The wine tasting was fun. Definitely a good value and we got to keep our glasses
Beautiful location and amazing wines. The owners are Italian, so they tend to be drier than most American wineries I've been to.
Go during the week if you can - it's not crowded and they'll let you taste their premium wines that they don't taste on the weekends. Don't leave without trying the Nebbiolo!
Love the wine tour!
17 wines for $7 can't beat this deal! Occasionally they add two bruts! Take the free vineyard tour and learn about the history of the vineyard and the process making as well.
Tasting room is beautiful, such a gorgeous setting for a fun afternoon. That said, wines lack depth and interest. Great to taste, no need to buy!
2004 Cabernet Franc (Amazing!)
We had read the reviews and knew what to expect - still an awful experience. Server actually yelled at me to move away from the bar when I tried to ask a question. Do not recommend!!!
The wine tasting was wonderful. We bought two cases of mixed wines.
Recommend the wine tasting. We returned to buy Octagon to age and also Phileo.
This place is the conveyer belt of wine tastings. Your forced to push your way from area to area, than get out of the line to try another wine. Horrible system! You can barely hear the pourers!
21 wines to taste form only a $5 cover on Sundays.
Outstanding wine at a great price- one of the best vineyards of eastern Monticello. They are certainly not stingy on the tastings and they have amazing reds... Not that the whites are bad either!
Try the nebbiolo, the cab franc and the octagon, cheers!
Some of the best wines that I have tried in a long time. Especially the reds! The Cab Franc and the Merlot Reserve were my favorites.
Amazing wine and prices
awful awful wine
Great value, pretty setting, but the fruit flies are SWARMING in the tasting room all over the bottles, counters, merch in the gift shop, and woodwork in October.