The tasting room is a barn with plywood over wine barrels to serve as the tasting bar. Not the most impressive especially when compared to the other wineries in Temecula. If I was only rating the facility, it would be one out of five stars. The benefit here is the quality of the people pouring and their interaction with the customer. Plus, they open at 0900, an hour before any of the others. We ended up buying the Rousanne and the Tres Hermanos. There web site lists the tasting as 6 for $10 but we paid $12. Maybe because it was Memorial Day weekend? Maybe they just raised the price and didn't update the website? We also liked their logo wine glass and bought one for $5.
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