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It was a very nice place and love looking at the differnent stuff and had a pomegranate drink it was like a margarita with wine instead of the other stuff it was so good and got a glass with it to kee... more »
I basically only have one thing to say basically. If you are a wine drinker or wine consumer this is the place to go. They have wine tasting and an area where people can gather and enjoy the wines tha... more »
There were about 10 of us which 2 were men and did the wine tasting and couldn't decide on one wine, but several, loved the Wine-aritas!! So needless to say we took about a dozen bottles with us along... more »
Shop was okay but overpriced. But, the wine is awful. It was hard to tell by the tasting since they barely give you enough to actually taste. I bought two bottles. So far I have tried to choke down a bottle called Spicy Sheila. It's the worst wine I've ever had. Boone's Farm from my much younger years is better than this. I was going to use the other bottle as a gift but that would be embarrassing. Don't waste your money on the wine. But if you're looking for silly trinkets, this is your place.
Love, love, love this place! It's a nice winery with a free tasting, cute gifts, and reasonably priced wine. They have an outdoor seating area to enjoy a glass of wine-a-rita. The staff is friendly and fun! One of my favorite places to visit when I'm in the area.
Cute boutique. Friendly staff. There was a $3 tasting fee, I'm assuming. I found a separate $3 charge on my statement. The wines we ended up purchasing were only 7%acv. I may have missed a sign, but it would have been a nice conversation to have. We ended up with 3 bottles of wine. They are pretty tasty. However if you like a little kick to your wine and a bigger bang for your buck, you may want to try another winery.
This is a very poor tourist attraction. The wine is poor quality, overpriced, and the help is overly conceited and arrogant.
My dad Ricky Bryan is from Broken Bow and he brought me back two bottles of Island Girls.... by far the BEST wine I have had....Then he broke my heart and said it will be discontinued:( So I will be online ordering ASAP.
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