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Milton Vineyard

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"An old sheep farm that was turned into a winery. A patio overlooking a pond and rolling hills, which are lined with grapevines. Cool-climate wines, including Pinot Gris, Pinot Noirs, and Rieslings. Small plates and pizzas. Milton Vineyard is the perfect spot to spend a lazy afternoon on a sunny day. Family-owned Milton Vineyard started offering their Pinot Noirs in 2005. They've been experimenting (Tempranillo, anyone?) ever since. Start with a tasting in the cellar door. Then move outside for lunch with an extra glass of your favorite wine. Hope you don't have too many plans after this. Open: daily Lunch: Friday-Monday"
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