The Cummins Creek Vineyards has been with the Aschenbeck family for over 100 years. This is more than just a business, but a part of local culture and heritage. While the vineyard has no tasting room, the owners of the vineyard were able to find a partner that transformed the grapes into handcrafted Blanc du Bois wines. Bottles are sold at The Vintage Shop or in farmers markets and festivals.
Whistling Duck Winery and Vineyard is located a little “off-the-beaten-path” but once you arrived you will find that it is "certainly a gem". Their "wines are truly unique and each as wonderful as the next". The "2016 Viognier" is "semi-sweet with honey and apricot notes and a touch of effervescence". When you taste the "Chocolate Duck", it is "like drinking a chocolate-covered cherry" and the "aroma is so enticing, like that chocolate cherry, with a bit of muskiness added". These two are just some of the "unique wines" that you can enjoy tasting when you visit this place. They also have "a couple of food platters to go with the wine". You will truly enjoy visiting because "on scheduled Saturday afternoons there is live music and one can sit out on the porch and enjoy the music, wine, and scenery".
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