For Christmas 2013, my wife was looking for a "different" gift for me (I'm a difficult person to shop for). She came across a winery tour, wine tasting event from Blue Mountain. Fast-forward to July 2014, we went to the winery. First of all, is the tour - which is basically a 45-minute history of wine making by the owner Joe. This "tour" is done in the downstairs level of the winery - basically, the basement with different machines and oak kegs and stainless-steel containers. After the tour, we ascend to the main floor where you get to sample five different wines (your choice of the 5), along with cheese and chocolate samples. When the tour is over, you get to keep your wine glasses as souvenirs. This is not a "wow" event; however, if you're looking for something different to do on a Sunday afternoon (and have some interest in wine), this was not a bad way to spend the afternoon. We had a Groupon coupon for $25 (normally, it it costs $50) . I had no issues with Joe or staff - they were all very courteous and friendly. This is actually a smart way by the winery to sell wine. They get you in by offering the tour and tasting, with the hope of selling you wine (we bought 6 bottles). Again, this was not a "wow" event, but it was a nice way to spend a Sunday afternoon (we had to travel an hour to get there).