People tend to check in during these times:
Brotherhood, America's Oldest Winery is open daily for Tours and Tastings, April through December, with special events most weekends. Brotherhood is a great place to enjoy award-winning wines in one of the most beautiful historic settings in the country.
Atrocious "service" in the winery. Rude, dismissive attitude from the three employees we had the misfortune to speak with.
Take the tour, try the wines, and eat at the Restaurant. Great Experience
The WORST service EVER!!!
Had a good time very nice
Best winery, great wine and great people!
I have been to wineries across the country but have never received as kind service from tony, our guide, and the staff in the winery. Some of the best wine I've ever had. Left with a smile!
Great experience! Kevin is an awesome guide and made the tour worth wild
When you arrive at winery, you need to go to register to pay for tastings or tours. You will then be given a colored tasting paper that you bring to the bar to do your tasting. Free glass with tasting
Cool place to go on a warm day. A wine cellar!
Tour today was amazing. Our tour guide was very friendly and fun. Very cool to see the old barrels and cellars. Def try the may wine and dry Riesling.
Hell of a tour! Pat knows her stuff, she knows the whole story by heart and obviously loves the place, and wine. She'll give you a few recipes to fit wine in at home in ways you haven't thought of...
Great atmosphere & great wines!
Not bad for an upstate wine.
Even though the signs say the Cafe is open, it may not be. We had this misfortune on a Saturday afternoon. Head to Stop and Shop down the hill for snacks.
Stood around for 15 minutes while there were literally 50 open tables. Host asked if we wanted to sit at the bar......Said no, he proceeded to ignore us. Again, they had 50 open tables. Terrible.
Tour was cool. Bought wine to drink while getting something to eat. You can't bring the wine into the restaurant. They charge you to uncork it and then to drink it. The food was great..service bad
buy a variety case and save 15%. why not?!
Try the Holiday Spiced Wine warm with dark chocolate! Mmmmmm.
Their Riesling is superb, and if you have ever gone to the Renaissance Festival in Tuxedo NY this is where they get their mead from.