We stopped in for a tasting and enjoyed the views of the valley and hills while outside. The inside isn't quite as appealing, as it's a very simple, converted house, which doesn't even have the typical historic qualities many tasting rooms seems to have.
But the staff was VERY friendly and appreciative of our visit. They instantly greeted us and were very helpful and knowledgeable (and if they didn't know, they honestly wanted to find an answer).
Their wines were not quite to our liking, but they were far from bad. We would come back in a couple years to try them again with hopes the wines are a little more to our liking.
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