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We were able to take in the tour after our meal from Vinum's across from there (a must go to place for delicious food!). Our guide was able to take us as the last one for the day and it was amazing to hear the...More
We were there for a festival so I don’t think we got to try the best of their wines. The grounds are impressive and the tour we did get which while not the full tour was a highlight. The wines we tried were not very...More
We've been here a few times already and always enjoy the stop. The wine goes by the slogan "America's Oldest Winery", it was started in the early 1800's. They offer scheduled tours into the underground cellars and are led by very knowledgeable tour guides. The...More
The tour was very interesting and informative. The wine tasting was really nice. We got to sample 5 different wines and got to keep our tasting glass as a souvenir. Afterwards, you can purchase bottles of the wines you liked at very reasonably prices. I...More
My wife and I visited Brotherhood Winery on a Friday, in mid-August, for the 11:30 tour and tasting. There was only one other couple on the tour with us, but I've heard that it gets really busy on weekends. If you don't like crowds, you...More
I would like to start this review off with I visited this place on a rainy Monday and a lot of my complaints and issues(service, location of tasting room, bathrooms, etc) were, I am hoping, because of that. It’s a beautiful winery; a little hard...More
Beautiful winery, the wine tasting was fun and informational, the wine was so good & reasonably priced that we bought as much as we could fit in our car, and the cozy charming little restaurant was awesome.
I think they are okay on the property but most likely would not be able to go on the tour in the cellars or in the old church where we do the tastings. You can call and ask them. 845-496-3661. They have outdoor seating so I... More
I think they are okay on the property but most likely would not be able to go on the tour in the cellars or in the old church where we do the tastings. You can call and ask them. 845-496-3661. They have outdoor seating so I think they would be okay there.