Look for this sign if you are coming from I-84
The building they use for tastings
You can wander among the vines or take a walk out to The Thinking Tree and sit on a bench underneath it surrounded by tall grass the blows in the breeze. It is a very peaceful setting.
Nice area for picnics
The Thinking Tree
Ok on to the wines!!!!
Logo is inspired by the Thinking Tree
2009 Pinot Gris - This is actually my favorite type of white wine and Cassidy Hill did not dissapoint. It was everything a pinot gris should be, light, fruity, almost slightly citrusy, that feels effervescent on the tounge. Consequently, this is the only bottle of wine we bought the whole day.
Winding Brook - It was oaky but a pleasant oaky. A little fruity, not too sweet.
2009 Coventry White - Not overly sweet, citrusy notes
Jet's Red - Named after the vineyard dog, it had clove undertones and is made with blueberries, although I couldn't taste them. The clove was a different touch than you normally see in reds.
They were also releasing a riesling the next day, but we didn't get to sample that.
Trying the Jet's Red
Also note: they usually have live music on Friday nights, so if you are in the area, stop by for a glass!