If you’ve never had the opportunity to experience one of our gastronomic specials, you can’t miss this one. We’ll be serving slow roasted, tender pork alongside our secret recipe freshly made coleslaw, with or without a bun. Each meal is guaranteed to fill and satisfy.Read More
Lots going on in and around Saint Jo on the 4th of July! If you like to run or walk, enter Old Jo’s Firecracker 5K in Saint Jo. Registration starts at 6:00 a.m. Be on your mark at 8:00. Once you’ve worked up an appetite and done a little shopping at the great boutiques in Saint Jo, come on out to Arche. Our gates will open at 11:00 a.m. and we’ll be serving up our own decadently delicious pulled pork sandwiches that pair perfectly with either chilled Roussanne or Yellow Rose.
After we close at 5:00, we will grab our lawn chairs and head to Saint Jo to watch their annual, spectacular fireworks display. Get there a couple of hours before the sun sets for live music performed by Larry Borden and Quick Draw. Indulge in ice cream tastings at the homemade ice cream Freeze Off! contest. Finally, clean your palate with free watermelon supplied by the Montague County Child Welfare Board. If you’re still hungry, the concession stand will have plenty of hamburgers and snow cones. Once ol’ man sol has acquiesced to the night, the fireworks begin.Read More
Saturday, May21, we are releasing our 2014 vintage Chateau Rouge. Chateau Rouge is a blend of our Rhone varieties, including Syrah, Mourvedre, Grenache, Carignan and Roussanne. This wine spent four months in a French oak barrel. It is a medium bodied, dry red and one we can’t wait to enjoy. While this vintage will be available to taste for free all weekend long, thereafter it will only be available to taste from our Premium Wine Tasting section.
We are also conducting our Vineyard & Winery Tour this Saturday, May 14, at 3:00. If you would like to make reservations, please use the form on our website. Cost is just $15 per person, or free for any Club 228 member.
Saturday and Sunday, February 13 and 14, we’ll have our traditional St. Valentine’s Day wine and chocolate pairing. But this isn’t just any wine and chocolate. You already know Arché wine beats expectations for small, out of the way little winery in the middle of nowhere, but Dude, Sweet Chocolate definately exceeds! Have you ever spent an afternoon with irish Car Bomb truffles, or how about Crack in a Box chocolate bark with a tasting of Sweet Syrenity?
This special event is from noon to 5:00 both days. Reservations not required. $10 per person. Buy all four bottles in the flight and we’ll comp your tasting! Club 228 members get one free tasting per membership.Read More
This Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, we will be featuring singer, songwriter David Tribble playing his own compositions from 3:00 – 5:00 in the tasting room. Starting at noon, we’ll be serving up some really savory delights, like hot chili to warm your soul, dips, chips and stuff, all free of charge. Of course, we welcome your wine purchases! Best of all, a portion of the day’s total sales will be donated to the Montague County Child Welfare Board, a privately funded organization serving abused and neglected children in our county.Read More
The precursor of Memorial Day, Decorations Day, was first observed in 1868, as a day to honor and remember fallen soldiers of the Civil War. 147 years later, we carry on the tradition of remembering America’s fallen soldiers of every war. Whether we are at war or in a period of peace, we will always remember those heroes who sacrificed their lives for our freedom and way of life.
As a small token of our appreciation for the men and women who have served and who do so now, we will be serving a free BBQ plate this Saturday to all Active Military Personnel and honorable Veterans. All others may enjoy a hearty beef plate for just $5 (free for Club 228 members). Tack on a FREE tasting of our newest wine release, and you’ve got a great meal!
The food will be available from the time we open at noon until we run out so don’t take too long getting here!Read More