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Oakville Summer School: How Wine is Grown 7/15/23

The Birds & the Bees: How Wine is Grown

Saturday, July 15 | 10:30 a.m. to Noon

With Vineyard Manager Ben Forgeron

Walk the vineyards, kick the dirt and discover up close the phases of vine development. Taste Groth wines among the rows as you learn the challenges and benefits of sustainable farming and what it takes to grow world-class wine.

Limited to 30 participants.

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Oakville Summer School: How Wine is Grown 7/15/23

This Collection Includes

Admission for one participant
Vineyard tour and expert insights from Groth Vineyard Manager Ben Forgeron
Tasting of estate wines among the vines
Commemorative Oakville Summer School T-Shirt
Give The Gift of Groth

Shipping Information

Where can you ship to?

All states except AL, AR, DE, IN, LA, MS, OK, RI, UT, WV and WY. Please note it remains illegal to ship wine to any community in the state of Kentucky that prohibits the local sale of alcohol ("dry communities").

When will I receive my wine?

Ground shipping orders will arrive in 7-10 business days. Orders with Overnight, 2-Day and 3-Day shipping will ship the same business day if placed by 9 a.m. Pacific. We do not ship over the weekend.

When will I receive my tracking information?

Your tracking information will be emailed to you once your package is scanned and the wine is in transit.


Due to extreme temperatures in many areas, orders with ground shipping will be held indefinitely to ensure wine is not damaged in transit. For summer delivery, please select 2-Day Air or UPS Summer Solution Overnight shipping.

Orders placed by 9 a.m. Pacific Monday through Thursday will ship the same business day. Orders placed Friday, Saturday and Sunday will ship the following business day.


  • UPS Ground: $15 per order
  • 2-Day Air via UPS or FedEx: $35 per order
  • UPS Summer Solution Overnight: $50 per case (minimum order of one case; available mid-May to mid-October)
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