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What we say:
Putting it politely, the wine is not exactly to Western tastes, but it does make for a somewhat unusual attraction and is on the road to Phnom Banan, for instance. You can also taste their 'cognac' which isn't as bad as the wine, and their juices -- grape and ginger -- are pretty good, but chatting to the entertaining owners is worth a stop on its own.
There's a small show vineyard in the garden which is of interest to local tourists who've never seen grapes growing before while the real vineyards are aside the riverside road. There's a charge of $2 and while the winery is not worth going out of your way for, if you are passing by or interested in how wines are produced in such a tropical climate, it's worth a stop.
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