This was the third and last stop of our winery tour and selected it because of the previous reviews and description of it being sooo beautiful and on the river. Well I guess I'm spoiled by REALLY beautiful wineries in Paso and Napa. While this was "nice" I wouldn't say it was THAT nice and I never saw any river.
It was super busy but they managed to accommodate everyone efficiently and it was pretty rowdy as it was towards the end of the tasting day. We paid the $15 for the reserve tasting (8 wines, no refund if you purchased wine and no souvenir glass). The staff was knowledgeable and really busy but managed to be informative about the wines and answer questions. They had bread and olive oil and vinegar to taste between tastings, which was nice and they kept it clean and re-filled. The best wine was the 2007 Merlot.
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