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This is a great few-hour destination, with friendly staff and generous policies -- you can bring your own picnic and sit inside, covered outside or out on the lawn near the vineyards. On weekends, there are different entertainment groups. I went to hear a jazz...More
The grounds here are smaller but beautiful. The inside of the building is nice and cozy. The wines overall are almost all dry. They have a solid selection here, but nothing jumped out as amazing. The staff was nice and knowledgeable in regards to the...More
Came here on a beautiful fall day and we have a lovely time. It was super crowded, so it was a bit hard to actually get our bottles of wine, but once we did we were happy. There is plenty of outdoor seating, there are...More
Stopped at this winery on the way home from a hike at Enders State Forest- which I also highly recommend. I was not dressed for the occasion but it didn't really matter to anyone. We had the $7 wine tasting-5 wines- and then bought a...More
Return visit with friends. I like that they now check people in along with group size so that people are taken in a timely manner. I did not like being asked more than once to squish in a bit more so they could bring another...More
Sitting on the deck on a fantastic sunny day sipping Stone Wall Red we felt like we could be anywhere in the world, and we have sipped a lot of wine in other countries. Fabulous.
Fun people watching too.
My wife and I have been to a few vineyards in Connecticut, and Lost Acres is by far my favorite. The location is beautiful and peaceful, the staff is friendly and the wine is delicious (and reasonably priced). I like that is does not feel...More