Our limo driver took us up to this winery. The setting was ok, some porta-potty's and a small tented area with table. The service and wine education were also good. Overall, the winery experience itself was personal and small, but primitive.
Here's the catch. They encourage you to purchase their wine to avoid the cost of the tasting. What they don't tell you is that the "case" of wine are actually purchasing consists of three small 350ml bottles, and three regular size bottles. It's in the fine print if you really look, but they mention nothing.
You order the wine and a few weeks later it shows up at home, you go to open it, and find out you paid $280 for 3 full bottles and 3 half bottles of wine.
Mis-leading, buyer beware.
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