This small winery likes to push the envelope with novel "fruit wines" such as pineapple wine, pecan wine with raisins, raspberry chipotle, and jalapeno raisin wine (everything but grape). The owner is an experienced chef. The tasting is fun, as the owner tells a unique story about each wine. After so many wines at so many wineries can be largely close to one another, this will be memorable, even if some of the wines don't work. But know that the tasting facility, while clean, totally lacks imagination and any sort of appeal. It's boring and small. There's no particular view. Nothing going on. You're basically looking into the back of someone's house. So the wines will hold your attention and will probably amuse you. And you may click with one or two. I recommend you go to experience the creativity. But you probably won't stay real long for the ambiance.
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