The tasting room is adorned with family and local artwork including quilts, paintings and photos, which makes it visually interesting while tasting. Aside from the wines, the best part was the relaxed atmosphere and talking to the server who was obviously knowledgeable and passionate about the wines. We tried their reserve level wines, but actually liked their second label wines better (especially at their price point). Their second label is Snosrap, which is a tongue twister until you realize that it's Parsons spelled backward. We ended up with a three pack of the Snosrap - a Pinot, a Rhone-ish blend and a Bordeaux. It was one of the best tasting room experiences of the day and definitely worth a visit.
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