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Galleano Winery is a beautiful little spot off the beaten track! Another winery suggest that I go, and I'm so glad they did! When approaching, it looks like a little farm, with antiques all around, but also has cute seating all along the outside. Inside,...More
My husband and I were on the lookout for a place to order wine with personalized labels. We found a listing for wineries and were off in search of this one. It was quaint, a little bit of earlier, gentler days. The staff was friendly,...More
Always fun to visit the historic Galleano Winery. This time we took the winery tour and got to hear a bit of history. We brought our lunch and had wine on the patio. After lunch we did a little wine tasting. Try the Malbec!!! Then...More
I do not drink - but a lady friend does & I brought her here as a way to show her a quaint and pleasant place nestled in the industrial areas that have built-up around this vineyard. The surrounding grounds, vineyard and historic buildings are...More
Galleano Winery is an authentic, historic winery in an area where the rest have all left. If you want to see a part of history, I would definitely stop by since it is located right next to I-15, just South of the 60 Fwy. Their...More
This was a great tasting room experience. We got 5 wines for $5 but they minus the $5 if you buy a bottle of wine. The grounds are beautiful. Definitely worth visiting. They have reds, whites, champagne, zinfandel and dessert wines.
The only wineries still open to the public in this area are Galleano, San Antonio, and Joseph Filippi. The other two are newer tasting rooms, this one is the most historic and picturesque. Also cheap! Wine tasting is $5 but they waive the fee if...More