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Sarah's Vineyard (written Oct 25, 2009)
Wine: 1 stars Winery: 1 stars Ambiance: 1 stars
Well, the wine here is okay, but the service leaves something to be desired. Also, look out for the fruit flies. We found them landing in our wine glasses & caraffes at least a dozen times. When my wife took her glass up to get a new one and said "Could I please have another glass, it appears that a few flies have found their way into my glass," the woman gave her a new glass with no apologies, eye contact or common courtesies. Also, beware of "renting" the tasting room, as it will cost $250 for any more than 20 people. For that fee, Sarah's Vineyard will do absolutely nothing and provide absolutely nothing. They will not even give you the entire room, so what the $250 pays for is a mystery. After spending the large amount of money to end up renting two rows of tables for a party, I called the owner to discuss their policies and gain an understanding for what we were charged and I was told "to try throwing a party in my own house next time" and "then don't come back here in the future" and was hung up on. It appears that when your business is doing okay, treating your customers with respect is no longer a necessity. Go to Wolf Creek Winery in Norton instead - the wine is better, the staff is friendlier and there are no fruit flies!

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