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Green Phase Winery Guidelines - updated July 24th, 2020

We are very excited to announce that we are currently open for outdoor bottle service, self guided tastings and limited indoor seating. We have designated seating areas throughout the property for you to enjoy your wine, have a great experience and most importantly, stay safe.

In accordance with the updated Pennsylvania Governor's Mandate, a meal is required during on premises consumption of alcohol.

To limit contact of customers and our staff, we will be doing bottles sales only, no glass sales.  We encourage you to bring your own wine glasses but will provide disposable glasses if requested, or we offer THW glasses for purchase.

Occupancy is limited to 25 percent; which allows only 12 guests in our building at a time (including staff). Guests are able to access the inside of the winery for restroom use and gift browsing as well. We appreciate your understanding.

Please read and understand the winery rules and guidelines. We designed them, not only for your safety, but for ours as well. Thank you!

Updated Green Phase Rules

come see us

Three Hammers Winery, located in Hawley on the historic property known as Whitehall Corners, was purchased in October 2016 and opened its winery doors in May 2018. The 15-acre property includes an 1820s farmhouse and an existing barn that has been converted into a winery complete with a large tasting room, barrel room, and wine processing room. Outdoor seating includes a covered patio, picnic tables, benches, and Adirondack chairs surrounding a pond featuring a fountain.

We’d love to answer any questions you have. Please provide us with a few details and we will be in touch shortly.

Three Hammers Winery
877 Welcome Lake Road, Hawley PA 18428
Tel (570) 949 4688

hours of operation

Monday-Thursday 12pm – 6pm, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11am – 6pm.

Self Guided Tastings

We are offering self guided tastings ($10pp) in designated seating on the winery property. This will allow you to comfortably and safely enjoy a four sample tasting of either our dry or sweet selection. After your tasting, we invite you to purchase a bottle and a meal to enjoy at a table throughout the property. No reservations are required. (In accordance with the updated Pennsylvania Governor's Mandate, a meal is required during the tasting).

All of our wines can be purchased through our tasting room or shipped to select states with more coming soon. Currently: (PA, NY, NJ, MN, FL, District of Columbia.).

group tastings (**On Hold Till Further Notice**)

Tastings of Eight or More [Currently Unavailable]

We ask that groups of eight or more participants make a mutually acceptable reservation preferably one week in advance by contacting Christine at 570-949-4688 or Groups of eight or more can choose from the following time slots; 11 am, 12 pm, and 1 pm. This reservation permits us to plan for and provide the service and wine tasting experience, which you and your guests deserve. For 8-12 guests the cost is $15.00 per guest plus tax. For 13-20 guests the cost is $20.00 per guest plus tax. For comfort and safety, the maximum number of guests is 20 for our barrel room tastings. Gratuity is kindly appreciated for your server.

Premier Tastings (Minimum of Ten Guests) [Currently Unavailable]

We offer an exclusive one-hour and a half private tasting in our 1820 farmhouse located right across from the winery in either Farmhouse Kitchen or the Rathauskeller. This private tasting includes a dedicated server, tasting of 6 wines, charcuterie board pairing and a Three Hammers branded souvenir glass. Cost is $55.00 per guest which includes tax and gratuity.

We thank you for your respect for other guests at the winery and for your understanding while we make visits to the winery safe and enjoyable for everyone.

food & beer

We have carefully selected a number of quality handmade foods and craft beers made right here in the Keystone State. We proudly offer particular knoshing items that pair well with our wines. We currently source our cheeses from local creameries in Wayne County; crackers made in small batches at a farm bakery in Central Pennsylvania; locally made nuts from a mother/daughter team and tasty cheese spreads from Philadelphia, soppressata, and olives.

policy & Rules


For your safety and ours, our premises are monitored and recorded via digital video.

We truly value and want everyone‘s visit to our winery to be a great one! Thank you in advance for your understanding.