In the Country or the City
Complimentary Tastings off the Beaten Path
When you visit us at our 200-year-old barn in Lincolnville, we invite you to enjoy a complimentary tasting off the beaten path. While you’re here, browse our gift shop, enjoy a glass of wine and a local cheese plate, all while overlooking the vineyard.
Our Lincolnville tasting room is closed until spring. In season, reservations are not required for tastings, but they are recommended for groups of 6 or more guests. Call (207) 763-4478 to request a reservation.
Tour the winery
Tours begin at 2 PM Saturday and Sunday (in season). Reservations are not needed; please arrive a couple of minutes before the start of the tour.
Complimentary Food and Wine Pairings
We offer complimentary food and wine pairings with some of our favorite local vendors on Sundays, 12-3 PM. No reservations needed!
Dinners, Classes, and Special Events
We host several events throughout the year, including, but not limited to, dinners, cooking classes, and parties in the vineyard. View all upcoming Lincolnville Events.
Private Events and Reservations
Our farmhouse offers a lovely setting for private events which can be personalized to accommodate your group. To learn more about hosting an event at Cellardoor, please call (207) 763-4478 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today, our five-and-a-half-acre estate vineyard, planted with cold-hardy hybrids developed to overcome the challenges of Maine’s climate, has reached maturity. Our first harvest of grapes in 2012 became our inaugural estate-grown wine. We recently released our 2013 estate vintages, Vendange and Blanc de Blancs; both produced using Traditional Method bottle fermentation.
Ask about our self-guided tours of the vineyard!
State of the Art Winery
Every bottle that dons our historic hobo symbol is produced in our state-of-the-art winemaking facility in Lincolnville, Maine. From sorting to bottling, our winery team works onsite to create wines that are both distinctly Maine-made and uniquely American.
Cellardoor wines are served and sold in our tasting rooms, distributed in wine shops, and served in restaurants throughout Maine.
Our tasting room is closed for the season. Tastings by appointment only.
Tours will resume in the spring.
367 Youngtown Road
Lincolnville, Maine 04849
Tastings and Glasses in urban elegance
Cellardoor’s tasting room and dining room on Thompson’s Point is designed to spoil guests with urban elegance. A wide selection of our wine is available for $8 a glass or $8 tasting (flights of four wines).
Reservations are not required; however, for groups of 6 or more, we ask that you call us at (207) 536-7700 or contact email@example.com and make a reservation so that we can offer you the best Cellardoor experience possible.
Relax in our dining room
Gourmet cheese, crackers, charcuterie and other nibbles are available for purchase to enjoy with a glass of wine in our dining room area.
On most Wednesdays from 5-7PM, Cellardoor at the Point features food and wine pairings with local chefs and food producers for $8. Reservations are unavailable, however, we will do our best to get you into the next possible seating, and seat you together.
Dinners, Classes, and Special Events
In addition to our Wednesday Pairings, we offer educational wine pairing dinners, party planning classes, and other special events. Tickets must be purchased in advance. View all upcoming Portland events.
Our dining room offers a lovely setting for private events which can be personalized to accommodate your group. To host a private event at Cellardoor at the Point, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Portland Destination
Thompson’s Point has transformed from train depot to Portland destination featuring live entertainment, and local food and drink.
Meet Our Neighbors
Bissell Brothers – Popular craft brewers from right here in Portland, best known for hop forward beers and their signature brew, Substance.
Stroudwater Distillery – Stroudwater Distillery produces high quality, distinctive bottles of Bourbon, Rye, Vodka, and Gin.
Big J’s Chicken Shack – Whether you like your chicken spicy, crispy or saucy, every leg, thigh, and breast are served fresh and hot. BYOB!
International Cryptozoology Museum – Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals, and Thompson’s Point is home to the world’s only cryptozoology museum. Bigfoot fans get excited: the museum has a wide range of exhibitions of rare, one-of-a-kind scientific, zoological specimens.
Circus Maine – By harnessing the ingenuity of both traditional circus and ‘cirque nouveau’, Circus Maine offers circus training that provides education to both children and adults. Check out their monthly cabaret performances!
Color Me Mine – Portland’s largest paint-your-own pottery studio features a revolving selection of pottery you can paint anytime. No appointment needed! BYOB!
State Theater at Thompson’s Point – The State Theater’s outdoor venue on the banks of the Fore River, is the southern most tip of Thompson’s Point. Enjoy the best sunset in town while enjoying Ween, The XX, Elvis Costello and more!
The Rink at Thompson’s Point – Enjoy skating on 10,000 square feet of ice and warm up in the Beer Yurt or Bissel Brothers container lounge.
Monday and Tuesday open by appointment only.
Wednesday – Saturday: 12 – 7 pm
Sunday: 12 – 5 pm