The scenery was really nice, but you quickly forget that when you enter the winery because your distractions are loud rock music and dogs. One dog on a leash, but the big sheep dog let loose. After sampling wines the sheep dog bit my friend (surface bite, but enough to start to bleed). Told owner and she put the dog in the house and said "her dog doesn't bite people". Said he was a puppy and she should spend time with him. Never apologized but was upset because "this is not how she wanted to end her day". The whole experience from the loud music, the dogs, the winery itself and the owner was very unprofessional.
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