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Feb 22, 2011
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J. Maki Winery (written Feb 22, 2011)
Wine: 1 stars Winery: 1 stars Ambiance: 1 stars
This place was the worst tasting I have ever had. I should have known when they said you need to buy a bottle of WAY over priced wine or pay $30 for a tasting. But I felt a little odd just walking out so my husband and I stayed. The owner was the rudest and sexist jerk I have ever met. He served us the stingiest tastings while making these sexist remarks to me that because I was a woman I probably only like sweet white wine or that I could handle their Pinot. He also made some rude comment about Asians. Not cool at all. I have been to dozens of tasting and Havv traveled to France and have never been so insulted and felt so horrible leaving this place. Don't go here ever!!! Oh and he speaks so highly of himself and how he grows all his own grapes yet calls HIS sparkling wine champange!!! Umm get off your high horse, anyone knows that's not correct. Horrible place with horrible people and over price wine from the few drops I was allowed to taste.

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