• Dawn LeFevre

Stone and Key Cellars

Stone and Key's website promised sweet wines, live music and even hard cider so I had high hopes for this Montgomeryville, Pa. winery. And then I pulled up to the drab industrial building that housed their tasting room. Shrugging off the sinking feeling in the base of my stomach, my husband and I flagged down the indifferent hostess, coughed up $5 apiece for four measly pours and dove into the mediocre hard ciders and unremarkable wines as we shivered on our bar stools. Due to the dank, unfriendly nature of the tasting room, we didn't stick around for the live music.


What rocks: they offer live music

What's a drag: pretty much everything else

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