So we're driving along the dirt road to get to the winery and I absentmindedly passed it up. Suddenly, I heard "Hey man, you missed it." Fran and I looked around wondering who said it only to find....
Larry the llama pointed the way back to the winery. Thanks Larry!
Anyway, as an anti-theist of the Dawkins school I was a bit taken about when we walked into a place which had Bible quotes on the wall. The tension of a guy with a goat skull tattoo on his wrist walking in was broken by the friendly house dog coming up to say hello. The woman working was friendly enough, but we were clearly not terribly welcome outsiders in a place where we didn't belong, so we didn't linger.
Here's our notes:
Valiant - Grapey, every so slight tannins and even a bit dry, but basically this sort of tasted like a dry wine of the Concord variety.
906 - Tasting almost exactly the same as the Valiant, a cherry quality comes through but that's about it.
Glory Bee - A wine made of peaches, honey, and ginger that's actually extremely tasty.
Confection - Almost like a cherry port, fairly strong, and fine for a powerful cherry wine.
Basically, the products here are aimed more for the fruit wine drinker. They're not "bad" at all, but it's just operating as a different type of place than most of the places we hit on this trip. We won't be back, but we wish Larry well!