Part of a food tour, we were served 3 wines, a pinot grigio, a chambroucin and a catawba. We were also served some bread, a tomato basil jam, and some cheese. The wines themselves were alright, but the manager made a great effort teaching us about pairing, dryness and the five Ss of wine tasting. I would go for the experience and buy some of the wine, but not all of it.
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