Vizzini Farms Winery
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800 Co Rd 87 Calera, AL 35040
800 County Road 87USAlabamaCalera35040
WineryToday 10AM–5PM
Friday 10AM–5PMSaturday 10AM–5PMSunday ClosedMonday 10AM–5PMTuesday 10AM–5PMWednesday 10AM–5PMThursday 10AM–5PM
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"Cute winery, food and wine are inexpensive but average quality."
"Waited for 20 minutes at the bistro, never got served, so we left."
"First, we decided to eat brunch."
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Sondra Y Hill -Ward
8 months ago
Businesses need to realize that how you treat your clients on the phone has bearing in their decision to visit and patronize the facility. I just called to get information about a voucher that I bought and did not get a chance to find out if I needed to make a reservation because I was rushed off of the phone. I will be asking for a refund from Livingsocial and will not patronize this facility. I WILL however, continue to to patronize OZAN winery.
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Joel Blackstock
9 months ago
Cute winery, food and wine are inexpensive but average quality.
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Ryan Hollis
a year ago
Waited for 20 minutes at the bistro, never got served, so we left. From the other reviews it looks like we aren't the only ones.
luis landaverde
2 years ago
Really good place to relax!!!
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J Maze
a year ago
I had a great birthday weekend brunch and tour with a group of girlfriends from college at Vizzini Farms Winery at the end of June 2013. The staff was very attentive despite the large size of our group (8 ladies in all). First, we decided to eat brunch. The menu was not very large but everyone enjoyed what they ordered. Personally, I had a great bowl of freshly cooked tomato soup and a delicious vegetable frittata. Next, we made our way to the back of the modest but interesting facility where we received an overview of the Vizzini family history, a lesson about wine-making 101, and the production process. The tour guide was very engaging, funny, and personable over the course of the tour. Finally, we made our way back to the wine bar where we sampled the lovely wines of the Vizzini Farm Winery. I fell in love with a few of the vineyards wines - Tuxedo Junction, Cabernet, and the Peach Chardonnay were my favorites! I must admit that I purchased a few bottles at the end of the tasting :) Overall, I had a great time with my friends and would love to come back again for a small gathering!
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Emily Pollock
3 years ago
Quality was poor. Very poor. My husband and I had the carbonara, which was essentially scrambled eggs over penne, not carbonara. Also, there was no bacon in mine that I could find. My mother-in-law had the frittata, which she said was very bland, and a caeser salad, which was iceberg lettuce with caeser dressing and two croutons. In addition to the AWFUL food, service was slow and spotty at best. We also tried some of the wines, but none of them were enjoyable.
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Nate Strauser
3 years ago
Nice location right off highway would have been great for a quick tasting stop on my road trip. However I gave up after waiting for 15 minutes for some attention from the staff which was apparently overwhelmed with 2 tables. Should be staffed to actually taste and sell wine somewhat effectively.
A Google User
3 years ago
Great food. Great wine. They've changed the menu some, They hired a professional chef and he didn't disappoint. Tried alot of things while I was there, so spent more than expected, but totally worth it. We will be going back once a month for sure.