The mantra of Paradisos del Sol is "sip, sip, bite, sip". The first sip to cleanse your palate, the second to get a feel for the wine, the paired bite to provide complexity, and the third sip to really taste the wine after the bite opens up the flavors. It's a fun and interesting way to taste wine! The bites are really small, hardly bites at all. You get to try a variety of wines, from a dry white, to their "Zort".
They have a good "Under 10 buck" white and paradiso red. The tasting fee is $5, unless you spend $20. We were a little bit under $40 for the 3 bottles we bought, but the winemaker was kind enough to waive the tasting fees.
The tasting room has 2 areas so it can accommodate groups. The grounds are interesting, like a rustic farmhouse feel. There are chickens meandering the grounds.
Definitely worth a stop in your wine tour!
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