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Diamond is quite possibly one of the best sweet wines I have ever tasted
Try the Vignoles and the Cabernet Franc! Avoid the Zinfandel. Their dessert wines are also interesting, esp the Diamond White.
Tours are at 1pm and 3pm... tastings occur every half hour last one is at 4:30... bring a corkscrew if u plan on buying a bottle to drink while there... law doesn't allow them to open it for you
Getting ready for the season, come in for a tasting... new wines are soon coming out!
Decent wines. They actually grow three grapes on the premises, but you can only taste wines made from grapes grown elsewhere. A little pricey and stingy with the pours, and no discounts for tasters.
So. Many. Wine puns.
I recommend the merlot, and the Riesling is quite pleasant
Great Cab Franc!!! And it's grown here!
Love the Vignole, its a great semi sweet drinking wine for summer. Everyone also loved the pinot grigio. Lovely place to stop at if your near P town.
Enjoyed the wine tasting. $10 to choose 5 of 10 different wines, though you get to keep the glass, normal for the area. Really enjoyed the Chardonnay and the Triumph, which we bought bottles of.
To have a full glass of wine (with their souvenir glass), it's $10. However, if you use the glass from the tasting or bring it from a previous tasting, it's $8.
Buy the tasting ticket before you go on the free tour. That way you can go straight to the tasting afterwards
Bring a piece a paper and a sharpie and you could maybe get in for free for winetasting!
You gotta try the cranberry wine! Yum!
White diamond and cran red are the best!!!
Tastings on the :30, sharp.
A great place to spend a sunny fall weekend afternoon. Love their unoaked Chardonnay. pretty atmosphere and great wines&gift shop. They do tours of the Vineyard, too. Unexpected stop on Cape Cod, but
$8 for a tasting seemed overpriced at first until I found out you keep the glass.
Take advantage of the $8 wine tasting! Lots of info and a complimentary glass!