Although Pinot Noir is a rising star at this winery, Iron Horse is still best-known for its sparkling wines that have been served at the White House since 1985. In fact, they were served during the White House Millennium celebrations, meaning the country toasted in a new century with Iron Horse. The end of the Cold War was also celebrated with Iron Horse during the historic U.S.- Russian Summit Meetings. Iron Horse has been chosen as one of Wine & Spirits magazine’s “Top Wineries of the Year” for seven years.
On Mondays at 10 a.m., winemaker David Munksgard offers a truck tour through the vineyards and a private tasting. Limit of four people, $50 per person.