For such a new winery these wines are outstanding. Beautiful reds and a great story as to why the owners are there, doing what the do. The nicely designed but unpretentious tasting area is IN the wine cellar, the wines and workings are visible behind and the tasting space is used to harvest the grapes, then make the wine during wine making season. it is great to taste their wines in their 'cave.' In the days of bigger and better tourist-luring tasting areas at some wineries, we enjoyed the relaxed, uncrowded pace and authenticity here..
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