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I guess when you walk to the entrance and there is a sign touting their Redneck Wines, you shouldn't expect too much. While we tasted their better wines, they still were not very good. Worst of all, they have a couple rooms set aside that...More
We stopped here on our way to another winery. The staff was completely overwhelmed by a large group doing a tasting. We stood at an open spot at the bar and waited patiently, no hurry. At least 4 staff members passed us several times without...More
Aside from the disorganized wine tasting, the woman behind the counter made a big deal of my mother and aunt (70-80 years old) being two cents short when completing 70 dollars worth of transactions. I found a dime, or could have put it in a...More
This vineyard along with Earle Estates Meadery, with whom they are affiliated, were both very disorganized as the Wine & Cheese Event was about to kick off. I was the first one there as the sister Meadery was my starting point. Not really my palate,...More
Had a fun wine tasting with the young man helping us. He recommended several wines and we had a nice conversation about Wineries in MI, where we are from, compared to in NY. I got 3 bottles and he suggested getting one more so I...More
Joe helped us with our tasting and was very fun and knowledgeable. We were not rushed at all and really enjoyed their sweet wines. We left with 16 bottles with a 25% off Presidents day discount. We will definitely visit again!!!!
Best wine/cider "Tasting stop of the trip" We really enjoyed their Warthog Ciders. Many different flavors available. If you like Hard Cider that isn't super sweet but has great flavor, this is a must stop place.
We were in a large room upstairs which was a little hot but ok except instead of a bar there were white folding tables. We saw chairs stacked in the corner so we started to bring them to the table. We were then informed that...More