We stopped in here yesterday at the recommendation of other folks at a different winery during conversation. Glad we did. This is no opulent joint with grandiose views and expensive cheeses. If that’s what you want, don’t bother. But, if you want an education on what wine making used to be before some made wine making a science experiment, stop in and experience clean, beautiful wines. We bought a half dozen and joined their club!
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