We were happy to discover this tasting room at the top of the gondola. It was nearly empty when we visited, so we had a wonderful relaxed time with the hostess, who made us feel most welcome. We sat at a table with a window view, and she brought each wine to us - three whites (Sauvignon blanc, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay), and then two vintages of their Pinot noir. We wondered how they could make wine here, and if it would just be a mediocre tourist attraction, but they source their grapes from the major growing areas for each varietal, and it's actually quite good.
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