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Once you've been to Good Luck Cellars, you'll understand how special it is and want to return often to sip back and wine about it.
Every adult deserves a timeout chair, and there's plenty at Good Luck. The covered, wrap-around porch is spacious; it overlooks the vineyard AND Grape Vine Patrol Squad (rescue dogs). There's a fireplace on the porch for chilly days too. When you walk into the large Tasting Room, smells of oak barrels and wine fill the air (or maybe it's the fireplace if it's cold outside) along with warm, wine-ing welcomes from the staff.
Owners Paul & Katie Krop, along with a small staff, hand-plant and hand-harvest grapes that are later hand-crafted (and bottled) on site into Good Luck wines. They grow and nurture twelve grape varieties on 25 acres of the 100-acre vineyard. Paul & Katie are passionate about what they do, and it shows on the faces of those who enjoy their wine.
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$1 per tasting
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