Visited this winery on a Tuesday afternoon in June. Not a busy time for visitors to the Tasting Room and it seemed to be reflected in the attitude of the lady who came out to serve us. She appeared to have other, more important things on her mind and was not very engaging either about the wines or about her dachshunds for which the winery is named. Perhaps it would be best if the Tasting Room was only open during peak times.
To those planning on visiting this winery, I would suggest that you might consider going there on a week-end afternoon in the summer when there's most likely more traffic.
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