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The tasting room overshadowed our enjoyment of the wine. Yes we purchased some but no there is zero ambiance or food, no civility or order to tasting room. You just enter this sterile industrial room, wait in any spot you can find and then squeeze-in...More
This is the first time We have been to the new location. I almost passed it because I was looking for the smaller building. The wives enjoyed the tasting and they picked up a couple of bottles. The server was friendly and knowledgeable. We will...More
So this Vineyard has moved to a new location right on 151. They have a beautiful mural on the side of the building that can be easily seen when you are driving south. The parking lot is small and awkward, so be careful when you...More
We visited on a Wednesday afternoon. This is a small place and there were two tastings going on when we visited late in the afternoon. We drove by this place at first because I didn't see a sign for the tasting room. The tasting room...More
We've been to the new location after being members for years.Its very disappointing. The service this weekend was poor. Parking is an accident waiting to happen. It was hard to get a pick-up accomplished without standing in a long line. The new place lacks the...More
We were on a wine tour of the area and Flying Fox was the first stop for us. Tiny place but nevertheless we were welcomed into the small sampling area and soon felt at home. Our hostess was knowledgeable and very friendly, and we were...More
One of the wineries that allows dogs inside the tasting room, which was very nice so we could taste together instead of switching off while one holds the dog outside. More upscale and smaller than surrounding wineries, and the $10 tasting fee isn't waived if...More