Had a great time at this quaint winery. Self-guided tours are free and tastings are very reasonable. Only two sweet wines, but oh so worth the drive for them. Nice people and good wines.
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If it weren't for the two friendly ladies working there I would have walked out. This winery was recommended to us by an owner of a winery tour guy. We had high hopes walking in, very cute from the outside. The inside is very small....More
Stopped here as part of a Hill Country tour. A nice hidden gem that we wouldn't have found otherwise - sampled the wine - you can try 4 for $5.50 and it was possibly some of my best wine i've tasted, i came home with...More
Entertaining and informative presentation of the wines for tasting as well as opportunity to tour the wine-making area. We learned a lot.
I absolutely loved this attraction. They had the BEST wine ever. Fred was a natural speaker and presenter. I would recommend this Vineyard to anyone over the AGE 21.
Nice Place! The self-guided tour of the winery was short, but very interesting. Wine tasting was fun. They have eight wines available to taste. You may pay for four or eight, This can be split between two people. I'm not usually much of a white...More
This was a rare winery that was actually interesting, just for the tour. It was fun to look around the building, which is an old cotton gin, and explore the wine making area. The barrels are beautiful! The staff was knowledgeable and friendly about the...More