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This winery has such a wide variety of wines to taste. My friend and I visited last week with our Shawangunk Wine Trail passports, and I bought three bottles of wine! He also sells a very tasty balsamic vinegar, and many different flavors of grappa....More
We visit places like Demarist to, hopefully, meet owners and discover why they're doing what they do. If you're looking for fine wines and a Tuscany tourist experience you'll likely be disappointed. If you enjoy meeting people and sharing their joy, you'll have a great...More
We found the owner charming but I could see how some of the other reviewers could be put off by the experience. This is not the place to go for wine aficionados but it was interesting. The wines aren’t the best we have tasted but...More
This place is awful. Absolutely disgusting. We are not wine snobs... but this guy is on drugs. The wine smelled like vinegar. The absolutely tasted like it was open a year ago and left in the sun. Undrinkable.
He would pour it so sloppy... he...More
Lovely older couple runs a small old fashioned winery. He works it all himself. His wife is his helper and they are wonderful to talk to. They are not your common type of hosts. If you are looking for the typical experience this is not...More
website said open daily 11-6....sign said open daily 11-6...flag said open...not open...rang the bell....no one around...poor business ethic....but it all worked out because we went to another winery right up the road and that was excellent....
My boyfriend and I went here because we ordered those wine passports and this was on it. We live close to Warwick so we were surprised that we have not heard of this place. Anyway we pulled up and saw the vineyard and thought wow...More
Save your gas.
The old man is nasty, acts like hes doing you a favor.
We came for the "wreaths and fineries" this weekend. The place is nothing more than a large room full of grappa for sale and an old grouchy man behind the...More