Winery Tour Information and Guidelines

Winery Tour Information

1620 Winery Vintner Experience Guidelines

The Vintner experience was developed to give customers an inside look at how the winery operates and the basics of how wine is made. You will taste wine at various stages of the process as we go from stainless steel tanks to the barrel room filled with wines from different vintages, all housed in French or Hungarian oak.

When you exit the winery, you will be brought to an area within our function facility where you will be served a gourmet Charcuterie board and you will taste all six of our wines on-tap and finish with samples of our desert and/or port style wines.

The following is a list of do’s and don’ts for the Vintner Experience:

  • Please inform all participants NOT to wear white clothing. The barrel room tasting can get a bit messy and we cannot take responsibility for wine stains on clothing.
  • Please inform all participants to PLEASE not wear any perfume, cologne or scented lotions to the winery. They will not be permitted into the winery as these fumes are easily picked up by the wine in both the tanks and the barrels and can adversely affect the taste of the wine.
  • Please make sure that all participants arrive ten minutes before your scheduled tour time. We cannot hold the tour if your entire party is not here on time.
  • Please make sure that all participants are aware that the food they will receive is a Charcuterie board. This may consist of Italian meats, a variety of cheeses, olives, vegetables, nuts, sweets, honey, figs etc. There is no other food available for this particular experience. These are custom made by our executive chef for each tour and are fairly large. Each person gets their own board. So if Lunch or dinner is in your plans for the day of your tour, you may want to consider the timing as you will leave here full of food and wine.
  • All of the 1620 wines will be available for purchase at the end of your experience. Please see the attached list with prices and descriptions.
  • Please remember that this is a “tasting” This experience has a maximum time limit of 2 hours. Please be mindful of the time and proceed to either finish or dump each taste in a timely manner so we can move on to the next sample. You will taste many wines during this experience.

 

No Children or pets are allowed to accompany you during this visit.

Winery Tour Information and Guidelines

Winery Tour Information

1620 Winery Vintner Experience Guidelines

The Vintner experience was developed to give customers an inside look at how the winery operates and the basics of how wine is made. You will taste wine at various stages of the process as we go from stainless steel tanks to the barrel room filled with wines from different vintages, all housed in French or Hungarian oak.

When you exit the winery, you will be brought to an area within our function facility where you will be served a gourmet Charcuterie board and you will taste all six of our wines on-tap and finish with samples of our desert and/or port style wines.

The following is a list of do’s and don’ts for the Vintner Experience:

  • Please inform all participants NOT to wear white clothing. The barrel room tasting can get a bit messy and we cannot take responsibility for wine stains on clothing.
  • Please inform all participants to PLEASE not wear any perfume, cologne or scented lotions to the winery. They will not be permitted into the winery as these fumes are easily picked up by the wine in both the tanks and the barrels and can adversely affect the taste of the wine.
  • Please make sure that all participants arrive ten minutes before your scheduled tour time. We cannot hold the tour if your entire party is not here on time.
  • Please make sure that all participants are aware that the food they will receive is a Charcuterie board. This may consist of Italian meats, a variety of cheeses, olives, vegetables, nuts, sweets, honey, figs etc. There is no other food available for this particular experience. These are custom made by our executive chef for each tour and are fairly large. Each person gets their own board. So if Lunch or dinner is in your plans for the day of your tour, you may want to consider the timing as you will leave here full of food and wine.
  • All of the 1620 wines will be available for purchase at the end of your experience. Please see the attached list with prices and descriptions.
  • Please remember that this is a “tasting” This experience has a maximum time limit of 2 hours. Please be mindful of the time and proceed to either finish or dump each taste in a timely manner so we can move on to the next sample. You will taste many wines during this experience.

 

No Children or pets are allowed to accompany you during this visit.

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HOURS OF OPERATION

1620 WINERY AT CORDAGE PARK HOURS
Open for Weddings & Private Events
Open for Public Tours Wednesdays 4PM-7PM
Wine Order Pick-Ups Saturday Noon-2PM
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CONTACT INFORMATION

THE 1620 WINERY At Cordage Park:
55 Cordage Park, Plymouth MA
774-773-3550 events@1620winery.com

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HOURS OF OPERATION

WINE BAR HOURS:
Closed Monday and Tuesday
Wednesday: 4-10pm
Thursday: 4-10pm
Friday: 4-11pm
Saturday: 12noon -11pm
Sunday: 12noon – 9pm

WINERY HOURS
Wine tastings and tours by appointment only.

CONTACT INFORMATION

THE WINE BAR On The Waterfront:
170 Water Street, Plymouth MA
508-746-3532 events@1620winery.com

THE WINERY At Cordage Park:
49 Cordage Park Circle, Plymouth MA
508-746-3532 events@1620winery.com