Fox Fire Farms Winery is neither a good winery, nor does it seem to be a farm. It has a nice facility and a few grape vines, but the wines are mostly imported in barrels from various places in California and Oregon (except the Riesling which they claim is like its German namesakes - nonsense, it is nothing like that). The rest of the wines are mediocre to barely drinkable. And, thought the sign on the counter states that tastings are $6.00 per person, the owner told us the for groups over ten, it is $10. When we asked where that we indicated, he said in a condescending manner, "It is on the website".
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