Examples: Pit, Shepherd, Doberman, Bull Dog, Chow, Huskie, Kerr, etc...)

- Under all circumstance you agree to be 100% responsible and liable for your dog and its actions while here on our property.

If we find these rules are not being followed we will end the trial and return to our previous no pet policy.

CHAIRS AND SEATING

Q - I've never been to your winery before. Do I need to bring chairs?

A - You are welcome to bring your own folding chairs to set out under the Oaks trees on event day. We do have seating under the pavilion and picnic tables on the patio, and on the dock and usually our seating is enough for everyone.

RAIN

Q - What do you do iin the case of rain?

A - All our events are RAIN OR SHINE, as the pavilion has sides that can be pulled down and the band and food are all here Rain ir Shine as well. Many customers like rain days because they feel like they have their own personal little party. We do reserve the right, however, to cancel an event or ask everyone to leave if there is dangerous weather conditions approaching.

HANDICAP ACCESSIBILITY

Q - Are you wheel chair accessible?

A - Yes. The tasting Room, Pavilion are both Handicap Accessible, and we Handicap restroom facilities. In addition we have handicap parking for event days as well as on regular non-event days.

PLACE TO STAY CLOSE BY

Q - If we'd like to stay the night near the winery, is there a hotel you recommend close by?

A - Yes there is, we recommend the HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES WEST at the Ft. Pierce Turnpike/I-95 exit only 8 miles from the winery. In fact they are our host hotel and if you mention SUMMER CRUSH (formerly ENDLESS SUMMER) or the code ILESW you will recieve a 20-30% discounted rates, depending on the time of year and type of room you select. They can be reached at:

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Fort Pierce
7151 Okeechobee Rd.
Ft. Pierce, Florida 34945
hiexpressfp@gmail.com
www.hiexpress.com/fortpiercewest
P: 772-464-5000

Please let us know if there are any other questions you may have that are not answered above.