As wineries go, Kirkwood has a much different feel. No long, polished wood bar in a stunning, high-ceilinged tasting room with shining fixtures and smiling bartenders ready to give you the provenance of every grape that touches their bottles. No wine tasting 'flight' presented on a spiraling iron wine rack, 5 glasses to each rack. Not here. This is a small, laid back, country store atmosphere winery in a farming area with smiling folks happy to see you, though not able to answer many questions about their products, at least not on the day of our visit. Most of their wines are fruit-based and on the sweet side that I saw. Their website references many others, dry and semi dry, and provides an explanation of all. I just didn't see them displayed. They have a mead that we decided to try as well as an elderberry wine. They also carry a WV bourbon from a distillery which looked very interesting.
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