If you bring some older Grange, you are welcome anytime. Or anything from Clarendon Hills winery. Roman Bratasiuk may be the best winemaker in the world right now. And the dress code, whatever you prefer, my friend. We host several black tie fundraisers at our house each year. We also host a dinner jacket only wine dinner where we supply the food and live music and each couple brings their favorite wine to share. We invite all our friends with deep cellars. Most wine collectors have bottles they are holding for a "special occasion". Our attempt is to create that special occasion where you bring out and share your best wine. Highlights of last years dinner was a 1921 Sauternes served with foie gras and a 1961 Petrus with beef. The provider of that bottle (which sells at auction for over $1,000) was modest enough to not mention that, although it caused quite a stir among the afficionados when we saw what was being decanted. Seriously, if your travels bring you to the mid-atlantic region, stop on by. Our house is a c. 1913 house and is a former B&B so we have 5 extras bedrooms and 5 extra baths for guests. All of whom stay for free, as long as they bring good wine and provoke interesting discourse. Otherwise, there is a Holiday Inn down the street, lol.