I really enjoyed our time at this little winery. The owner (I think his name was Alistair?) was a lovely, softly gentleman who in spite of his quiet manner had a lot to say about all the kinds of things one wants to hear when wine tasting. He explained to us why bottles are shaped the way they are, briefly identified the 12 or so aromas you don't want to smell when tasting wine & then proceeded to explain to us what inspired (which was more often than not the Loire region in France) each of the wines he had to offer us. It really is a family affair, with his daughter coming out to say hi and his wife and grand children in a nearby room. The wines were tasty, particularly the whites - I grabbed myself a really nice fume blanc.
Apparently they will be releasing a mead (honey wine) later this year and celebrating with a jousting tournament. How fun!
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