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Stopped by yellow barn winery on our way up to thousand islands.
Had never been so wanted to check it out.
I wouldn't say it was a waste of time but won't go back due to the woman behind the counter acted slightly annoyed to...More
Tasting consisted of seven wines for $5.00 and you get to keep the souvenir glass. Not a bad deal eh? It gets a little strange though since there are only oyster crackers for between selections and the glass was not rinsed out. Our hostess had...More
This was perhaps the most bizarre winery experience I've ever had. The interior has a very small tasting bar, attended by one person in a hoodie sweatshirt and jeans, who did not seem to want to be there at all. Now for the rest of...More
Wasn't all that impressed initially. Looked like someone was selling a few bottles of wine along with an attic/cellar full of yard sale items. Wine is decent, souvenir glasses are nice. One stop was enough unless they get a head of steam and turn this...More
Second trip to pick up some favorite selections. Cold day but was open by chance so we were the only ones in the location. We were welcomed and were notified of the seasonal wines that were going to be harder to find because the harvest...More
Appropriately named winery as you can't miss the "yellow barn tasting room". My husband & I enjoyed tasting 10 of their wines. Lots of cool throw back items on display and an eclectic array of little gifts and collectibles. Definitely worth popping in for a...More
Anytime we're in Watertown, NY we try and stop to get a couple bottles. Kinda pricey. Now she has souvenier type items. **Call before you go tho**. Weird hours and matter of fact we called but nobody answered. Ugh. Had to go back.
Stopped in for a tasting of their wines. The clerk behind the desk seemed irritated that we interrupted her. We asked about tastings and she barked "four dollars per person" and ducked her head under the counter. Not very welcoming at all.