2012 Season Begins Labor Day

We will begin U-Pick Grapes on Labor Day this year.  This is a very early year because of the very warm winter and early spring.  We are 3 to 4 weeks ahead of last year.

There are very few grapes.  This spring the grapes started to grow far too early, again because of the very warm winter . . . → Read More: 2012 Season Begins Labor Day

Season’s ending

Dear Friends,

This is a Status-of-the-Grapes report.  The harvest is coming to an end. Thank you for a great year. We’ve enjoyed seeing many of you again – and some of you for a first time.  We have about 400 pounds of Catawba grapes still on the vine. Catawbas make great wine, tasty jelly and have a . . . → Read More: Season’s ending

Up-Date Wed. 10/5/11

Dear Friends,

We are now coming into some nice weather.   With all the rain we have had, be sure to bring your boots!  We have experienced many great customers again this year.

The Concord grapes are petty well picked.  However our good neighbors have Concord.

The Catawba grapes are ripe now, along with the Niagara.  The Catawba’s are described . . . → Read More: Up-Date Wed. 10/5/11

Our hours

All varieties of U-Pick grapes are 35 cents a pound.

Our hours are Monday through Saturday: 9am to sundown

Sunday: noon to sundown

The season for Concord and Niagara grapes should last a minimum of a month.  Please check this web page later for more detail about availability of grapes.

Our address is

John and Rita Linehan and Family

5834 State Route . . . → Read More: Our hours

Dear Grape Lovers,

Today is September 11, 2011. My friend, Kent, is teaching me how to do postings on our web-site.

Yesterday, we had our post cards printed. We will be mailing them this week. This is the text of the postcard:

“Dear Friends,

Our grape crop is great this year! Thank you for your understanding . . . → Read More: