The staff that we dealt with was not very friendly. The wine was typical muscadine wine with no real uniqueness. Thumbs down.
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Unfriendly large lady said our taste for wine was incorrect. We never tried Muscadine wine before and were very interested in it. She was despicable. I wouldn't recommend unless you enjoy sarcasm and inhospitable service.
What fun!!! This is a little winery operated by a family that is just as casual as one can get! I have done Napa and spend a lot of time at boutique wineries in the Texas Hill Country (Johnson City/Stonewall/Fredericksburg/Kerrville) but this is something completely different. It ain't fancy. It ain't pricey. It's just good fun. The wines are a little sweeter than any I generally like but the two "dryer" varieties (one red, one white) are tasty and worth a purchase. If you prefer sweeter wines, you definitely want to stop here. The "decor" is about as low-key as you'll encounter but just plain fun. Stop by and visit a while. It's air-conditioned and a nice break between plantation visits and shopping!
This is the best kept secret in Natchez
It is had to believe that most that go to Natchez will never hear of this place. We have been going for years. I make my own wine and this is one of the few wines that I buy.
If you like muscadine wine this is a must stop. Miss Scarlet is my favorite.
This little sightseeing trip was just an aside to kill a little time til lunch, but turned out to be a very enjoyable experience. We took the short tour & learned a great deal about making wine. We also tasted several & they were wonderful, so we bought a 4 bottle pack, can't wait to open one up now that we are back home. Take my advice & add this tour to your trip to Natchez, very much worth the time. Wonderful people!!