Small, friendly winery.
Tucked away on a windy dirt road, this converted house has a lot of potential as the views and grounds have space to spread out. There is a small seating area inside for inclimate weather.
Wines were average, but their white blend was not enjoyable, while their Traminette was definitely noteworthy.
I think we the winery/tasting room needs a 'make-over' as it has potential, but some walls need to be knocked down to make it more open. As such, we walked into the entrance and at first thought we had walked into someone's home.
Tasting room: Room for 4 at the bar (cozy)
Grounds: Room to spread out. Two small decks.
Food: Didn't notice
Bathroom: One-person directly off the tasting area
Service: Very friendly. Owner is an Air Force veteran
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