very nice place. I was compelled to write a quick review to mention that I was at Buttonwood recently, and tastings were indeed $10. Same price as nearly all the other wineries in town. The wine was great and the people were nice. I even brought home a case to go with my free glass. Anybody that can find a way to have a bad time while wine tasting needs an attitude adjustment.
Shady Service! Cheap Tasting Wine!. SHADY! My husband requested 2 tastings and handed the guy a $20. The guy took the money and didn't give us back our change, so we figured the tastings must be $10 each. It wasn't until I overheard the tastings were $7.50 that I demaded my change back. Who tries to rip you off at a winery? It was supposed to be classy, but it was KLASSY. There are too many other good wineries in the area like Blackjack Ranch to put up with that nonsense. The wine wasn't great either...most made me wince. It tasted like the cheap kind they serve at bad weddings that give you the hangover from hell....
Slow-paced, family-run working farm and winery known for great value vintages, sensational summer peaches and gorgeous gardens..
Family-owned since the late 1960s, the 106-acre farm was originally designed for horse breeding, but gave way to the increasing grape-growing trend 20 years later. Now home to 39 acres of vineyards and seven varietal plantings--including the signature, limestone soil-sprung Sauvingnon Blanc, it produces about 7,500 cases a year in total. The tasting room is quaint and welcoming; with a small selection of trinkets and seeds for sale; the gardens feature native plants and an expansive meadow for picnicking, strolling and the occasional marriage proposal.
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