With Governor Abbott’s recent announcement reopening bars at 50% capacity on October 14th, 2020, we wanted to address how Narrow Path plans on returning to normal business. Our priority remains to provide an exceptional experience and service every time you visit. To ensure this priority we have implemented new policy changes to our house rules.
These policy changes are made in response to the new environment and regulations in which we do business. Limits on our capacity, service areas, individual group size, and amount of wine we are allowed to sell (and how we sell it) have forced us to modify the way we run our tasting rooms.
Narrow Path wines pair nicely with our surroundings and good friends. The minimum purchase per guest is a tasting, glass, or bottle of wine. Our stunning new tasting room and beautiful views create an unforgettable setting to enjoy our wine. We promise you won’t be disappointed.
Our winery caters towards an adult setting and we work hard to achieve that environment. For this reason, anyone under the age of 18 is not allowed in the tasting room. Anyone under the age of 21 must be accompanied at all times. Due to capacity limitations, minors are not allowed on premise on Saturdays or Sundays. During our weekday operating hours, young children must be kept near their guardian at all times for their own safety and to not be disruptive to any other guest.
Only service animals, as defined in Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 437, Section 437.023. are permitted in the Winery and Vineyard Tasting Room in Stonewall or in our Main Street Tasting Room in Fredericksburg. Well behaved and short leashed pets are welcome to accompany their owners during our weekday operating hours. Pets are not allowed on premise Saturdays and Sundays.
We have an excellent working relationship with many tour groups who will work to schedule a fantastic experience with us on your behalf. If you choose to not utilize one of these tour companies and want to bring in a group of six or more, please schedule a reservation so we can better facilitate your needs. We encourage groups celebrating special occasions to wear appropriate attire; party paraphernalia is prohibited.
If you are inerested in hosting your next private event at Narrow Path Winery, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for prices and availability
Our wine pairs excellently with many dishes. We have a specially curated plates available for purchase while tasting, enjoying a glass, or bottle of wine. Ice chests, picnic baskets, and/or outside food are not allowed on premise. The consumption of any outside alcoholic beverages is prohibited.
Narrow Path Winery and Vineyard is a tobacco and vape free area.
Ensuring your safety during your visit is a primary concern. We ask that you watch your step. Narrow Path is constantly expanding, and the landscape may not be the same as when you last visited us. Please walk around carefully and stay within property barriers. Outdoor recreational equipment (balls, frisbees, etc.) are prohibited.
Refusal of Service
We take pride in complying with Texas Law and regulations at all times. We have the right to refuse service to intoxicated guests and any group of an intoxicated guest. Enjoy our wines responsibly.