The Smithfield Winery is jaw-droppingly gorgeous. Designed by owner and operator Natasha Weiss, this modern rustic venue offers an intimate and charming setting with beautifully exposed architectural elements. Natasha's inspiration comes from her background in engineering which can be seen in every aspect of the Winery's décor.
Weddings & Private Events
Currently, Smithfield Winery is open for weddings and private parties. And unlike most venues, the Winery is open and upfront about their pricing online. In addition to weddings, they also offer their venue and services for photo shoots and video promotions. This information can also be found on their website.
The venue consists of a ballroom, barrel room, tasting room, catering kitchen, back patio, and bartending kitchen. Check out the photos from our tour below!
Small Batch Bubblies & Stills
Smithfield Winery currently crafts small batches of wine for private events. Wine is produced on-site with a commercial grade Champaign bottling system. "Our wines and bubblies are handcrafted with no outsourcing. What you experience in your glass you can rest assured has been hand foraged onsite and cultivated by our in house winemaker."
Tour Smithfield Winery
My Fiancé and I recently visited the Smithfield Winery for a wedding tour. We live in Smithfield and immediately fell in love with the place after seeing photos of previous events on their Instagram account and online gallery. However, you must take a tour as it's even more beautiful in person.
The tour is passionately guided by Natasha and her Husband and a free wine tasting is included! Natasha is incredibly knowledge when it comes to event planning and her personality is as bubbly as her wine!
If you're searching for a venue in the area, we highly recommend adding Smithfield Winery to your list!
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