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Latest Winery Visits

Tabor Hill Winery and Restaurant (added May 20, 2011)
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Peterson and Sons Winery (written May 20, 2011)
Wine: 3 stars Winery: 1 stars Ambiance: 1 stars
Reading the comments I have to laugh...because I too experienced this winery and the gentleman running it. However, I was told about him by a friend so I knew going into it what to expect and so I went and had a good laugh. He calls himself the wine nazi and he is rude but if you go into it with an open mind and just laugh it off, it is an experience you will never forget and I mean never. I will say I like some of his wine and I think this is because it is sulfate free and is very smooth. Enjoy your visit-- it is an interesting one.....

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