Kiamie Wine Cellars is the complete antithesis of opulent wine drinking - . This magical little place is basically a shed that three friends converted into a tasting room and started inviting the public in to drink with them. The grapes actually come from the neighboring vineyard, but they make the wine themselves on the property, and it’s very good. If you want an unaffected wine-drinking experience in a classic rural setting, make Kiamie a priority. And be sure to feed the pet goat when he saunters by.
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