Corcoran has a brewery (first stop and was really busy on the Sunday we visited) and then up the road is the winery. Yes it is a small building (built in the 1700x) but it makes for a very intimate and quaint experience. Not the big "commercial experience" you get at some of the larger wineries. The day we visited the staff had traded duties -- so the guys who work in the brewery were pouring wine and the winemaker was up in the brewery. The tasting pours were very generous! One of the owners (Jim Corcoran) was working at the wine pouring. Very fun owners! When we got there there was noone else there but within minutes the room was full (yes 15 people fill the room). Loved the wines! I really don't like red wines and I really liked the Raz and Blackjack. In fact I bought bottles of both of them. My husband really liked the Viognier and Apple Wine. We had a great time. The entrance road is gravel and we asked if we could contribute to the road improvement fund (lol). They are planning to fill in the potholes this week. Definately will go back to the winery and will try the brewery very soon! Note they are only open on Sat and Sun from 12-5.
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