We stopped by for some wine and the place was very charming, farm style and a bit of english cottage in back. The atmosphere was good here except for a moldy wet sponge smell in the tasting room. The first of our tastings was done outside and the last was inside. Outside was much better. Seemed the college kids serving it didn't really get into wine and simply spouted off what they knew (just a gut feeling here). Inside the lady was too engaged in a couple to pay us much attention but it seemed a bit rude. The wines, well I've had worse quality and taste. It wasn't to my liking, dry and not enough body for me. It seems dry is the style in this area though and I've had my share of poorly crafted wine...this was not the case. I liked their Sav Blanc and I usually don't care for it. They had another rose, dry but good character. I would stop by if you are in the area regardless. The reviews seem spotty but you never know unless you try for yourself. Great pics to be taken in the back garden and you can spend as much time relaxing as you like.
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