We visited the winery last weekend, and really enjoyed the ambiance, the staff were great, and we really enjoyed the wines. We did visit before their official opening, so I hope they work some of the kinks out by then. First, a word of advice if you choose to ride bikes there, their long, long driveway is all stones, so be prepared for bumps and cars kicking up dust as they pass by. There are no bike racks, so no place to lock your bike up to.
When you arrive, you choose one of two wine tasting choices, pay in advance and get coupons for your tasting. Then they walk you in, give you a mini tour, and set you up at the bar with a pourer. When we arrived we went right up to the bar, but other folks after us were told to sit on one of the many leather couches there, and they were unsure what they were waiting for. Some sat for more than 30 minutes, but had already paid so they couldn't leave. Had that happened to us we would have requested a refund and left, but we were lucky, had a good experience and bought a few bottles of wine. They have great plans for an outside fire pit and a dog park, but first things first, don't make folks wait for a tasting, as our pourer only had 2 people to wait on for a good 10 minute time frame.. I will visit again after their grand opening, but I would rather the bar be a few people deep, than be told to sit and not sure why.
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