As we wandered in we weren't sure exactly what to do/where to go. Very different than most tasting rooms we've visited in the past. We asked one of the employees and were told to find an empty space at one of the three tasting bars that were open.
The tasting started with the pourer dropping the bottle and shattering the glass in front of me. Fortunately I got no wine on me and wasn't injured. It was an accident and I think he felt far worse about it than we did. No harm no foul.
We shared the tasting as we still had a couple more wineries to visit that day. We were amazed that they were pouring pretty much their entire line, including reserves--with no charge! Kind of scary how drunk people could get there if they chose--and it looked like a few had.
We thought that overall the wines ranged from great QPR to quite good wine and bought a mixed case that ranged from a $12 daily drinker to a $40 reserve bottle. They offered us info on the wine club, however we passed.
It was a little too crowded and noisy for us, we typically taste privately or with only a few other people. We were there mid-week, I can't imagine what that place would be like over a weekend!
The bathrooms were very clean--unexpected given the number of people there.
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