Wedding rental rates:

Sunday rentals $5,500  for 10 am to 11 pm

Saturday Rental $6,000  for 10 am to 11 pm

Special multiday packages

Standard prices are $6,000 currently for Saturdays and $5,500 currently for Sundays. Sundays and Mondays of Holiday Weekends and Holidays will be for the full Saturday price. Packages of 2 or more days for a reduced rate such as for rehearsal dinner or morning after brunch which depending on size of party may be inside our home. All you have to do is imagine what kind of an event or weekend you would like to have and let us help you achieve that magical time with family and friends. Rental rates are for up to 200 guests. Additional per person charges above 200 guests apply due to additional costs with staffing and equipment needs to give your special day just the right feel.

Prices are subject to change. Prices are guaranteed only after a signed contract with deposit has been received by Brix and Columns Vineyards.

Deposit and Payment Schedule:

A deposit of 1/3 is due on signing contract to reserve the date. 1/3 is due 6 months prior to event and the final 1/3 is due 3 months prior to event. All of these payments are nonrefundable. Damage deposit ($750) is due 45 days in advance of event and fully refundable if no damage occurs. Damages are the responsibility of the renter regardless of whether you, one of your vendors or one of your guests caused the damage. All vendors must give a current certificate of liability insurance listing Brix and Columns Vineyards as the insured. Certificate of insurance copy is due 30 days prior to event. All agreements may be limited by federal, state or local regulations.

Enjoy many types of events at Brix and Columns Vineyards.

We can be your site for an incredible variety of get-togethers. Call us and just ask how we can meet your needs. Imagine it and allow us to help you get it just right. Some options are listed below, but don’t let the list limit you.

  1. Reunions
  2. Picnics
  3. Club events
  4. Christmas/holiday meals

The Columns at Six Penny Farm

Special occasions can also be celebrated with our sister venue, The Columns at Six Penny Farm. The options you have here are located primarily in and around our manor house and won’t necessarily be focused on wine. This location allows visitors for separate events to enjoy a more personal setting at our farm with the same stunning views. Contact our staff if you would like to discuss what might work for your event.

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