Our Vineryard and Winery

At the winery, we taste and we talk. Often a dialog or tête-à-tête, sometimes a discourse or an oration, and, occasionally, a debate. Not always about wine; maybe the good old days, the Old Country, grandchildren… Understanding an unfamiliar wine is the first step to its appreciation and enjoyment. Take it home and share, we would love that.

No tasting fees, signs, or rules in general, save one: respect.

As respite for the quiet folk, we also offer wine by the glass and cheese platters and other simple fare. Though legal, we will not uncork a bottle for consumption on premises.

Please note that we do not allow limos, buses, vans or other commercial vehicles at any time, for any reason.
Also, we do not host bachelor/bachelorette parties or any private functions at this location.


Our home location is located in Kresgeville, but our physical address is now in Kunkletown according to the new 911 address changes. We think they must consider Kunkletown a state of mind rather than a place, as it's technically 5 minutes down the road from us. We are located on Keller Road, right around the corner from where it intersects with Whitey B. Road. You'll see our sign next to a big red driveway. Feel free to call us if you're lost.
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The seating area for our antipasteria. /

The Antipasteria

Wine pairs best with warm conversation and good food. This philosophy led us to open the Antipasteria at our vineyard. Enjoy wine by the glass, antipasto plates, home-made soup by our very own Grandma Millie, and baked goods.

Our selection of nuts, cheeses, olives, and fruits have been chosen to play off one another and our wines. Artisan crackers are included to refresh the palette (or to make little cheese sandwiches if you’re one of those kinds of people). (Click here for more info...)

Things To Do

Our family has been part of the landscape of Kresgeville for over 70 years. It’s a quiet place, and that suits us just fine. It was settled in the 1760's and founded by the Kresge family. Their descendant, Sebastian Spering Kresge, went on to found K-Mart. (Click to read more...)

Our Roots

Seventy-odd years ago, the men in our family were looking for a place to go hunting. Grandma Millie, our matriarch, was just a girl at the time. Her mother Nana saw an ad in the New York Times advertising 80 acres with an old farmhouse, a barn, and an old school from the 1800’s for sale. Should anyone wish to view the property, the landowner would pay for their train fare to Stroudsburg and put them up in the Indian Princess Hotel. They would also in a free set of Melmac dishes. (Click to read more...)