We visited Osprey's Dominion as part of a Vintage Wine Tour trip. The other stops on our tour were at small wineries, Osprey's Dominion was the biggest. It was also the only place that charged separately for the wine tasting (only $5 for three wines, so can't complain about that). The problem was that the tasting room was very crowded, and we had to stand at the bar for quite a while before we got the attention of one of the overly busy pourers. And then, we were asked to pick from the menu. We weren't given any background on the wines or any guidance in steering our selection. Pay and pour. I really liked one of the red wines, but never did find out more info about it.
We then brought our wines out to the lawn, where we sat at picnic tables listening to very good music in a nice setting.
I'm sure it's a better experience when it's less crowded.
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