We were drawn to this winery because of its more unusual offerings.  The winery was named for the unpublished manuscript by Al Bungart called the “Elves of Bosky Dingle” which had been a family favorite.


Their wine bar, fashioned from oak barrels was quaint and charming.


We sampled all the wines that were available and had an enjoyable visit.  The wines were served warm which we felt did a disservice to a number of them.  In the end, we all agreed that the Rose Du Cru was the favorite.  Its unique flavor made it stand out from the rest and was different from any other wines we had tasted on this trip.