We tasted in the "non-children" barn. They had a greeter who was nice enough and gave us a quick run down of the layout. Went downstairs and did tasting around large counter with many others. The information on the wines was pretty much a memorized and spit back out synopsis. Enjoyed the Rose and the Malbec. Tastings were pretty high for the tiny pours and were not waived with purchase.
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