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Cute tiny winery, didn't want to do a full tasting as we had a ride to katy ahead of us. Nice place to stop for a stretch break while traveling through. Bought a bottle and will open it for New Years !
This could have been a fun stop but the young woman there didn't really seem to
want to be too welcoming. We weren't offered a tour and we weren't told anything about the winery. Wouldn't recommend a detour to come here. Visited on Dec 8.
Actually, I fail to see where it is an attraction at all. This is an occasionally working, small commercial winery that buys almost all of its grapes from outside of the state. They would be hard pressed to produce a case of wine from their...More
Wines were pretty good. We opted for the nine wine tasting, and found the selections mostly very good. We liked the Chardonnay, the Cab, and the Port.
The grounds are well kept and the location is pretty.
It is located on one place of town that seems taken out of a fairy tale, Beautiful girl tended my wife and me and my netter half ask for a 5 wine test, she was very much impressed with the flavors, and quality. Next time...More
Small tasting room in a picturesque facility. Friendly hostess provided us a variety of vines to taste. Offerings include 5 tastings for $5 or 10 tastings for $10. We also bought a glass of wine to enjoy at the Picnic table outside which gave us...More
Nice winery in an old section of Del Rio. We were in town for a function and decided to see the oldest bonded winery in Texas. Family pictures on display gives the historical perspective. There was a small gift shop, vines growing out back, an...More
We visited close to the end of the day on a Monday. Very cute and quaint place, but there was no tour and small tasting room. Wines were decent but nothing overwhelming. May be worth a stop if you have time to kill, but not...More
Should you find yourself in Del Rio, Texas be sure to take the time to go visit the Val Verde, Winery. Went there for an event while attending a conference and the staff was great, the facilities awesome and the wine was fantastic. Bought a...More