First visit here my wife and I were amazed at the view, covered brick patio, and tremendous wood-fired pizzas and fresh salads. If you love farm to table with fresh ingredients you should visit. They had a few wines that were pretty decent more on the semi-sweet to sweet side especially their Strawberry wine. I was not impressed with their dry reds like chambourcin and Norton. I was pretty shocked their wines were so pricey for the quality and caliber. They should price them $15-$25/bottle tops.
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