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Dont expect wine tour poor. Just look at lavander fields outside. Inside just taste d wine. For kids grape juice is ok n d chocolate wine filled. This place usually included in tours. Ao better just buy their products. Its delicious also.
I've given it a generous rating as I'd been walking for about 4 hours and was getting very VERY rained on when I got here. I hung up my drenched jacket and sipped some samples whilst I dried off for half an hour, as bus...More
Coming over to get a feel of what a Japanese winery would be different versus a true chateau in France, it was a fairly big disappointment. There is only a self-guided tour without much to see in the winery, and there is also no tour...More
Best to visit during summer when lavender blooms!! These patches are located next to the building and car park. Otherwise, this is basically a wine tasting cum wine retail location with a bit of history and info on wine production, unlike most other decent cellar...More
We went on a Friday & other than the free wine testing of 2 types of wine, there is nothing to do here. Except for a shop selling wine & some exhibits of wine making & history. We stay here for less than 15min.
The factory offers a couple of options to tour the wine production labelling or just proceed to sample the red and white wines that are available. They also sell the bottles of wine and other wine related products like wine jellies and chocolates. Main highlight...More
The highlight of this winery is the lavender field that isn't filled with tourists unlike Farm Tomita. Photos are a must.
The wine is decent. I think Hokkaido offers much better sake and whisky.
This winery isn't easily reached by public transport. Taxi or the...More