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This winery was surely not the norm. There's no grapes, everything on the property is very old like tables & barrels that are stacked on one another. The owner, Bill was nice. Wine tasting was ok. It was nice to keep the glass we got...More
We have been to San Dominique Winery/Garlic Paradise several times. We have even made the 200+ mile trip to attend one of Bill's Special dinners. Bill is very personable and we have always had a pleasant experience and good conversation. Appreciate the variety of sauces...More
The reason to not go here is not because it is kind of awkward to get to (which it is) or that the facilities are poor (which they are) but that this place is no longer a decent and relaxing establishment to stop and get...More
Great wines, and a significant history as told by the owner. A small store stocked with Italian food products ranging from the owners own recipes to authentic italian pasta. worth a stop if your passing from phoenix to Flagstaff. 1 minute off the freeway......
When traveling to Arizona, a person doesn't normally set out to tour wineries. Over the past number of years, the wineries have grown and matured and there are some wineries around Sedona making some well crafted wines. This winery is not one of them. It...More
This unique winery is situated 9 miles south of Camp Verde.(Cienega Creek, Cherry, Arizona) Situated in Yavapai Country, take the Interstate Hwy 17 and Arizona State Route 169. Cellar master ( Bill Staltari), stunning hospitality and great delicious food are served. Garlic Paradise ..... specialize...More