Ironstone is about a mile outside Murphys. The Kautz family spent a LOT of money on the facility. The two story main building has a large tasting area with a long bar, a merchandise area and a deli area with seating. Downstairs is a large kitchen and seating area where they do cooking classes and wedding receptions. Then there are at least 3 or 4 acres of well manicured grounds including a large amphitheater, an area designed for weddings (often 2 a day in the summer) and several nice walks with ponds and little creeks. I would go for the grounds and maybe a sandwich and maybe try their wines. But don't expect much. Ironstone is into volume rather than quality. Steve Milliare is their wine maker doing the best he can with the bulk grapes he is given. If you want quality wines go back to Murphys with their 18 tasting rooms at last count including Steve's Milliare winery.
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