This winery is in a beautiful locale. Much thought has gone into the visitor experience, and does not disappoint. You can walk through an interesting, museum-type display on the history of the winery. Though tastings are not free, they are reasonable, and there are some lovely wines to taste. It can be a little crowded in peak season, but there is quite a bit to see, and you can simply stroll the grounds if the tasting rooms is too crowded. There is a small outdoor restaurant on site, which I hope to get to next time. Well worth the visit.
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