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This winery opened in 2017. There is a brand new "barn" with tables and wine tasting. The outdoor... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
mn984
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Lebanon, Connecticut
New winery with some potential.

This winery has been open for two years with this being the first year on the wine passport. That... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2018
Curious_Chemist
,
Connecticut
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Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Excellent wine (especially the reds!), wonderful setting, and knowledgeable staff. Would definitely return with friends to check out the full selection available. Beyond great wine, the staff and location made me feel 'at home'; a feeling hard to capture for new wineries. Looking forward to returning!

Thank Max G
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Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Beautiful new vineyard. The wines are great and the views are lovely. The outdoor patio is nicely done and has tables so you can bring along your own cheese and crackers to complement the wine.

Thank aquarius695
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Reviewed 9 July 2018

This winery opened in 2017. There is a brand new "barn" with tables and wine tasting. The outdoor stone patio is beautiful and they have live music on Friday evenings. You are able to bring your own food and enjoy it along with their many fine wines. Give it a try if you are in the area.

Thank mn984
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Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

I had read that this winery gives a generous pour, so I immediately thought of my son-in-law who likes to gently rob the pourers at other wineries. Boy would he be thrilled, or so I thought. This location doesn’t look like much from the road, but the location is quite lovely once you near the tasting room. While everyone was friendly it did take while for patrons to get noticed, us as well as those that came after us. And the actual tasting was a bit disorganized: there are two counters separated by a wall, but they only have enough wine open to serve one counter. A few times our server was getting our bottles organized and someone from the other side came and grabbed the bottle he had just opened. Not a big issue it just slowed things down and caused us to be in different places in our tasting (3 of us finished after our 4th person). Oh, and those generous pours, too much. Even my sil couldn’t drink it all. The awkward part is there were no buckets to dump it in if you couldn’t or didn’t want to finish a sample. We didn’t love the wines (except the last red on the list) but we got a bottle to drink on the patio. It’s lovely out there but it is unfinished so watch your step ( and if you’re one of those people who thinks kids and wineries mix (FYI they don’t) watch them carefully on the deck). Overall an ok experience, though our pourer was very knowledgeable and friendly.

Thank 267denisec267
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

This winery has been open for two years with this being the first year on the wine passport. That is actually how we discovered the location. The wines here are semi sweet to dry and were all quite good.

However, to keep us coming back something needs to wow us. There are just too many wineries with good wines. The red wine called Marquette delivered that wow factor. It is a very rich and flavorful dry red and we drank a bottle of it that night.

There is a great view from the patio as well that makes for a rocking sunset view. There is still construction going on as it is a new facility but that doesn't mar the view. With more wines coming out later this year, we will be making a return visit for sure.

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