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The real draws to this place are the outdoor activities, the welcoming atmosphere, the gathering spaces, the outdoor grills, and, oh yes, the wines. It's a friendly place with great servers and patrons. It's a one of a kind in the Tahoe-Truckee area.
Not sure what all the chatter was about this place, it was only ok to average at best, we went because we had a voucher for a bottle of wine, had we not had that, we probably wouldn't have gone. Once there, we struggled to...More
We had the $5 and the $10 tasting. The wines were well done. Many patrons also were enjoying the craft beers that the winery teamed up local breweries. The Saturday evening crowd was enjoying games in the yard and others were seated at numerous tables...More
Such a relaxing place. Only about 5 minutes from downtown Truckee.
Bocci ball & bean ball toss games in yard.
Great outdoor tables....to gather around with family and friends. Many people brought their friendly dogs as well.
Good variety of wine and paninis to eat....More
Found this place by accident as I am not a big wine drinker however we decided to drop in and check it out.
They had a very friendly staff which was welcoming in there quaint little tasting room. I like that they served food, had...More
On our brief time in Truckee we stumbled upon their wine tasting sign a d decided to give it a try. My girlfriend and I shared a $5 tasting of five of their regular wines. We enjoyed trying one white, three reds, and a port....More
Since it was the only winery in the area of Tahoe, we made the trip when we were in Truckee. What a cool place. I wish I had time to enjoy the outside games in the evening, The staff was really helpful and the red...More
We stumbled across this winery traveling from Northstar to Truckee and saw the sign for a winery. Initially, we hesitated as we both thought that Truckee was not a grape growing region and had no idea what to expect, so being adventurous, we had to...More