First, the winery and farm are basically the same place so don't expect an estate winery. Think clean barns with a few chickens and dogs hanging out with a dairy and fields behind it. You get a farm with a wine and cheese tasting offered in a gift shop. I work in agriculture so for me, this was a nice little farm that polished up the place for the public. I wished my farm was that clean. If you haven't seen chickens, rabbits, and cows then this is a good stop for the parents and the kids (informative for kids). They have a little cafe for coffee. The cheese is really good and the fruit wines are really unique because they don't add grapes. We tried some samples and walked around for a bit, maybe an hour or so. I guess with kids it would take longer as it was just my wife and I. They had seating and tables so I assume you bring a small picnic or possibly enjoy their wine and cheese there. Add this before a stop to Coombs Country Market and you could make a nice half day excursion. Go and check it out, as long as you are not expecting an escape to Tuscany or details about the complexities of growing a pinot noir grape you will have a relaxing stop.
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