On our visit, they were very short staffed and that made for an awkward arrival and a little more time standing around waiting for help, or to be able to mention we were there for a tasting. We thought we were the only people on a tour but they grabbed another couple who walked in to join us. It was awkward because the woman in the couple was buzzed. The views from Pride were great and if the weather is good on your visit this is where you should time your lunchtime picnic. the highlight was definitely the barrel tasting. It was a nice touch and a different experience than any other vineyard. When we were finished on the 15 min or so tour of the cave, we went back in the showroom and stood around. There was no real education happening. We did get up to the counter and ask about ordering. We couldn't order any wine because those in the taste are not out for another seven months. No pre-ordering, they just added us to their mailing list. Seemed odd to miss out on guaranteed orders.
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