Keswick Vineyards was our first stop on a recent wine tasting weekend. The tasting fee of $5 bought us sips (and I do mean sips) of eight wines. The samples provided at Keswick were, by far, the smallest I've had at any Virginia winery. All of the wines were quite drinkable, but none really stood out. The winery is quite proud of its Consensus red blend and the process by which it is made. (Keswick's wine club invites teams comprised of its members to the winery once a year for a contest where each team submits a blend of Keswick's reds to a blind tasting. The winning blend is used for the next Consensus bottling.) Our server was very friendly, but lacked a knowledge of the winery or wine industry that would allow her to answer more than basic questions. At the end of the tasting, we didn't feel compelled to buy anything and moved along to our next stop.
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