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Sadly we didn't get to the winery. Fyi- motorcycle riders!!!! The roads to the winery are pretty bad!! Not impossible ...as we made it to the opening. However the road going up to the winery is all gravel and steep twists and turns- so we...More
I grew up about 5 miles from the winery and when I visit home now with a friend, I'll show them the area and we usually stop into the winery to grab a local bottle for dinner, however, the tastings are extremely misleading - they...More
We traveled over an hour and a half to get to this winery. The self guided tour is laughable. We went for our samples and were waited on by a rude older woman. State law allows 6 samples. My boyfriend and I each had 3...More
Spent some of the day in Smicksburg with the girls before heading to this winery. I though my city-girl friends were going to soil their pants on the drive to the winery since it's all back roads and such. I couldn't stop chuckling. We passed...More
suzijojn had an attitude about how much "free" wine she could taste" Look Windgate has some of the best wine you will find anywhere in this country.
Amish blush can compete with the "best of them" Eye of the shadow is good as any Italian...More
After driving on less than desirable roads the winery was a big disappointment. The stingy pours in the tasting room were a joke. The "art gallery" was not worth viewing and the snobby lady in antique shop was annoying.
Wineries should be inviting and enjoyable....More