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If you prefer dry wines then this is a place you want to visit. And, talk about grapes......wait until you arrive and see the rows and rows and rows of grapes; unbelievable. I love when you go to a vineyard and you can see they...More
The winery has renamed itself but it still has the same good reds. Today was music and a food truck so by 1100, 10 people were tasting away and by the time I left, it was starting to fill up both inside and outside. The...More
We went there on a beautiful afternoon. We were told we could bring our own food so we packed some food but did not feel comfortable bringing out our food at the Pinnacle which was our stop before the Blair Vineyards.
At the Blair Vineyard,...More
We recently joined in for the third year helping harvest grapes for the vineyard. To truly understand the process for wine making harvesting is the first step in producing the wine after the grapes have matured. Our host Richard Blair showed us how to harvest...More
We went on Friday for "Happy Hour & Tapas" starting at 5:30 which they appear to be doing every Friday throughout the summer. Live music, appetizers/light entrees available from a local caterer (which varies) and 10% off wine. The outdoor area is where everyone gathers...More
Had a great time with friends attending a Wine and Tapas night. Good music, good food, good friends - what more can you want?
No wine tastings when they are serving tapas (usually 4 options are available). Wine can be purchased by the glass or...More
Sorry all to share this review, but we just were at the Blair and we tasted their REDS, they were very good, We ordered 3 bottles of the Cab Frank and 3 of the Pinot Noir, they nicely put the 6 bottles in their green...More
Stopped on a rainy day with no other soles around. Pretty drive on back roads. Decent size parking lot. The tasting room is fairly plain and there is really no gift shop area to speak of. For $5 you can select up to six tastings...More