King Family Vineyards- Roseland Polo
Ever wonder what everyone is up to on Sunday afternoons? Well, we can tell you. They are all bringing bringing their weekend to a close at King Family Vineyards, the host for wine tasting and Polo matches every Sunday, Memorial Day through October, to bring the weekend to a close.
These weekly polo matches stem from a long love of the sport by one of the vineyard's founders, David King, and will continue throughout the years as a family tradition for all locals to enjoy. The Polo matches are fun family-oriented events that allow the kids to run freely, while the parents sip on the signature King Family Vineyard wine.
Here are some tips from King Family Vineyards about the event:
- SPEED LIMIT: 10 MPH. For the safety of children and other spectators, limit your speed to 10 mph and remain on the gravel road when entering and exiting. Please do not drive across the grass.
- Upon arrival, park your car well behind the boards (50 feet or more). Vehicles are welcome to park “tailgate style” around the field. You may also park in the winery parking lot and watch the match from our patio. Please do not park your car on the grass around the winery.
- Bring chairs, blankets and shade. Popup tents and umbrellas are welcome. Because the horses can jump the boards during play, be sure to set up a safe distance from the fieldside boards (at least 30 feet). For your convenience, portable restrooms are located behind the scoreboard and on the south end of the field.
- King Family Vineyards wine will be for sale field-side. Flag down the golf cart circling the field during the match to purchase wine, bottled water, and Roseland Polo hats. All major credit cards accepted.
- Due to ABC laws, NO ALCOHOL other than King Family wine is permitted onsite. Our staff is required by law to prevent the consumption of other alcoholic beverages. Those who violate this policy put Sunday polo matches in jeopardy.
- ALL dogs must be on a leash at all times. Watch the match at all times as the ball, and horses, come over the boards during play. Exercise extreme caution when crossing the goal lines at either end of the field.