We popped in here for a tasting after meandering down from DC. We were pleasantly surprised at the value having paid $10 to taste 11 (normally 12) wines. We were poured generous tastings of each and took home the glasses. Potomac point offers a variety of solid wines. I really loved the white dessert wine and look forward to enjoying their reds in the future. We also had lunch in the bistro - which was busy, but didn't feel crowded at all. The seafood pasta was good and well-apportioned with oysters, shrimp and scallops. It's maybe the first time I've had more seafood and vegetables than pasta in that type of dish. Our visit was in the winter so the grounds were a little drab, but the buildings are beautiful with fun wood and iron work. I am sure it's beautiful in the spring and fall. There's also an outdoor seating area that I can't wait to take advantage of when the weather is better.
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