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Winderlea Vineyard and Winery, tasting room, Dundee, OR
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Bill Sweat and Donna Morris have impeccable taste in architecture and food, and make some really amazing wines. Winderlea's tasting room overlooks the Ana and Winderlea vineyards (the former Goldschmidt vineyard), both famous for their exceptional fruit.
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