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They could sell more wine if the person in the tasting room had a personality instead of being a cranky old man. I think that had the person leading the tasting had a personality then the wine would have seemed even more worth purchasing.
Tried calling twice before heading over to Pina and it went straight to voicemail, with a note saying the mailbox was full - no chance of speaking to someone. We went there, seeing a sign on the Silverado trail which read 'new release' and had...More
I had asked a wine consultant which winery would he visit if he only have one to choose for the wine; he suggested Pina. We had driven by it numerous times but the appearance never compelled us to visit. The Pina tasting room is really...More
No glitz, no lawn, or bloated expression of wealth. Just a simple barrel room with one stunning wine after the other. Simply presented so you can make your own decision with out pressure, or distracted by fluff. Always one of my fav stops. Can get...More
Out of the 4 wineries visited this was our least favorite in terms of wine and ambience but the lady who was serving was very funny so it scores an average score. Would not go out of your way to go there.
We were disappointed. There is potential here being a multi generation winery and some good tasting red wines. However their presentation just does not compare to many of the other wineries in the valley. The tasting room is very small in the wine storage area....More
Well a serious flat tire brought us to this little unexpected Gem of a tasting room. We were greeted by a lovely gal who was easily managing the crowded tasting room. She delighted us in a variety of whites to reds with an emphasis on...More