33+ Trendy Winter Winery Outfit Ideas [2023]

You’re all set, the car is ready, bookings have been made, bags are packed.

As you step out of the shower, it’s THAT question again, what do you wear to a luscious, relaxing day at the winery? What is your winter winery outfit?

Spending time at any winery involves walking along long trails, often cloning stairs, and being seated outdoors.

To ensure that this special day you’ve been looking forward to isn’t ruined by a fashion faux-pas, you need to have the perfect outfit, fashionable and functional. 

Not sure where to start? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Browse the article below to build a beautiful outfit for a winter’s day at the winery. 

33+ Ideas For Winter Winery Outfit

From casual, flowy dresses to chic blouses and denim skirts, a wardrobe for winter winery trips explores many different styles.

Check out our gallery of favorites below to find an outfit that suits your personal style.

Keep an eye out for pieces that might already be in your wardrobe and save on sheeling out those few extra pennies. 

1. All- White

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2. Puffer Jacket and Leggings

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3. Statement Coat and Accessories

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4. Bright Colors

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5. Black and White Outfit

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6. Wide Leg Denim and Shacket

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7. Rubber Boots and Oversized Vest

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8. Sweater and Classic Black Leggings

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9. Teddy Bear Bomber Jacket

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10. Furry Coat

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11. Earthy Tonned Outfit

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12. Funny Scarf and Accessories

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13. Long Cardigan

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14. Cashmere Sweater and Denim

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15. Accent Boots

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16. White and Camel

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17. Long Denim Skirt and Coat

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18. Fedora Hat

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19. Entirely Beige Outfit

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20. Straight Denim Pants

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21. Grey Accent Boots

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22. Snake Accents

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23. Midi Kintted Dress

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24. Black Overal and Furry Cropped Coat

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25. Classic Black Coat, Denim and Combat Boots

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26. Denim Shirt and Fauf Leather Leggings

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27. Lamber Jack Shirt

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28. Tucked Scarf

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29. Mix of Textures and Cowboy Boots

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30. Faux Leather Vest Jacket

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31. Teddy Bear Coat

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32. Trench Coat and Wide Leg Pants

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33. Red, Red, Wine

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34. Plaid Skirt

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35. Matching Accessories

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36. Black Cashmere Sweater

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37. Robe Cardigan

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38. Sweater Dress

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39. Leather Pants

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40. Checkered Shirt Coat

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Why Winter Winery Visits are Special

The winter months bring a unique and special charm to winery visits.

Skipping the rush and noise of summer harvest months, winter visits to the winery are often more intimate and serene.

We love swapping the rush of reservations and being grouped in with tourists for calm and serene views of estates by the fireplace.

Opting for a visit in the winter can also make you privy to experiences and information that your hosts would otherwise have to skip just because of the crowd and hot weather.

Take our word for it and enjoy luscious indoor tours of the winery in winter!

The Challenge of Dressing for a Winter Winery

Dressing appropriately for cooler temperatures becomes of utmost importance to have an enjoyable experience.

The real challenge is making sure appropriate outfits are also chic and fashionable.

As winter clothes are often considered cozy, making sure you bring the glam side to the winery becomes even more important. 

The Essentials

While dressing for a cold day outdoors, there are some essentials you need to build on, form your wardrobe.

Start with a base layer like thermal undergarments or a long-sleeved shirt.

Add a sweater or a warm fleece on top for insulation.

Pick a chic, fashionable coat, good quality boots, scarves and gloves and don’t forget your thermal layers for added comfort! 

Chic and Cozy Choices:

Looking for some quick outfit ensembles you could put on?

Here are our suggestions for some killer fits: The dress reigns as the ultimate multitasking fashion staple.

When embarking on a day filled with exploration at wineries and cellar doors, opt for ethereal, lightweight silhouettes that effortlessly blend comfort with sophistication.

Embrace the charm of details like delicate puff sleeves, chic asymmetrical necklines, graceful tiered skirts, and the timeless allure of floral prints.

Elevate your ensemble, effortlessly transitioning from laid-back comfort to a more refined and elegant affair at the winery.

Accessories to Accentuate

Elevate your winter winery ensemble with essential accessories that not only define your style but also keep you snug in the chill.

Wrap a luxurious scarf around your neck, slip into chic gloves to warm your hands, and top off your look with a fashion-forward hat to shield your ears.

These carefully curated accessories are the key to achieving both comfort and high-fashion flair, ensuring your utmost comfort while exuding a sophisticated winter aesthetic

To make sure you’re ready for the particular conditions on the day of your visit, don’t forget to check the weather forecast before you go.

Additionally, keep in mind that some vineyards may have interior heating, so you might want to dress in layers that you can easily swap out for cooler or warmer weather depending on the situation.

Julie Higgins
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Julie is a Staff Writer at momooze.com. She has been working in publishing houses before joining the editorial team at momooze. Julie's love and passion are topics around beauty, lifestyle, hair and nails.