Domaine de Broglie is taking reservations for wine tastings and will be following the guidelines provided by Yamhill County and the State of Oregon.
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED
Domaine de Broglie requires all visitors to make a reservation to visit the property. We will only be able to accommodate walk-ins based on availability. We are open every day from 11am – 4pm. You can make reservations online here, or contact us at (503) 376-1610 and email@example.com.
We are also providing curbside pickup for club orders and general wine orders. Please call ahead of time to place your orders and arrange for a pickup time or make a reservation online here.
POLICY FOR YOUR VISIT
At this time, masks are required for guests who are not fully vaccinated. We continue to closely monitor CDC and Oregon State COVID-19 guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our community, and are continuing our rigorous sanitation practices.
Check-in will be required prior to entering the Hospitality Center.
Cheese and charcuterie boards are available to order in advance, and outside food is not permitted. All guests will be seated and there will be no service at our tasting bar.
All guests agree to follow all safety protocols and precautions required by the winery. All guests acknowledge their obligation to enter the winery premises only if they are experiencing no COVID-19 symptoms identified by the Centers for Disease Control and the Oregon Department of Public Health, and have not had a fever or felt feverish without the use of medication in the last 72 hours prior to their visit.
To assure that we provide the best possible safe and secure environment for your visit, our staff has taken the following measures:
All tables will be cleaned and sanitized between each reservation.
Common areas like restrooms, staircase railings, door handles, and other high usage areas and fixtures will be cleaned and sanitized on a continuous basis throughout the day.
All staff members are required to follow rigorous handwashing procedures between all guest interactions. Staff will also be screened before each shift to assure they are fit to work.
Please note that we will continue to modify our policies as the circumstances or the guidelines established by Yamhill County and the State of Oregon change.