Cardinal Hollow Winery in West Point, PA
November 9, 2012. Today we met Rob Boyd, who gave us a tour of the new winery in West Point.
We were very impressed to say the least. First of all, at 9000 square feet, the place is BIG.
This is the wine bar where we'll be sampling the wine during the grand opening.
Plenty of seating. The tables are supported by real barrels.
A lamppost and a fountain. Behind the bar.
The view from the balcony.

The winery controls every aspect of production, fermentation, bottling, storage and temperature. Because of this the amount of sulfites in Cardinal Hollow wine is a fraction of what is in commercially produced wine.


There are over 20 varieties of wine
as well as wine related products and
gifts. We thought the battery powered
corkscrew was pretty cool.


So how does the wine taste? We're no wine connoisseurs, but we thought it was great.
 I had to ask, "How do you make apple wine? Why doesn't it turn into cider?"
Stop by and find out!