We purchased a Living Social Deal for a tour of the winery and tasting. On the way I read reviews and was nervous about what I was getting into. It was a rainy day but the staff was prepared to take us out if the weather permitted. The man who led our tour was extremely knowledgeable and had worked there for years. He told his story of how the Clay family took him in and gave him an education in the wine business. He explained how they grow the grapes in the Pennsylvania climate. His grandson tagged along and was absolutely adorable.
When we got back from the vineyard we were able to see some of the machinery they use to make and bottle the wine. We got to taste ten different wines and were told a lot about them. I don't think there's one question our guide could not answer.
This is not a large corporate winery. There are only a few employees and it's very family oriented.
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