Like most wineries, Paradise Hills has limited tasting hours and closes at 6PM. If you arrive before 5:15 PM, you can get in on the last tasting of the day. We will never rush you. BUT, please don't arrive five minutes before closing time and expect a walk-up tasting at the bar. It takes time to learn about our wines and enjoy a tasting.
Each winery has different hours for tastings. And some even have restaurants that can accommodate you and your group after 6PM. So survey each property's seasonal hours and offerings BEFORE your trip.
When you do arrive at Paradise Hills, please remember we are small family farm winery that aims to #makepeoplehappy, but there are limitations to what we can offer. We want everyone to have fun, so please treat your entry and visit like you would if you were invited into someone's house or home. Children should be under your control at all times. Pets are welcome on our wine patio but not inside our tasting room.
A tasting room is not a bar... it's for sampling. Many wineries offer seated tasting or a table at which you may enjoy a glass of wine, but first—taste the wines and decide what you would like to order by the glass, then move on to the designated area
Group tastings are welcome. We recommend that if you have a group of more than eight (8) tasters, you make reservations before traveling up, to allow preparation for your visit. Also, we offer a special Group Wine Flight for 8 or more. It includes a sample of all the PH wines as well as a souvenir wine glass. We cannot offer a la carte wine flights for larger groups.
We also urge everyone to do some "mapping research" way before hitting the limo or car. These are beautiful rural destinations off the main pathways that don't always match a Smartphone or GPS mapping service. Driving directions are on the paradisehillseresort.com website.