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My husband and I attended a Visa Infinite Dining event here on Saturday and the space is absolutely stunning. We were able to enjoy their Pinot Noir (which they're sold out of) and their Cab Franc which were both stunning; probably the best wine we've...More
This was our last stop for the day. We tasted the Pinot and the Cab Franc and as we were the only people there - decided to sit and relax in the wonderful seating area. Loved how the old barn is being transformed.
The Old Third is in an unassuming barn that I drove by several times, until staff at a neighbouring winery suggested I visit.
The two gents who manned the facility were knowledgeable and friendly to chat with. The interior of the barn has been renoed,...More
While they are very small and basically produce Pinot and sparkling cider, this place is definitely worth visiting when in the County! You really need to get there early in the season as they sell out very quickly. One of the best Pinots in the...More
I read about this vineyard so I am glad we finally went however they were completely sold out! good for them not so good for us so the only thing to taste was their cider which was good so I bought a bottle. The venue...More
We sampled their pinot noir and the sparkling cider. Both were served at the correct temperature in a great rustic setting. Well worth the price. Limited quantities of the pinot noir that sells out quickly.
The winery may be expensive to some ($50 a bottle), but you get what you paid for. The Old Third specializes in Pinot Noir and it shows. There is a tasting fee, but it is waived when you buy a bottle. There is also crepes...More
Visited on a Wednesday...when we got there, the winery was closed (when we checked the wine map, we discovered that the winery is closed Tuesday and Wednesday). My buddy phoned the "winery", one of the owners answered, and agreed to open up just for us....More