The Abindgon Vineyard and Winery is out in the sticks. I mean it's out there. It took awhile to get to, but it was worth it. It was a lovely drive with some nice scenery and the grounds of the facility are pretty. When you go into the main building, you're met with a lot of knick knacks for sale, but we went for the wine tasting, so we bellied up to the bar. For $5, you could taste six wines. I chose mostly whites and blushes because reds give me headaches, but the people I was with had some of everything. I've got to say, I thought most of the wine was mediocre to average. I was seriously unimpressed with their riesling, which is my favorite type of wine. I did like two of them, and my wife, one of them, so we bought three bottles for $39, which seemed very reasonable. You can take a tour, but we didn't have time. Would love to return for the tour sometime. All in all, probably worth the visit, but you probably won't be bowled over by the quality of the wine.
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