“We were getting ready to retire and I was just thinking about gardening,” Eichenauer said. “And ever since then we have just kept expanding.”
Eichenauer said she and her husband have been experimenting with the wine making process since then, holding wine parties and allowing friends to try their homemade wine.
Now sitting on four acres of land, and after pressure from friends to begin selling their wine, Eichenauer said Dragonfly Vineyard & Wine Cellar was born.
“This wasn’t really the plan for us,” Eichanauer said. “But we just kept growing and doing more and more.”
The grand opening celebration will take place from noon to 9 p.m.
“We have such a great selection, I think people will have a hard time deciding what they want to drink,” Eichanauer said. “It will be a tough decision!”