I know, really? Rules? We do have a few. Plain and simply they revolve around principles of respect and common courtesy. First off, as a guest of the winery, we do expect you to abide by the laws of the land. Secondly we do expect you to be courteous and respectful of the staff, your fellow guests and the premises while you’re visiting us. The third rule goes right along with rule 2. All alcoholic beverages that are consumed at OakGlenn must be purchased at OakGlenn. I mean come on, do you really think you can bring your own into the gin mill down the street from you and get away with it? Hell no. We understand that some of you have visited other places around town and you’re lugging it all with you. Rest assured, we have no problem with that. The trouble starts if you crack it. Make no mistake about this. Both Glenn and Carol are very proactive about this policy and they enforce it. Get caught and you’re dumping the open container(s). Argue about it and you’ll be asked to leave immediately.
One thing that needs to be made perfectly clear is OakGenn Winery consists of both public and private areas. The public portion consists of the parking lots, the Hussman Pavilion, the stage and seating areas and the green areas surrounding it. Unless otherwise specifically authorized by Glenn or Carol do not, under any circumstances, hop the fence and wander around by the house. If you do so at the very minimum you will be asked to leave the premises immediately. Another area that is not open to the public is the vineyard itself. On occasion we are asked by a guy if it’s OK to propose to his gal in the vineyard. We will generally allow this. The people to talk to would be Glenn, Carol or me, Karl. I’m the head of security at the winery and can authorize this if you can’t find Glenn or Carol.
Other than that just have fun and remember what happens at OakGlenn stays at OakGlenn. Well at least most of the time. LOL!