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Simon Creek Vineyard & Winery (written Sep 05, 2008)
Wine: 1 stars Winery: 1 stars Ambiance: 2 stars
From the photos on their website, my wife and I expected an idyllic, rolling hillside vineyard for our first trip to Door County...that's where the deception began. The "largest vineyard in the state" is mostly dead twig-like vines and imagine our suprise when there wasn't a hill in sight! Folks, Door County is flat. Now then, where's the photo from? Next came the tasting room, not bad looking. Then the wine...what can I say other than it didn't approach fair, let alone good. We drink 4 bottles of good wine a week and have vowed to not ever drink this stuff again. We gave 2 bottles to our mailman for christmas rather than pouring them out! Incidentally, their ill trained staff spilled the beans "we don't make it, we ship it in from out of state". Quite the experience, don't you think? Save your money and go to California.

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