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190 Vineyard Drive, Weston

Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Lambert's Winery, (Up to 45% Off)

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Promo Code SAVE. Ends 4/21.


A winery made from hand-cut stones, located in Weston, provides a beautiful locale for the viewing and tasting

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11 ratings11 reviews1 photos
March 22, 2021
Great experience, great wine, beautiful area, fun and knowledgeable employees and owner
1 ratings1 reviews
February 20, 2021
Nice hidden gem in WV...and Brittany is the bomb, per the other reviews!
2 ratings1 reviews
January 17, 2021
Wonderful atmosphere, tasty wines, and knowledgeable hostess (Brittany). The 4 of us enjoyed the afternoon near fireplace with some wine, cheese, and good conversations. Bought a couple of bottles to enjoy at cottage over the weekend. Highly Recommended!
11 ratings3 reviews
November 30, 2020
It was a wonderful experience and beautiful scenery. They were very friendly and personable with everyone. Made you feel very welcomed . The wine tour was enlightening and the tasting was delicious. Would visit again if I am ever in the area again.
12 ratings1 reviews
November 23, 2020
Great wine, great property, will definitely return. Even beautiful in cooler temperatures because of the lovely outdoor fire place. 5 stars!
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November 22, 2020
The place was beautiful; the wine was delicious, especially the blackberry wine; the employees were super friendly and knowledgeable; Mr. Lambert was so nice and has much to be proud of
11 ratings9 reviews
November 15, 2020
Everyone was very nice and helpful
20 ratings3 reviews
November 2, 2020
We enjoyed everything about our visit! There were several nice spaces to sit outside and a heater and fireplace to keep us warm. The wine was great- we had the Cabernet. We even bought a bottle to go! (Pro tip to those staying at at Stonewall- don’t pay their crazy wine prices!!) We also enjoyed our tour, it was very interesting to see the whole bottling process. Staff was great too!
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About This Deal

Two options available:

  • $24 a winery tour and tasting for two people ($44 value)
  • $12 a winery tour and tasting for four people ($22 value)
  • Tour and tasting also includes a cheese and cracker tray, souvenir wine glasses, and corkscrew

Wine Aeration: Breathing Out the Bad

Whether you swirl it, decant it, or leave it out, wine is changed by interaction with the air around it. Learn how its flavor transforms for the better with Groupon’s guide to aeration.

Drink wine with seasoned oenophiles and you may notice some strange rituals: lots of sniffing, swirling, and slurping usually takes place before they reach the bottom of the glass. They may even uncork the bottle and leave it out for an hour or two, or perhaps pour it into an oddly shaped vessel or through a futuristic-looking spigot. This is called aeration, or simply letting the wine breathe.

The latter description may actually be more precise. Aeration exists not so much to let air in as to let other stuff out—namely, sulfides, sulfites, and tannins. Sulfides are a natural byproduct of the winemaking process, and although wineries strive to keep them out of the finished bottle, they’re impossible to avoid completely. Although nearly 100 types of sulfides can be found in wine, there are only 10 that mess with a wine’s aroma. Uncork a wine with these compounds and you’re liable to smell anything from rotten eggs to burnt rubber. Sulfites, in contrast, are a class of antioxidants added by winemakers to keep products from spoiling, aging unpredictably, or growing up to hang out with wine coolers. Many believe they mask desirable flavors that might otherwise develop over time, or they may simply release a burnt smell upon uncorking.

Tannins, the third sip-spoiling culprit, impart a bitter flavor and an astringent mouthfeel. When you bite into an unripe banana or a raw walnut, tannins are what you taste; plants produce this molecule as defense against being eaten before their seeds are ready to be spread. Tannins come from the grape’s seeds, stem, and skin—which is why red wine is generally more tannic—but also from the wooden barrels the wine is aged in. Tannins help give reds character, but they can also can dominate the palate and overwhelm subtler notes.

Wine aeration seems to help break down these readily vaporized compounds, opening up the bouquet and bringing forth more pleasing flavors. Although the traditional method is simply to open the bottle and leave it out for one to two hours, a bevy of aeration tools helps those who can’t wait for that first sip. Wide-bottomed decanters expose the wine to oxygen by increasing its surface area and its motion while also allowing the sediment that clouds many older vintages to settle. Other devices fit on or into the bottle in order to swirl and expand the wine during the pour. In general, the older and more delicate the wine, the less aeration time it will need—leave it out too long and the delightful complexities and inspiration to start speaking French will begin to drift away as well.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Closed on Sundays January-March. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). Valid only for option purchased. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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