Updated: Jan 12
The Barlow is an upbeat marketplace for local artisans.
A converted industrial park that once processed apples.
Ample seating inside or outside on the patio.
Dog and Kid friendly.
Marvel at the 40 ft tall Radio Flyer wagon sculpture that hangs from the ceiling.
A focal point in the tasting room created by Von Saal.
Crushed red wagons to represent a stream of red wine.
Peruse the soil wall in the Soil Lounge to appreciate the influence of soil on the quality and taste of wine.
Open 12pm-6pm M & W-F, Closed Tuesday, Open Sat 11:00 am-6:00 pm
Signature Tasting: $20 pp, fee waived with 2 bottle purchase.
Wine & Cheese Tasting: $40 pp in the soil lounge, Appointment needed.
Cheese Plate: $20 per plate.
Terroir Tasting: sample 6 different Pinot Noirs from four Terroirs.
Single vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
Wine prices average $55 and up.
In 2011 James MacPhail sold his winery to the Napa Hess Collection.
James MacPail now owns and operates Tongue Dancer Wines.
MacPhail worked for Hess Collection since 2007, so MacPhail’s is in good hands.
Summer Barlow nights enjoy the music between MacPhail’s and Friedeman Wines.