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Pueblo Anozira Shopping Center 1825 E Guadalupe Rd Tempe, AZ 85283
1825 East Guadalupe RoadUSArizonaTempe85283
Bar, Wine Store
Wine Store
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Monday ClosedTuesday 3:00 – 10:00 PMWednesday 3:00 – 10:00 PMThursday 3:00 – 10:00 PMFriday 12:00 – 11:00 PMSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 PMSunday Closed
Urban winery featuring wines made onsite. Large selection of AZ wines too. Tasting room open Tues -Sat. Wines solds by flight, glass or bottle. Appetizers available. Live music Wed/Thurs 7-9:30
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"I also ordered a cheese plate that featured 4 different types."
"The wine tasted so bad that my husband spit it out."
"The staff was fun and service was great."
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Nathan Baker
2 years ago
Everything my wife and I want in a wine bar. The regulars are friendly, the service is great, and best of all the wine is excellent. The servers are very knowledgeable about wine, and generous with the sampling they allow. I'll just describe to them what I crave, and they'll recommend a few selections for me to taste before I settle on one. We have probably been to Studio Vino every other week since we moved to AZ in June.
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Seth Hudson
a year ago
I started going to Studio Vino last summer - I actually stumbled upon Studio Vino from Google Maps. After a few visits some friends and I decided to bottle wine. It was an absolute blast. Once I finished the wine I made, I plan on going through the wine making process again. The wine is young but good.
A Google User
4 years ago
The Customer Service was horrible-- After making reservations over a month in advance we were jammed in to a corner and were treated as though we were an inconvenience-- Our waitress,who advised us she was also the owner, rushed us and multiple times answered her phone while serving us-- She acted annoyed when we asked questions and hurried us through our tastings-- At one point we advised her that this was a special occasion and that we felt like we were inconveniencing her and her reply was that perhaps we would like to reschedule and come back at different time as she needed to prepare for a larger party was coming in within the next 15 minutes!! The owner advised us she was in business to make money-- We felt like showing her our receipts from Napa Valley over the past 20 years! They for sure lost money on us and we will discourage anyone from visiting them in the future-- wonder why we even made reservations-- As for the wine, it is terrible--While the grapes are from Northern California, none of the wines are aged more than 3 months! By no means is this even close to a true wine making experience--If you are a serious wine drinker, don't waste your time as the wines served are headache waiting to happen- If you are a novice stick with nice box of wine!
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David Thompson
3 years ago
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Alison O
2 years ago
While dating my now-husband, he took me on a romantic date to Studio Vino. We had a good time tasting and making our own wine. We decided to use the wine we made to serve at our rehearsal dinner, when the time came. Just over a year later, we emailed them with our ideas for the label; unfortunately, six weeks later we had still not heard back. So we emailed them again; still, there was no response. My husband called a few weeks later and talked to a rude gal who seemed confused about whether we had wine there. She told him she would call back—but no call came. I called back a few times and left messages—during the final message I said, “I’m starting to believe that you have lost or sold our wine.” At that point, Kari did call back and scheduled the first of two appointments to come back in and bottle the wine (the labels were not made in time for the first appointment). As we came into the back room to bottle our wine, my husband made the comment to me that the label he made for the barrel was gone. My husband has a very unique handwriting—the new label’s handwriting looked nothing like his. After we bottled the wine, Kari allowed us to try it. It tasted like spoiled grape juice. She also tried it and said that sometimes when you disturb the wine it tastes funny until it settles. I don’t know much about wine and we were so happy to finally have our wine that I didn’t say anything. Needless to say, we decided to bag the rehearsal-dinner-wine idea. A few nights ago, we opened up one of the bottles. The wine tasted so bad that my husband spit it out. It was worse than before—barely edible. I am so disappointed in the quality of our wine—which was supposed to be a romantic and celebratory tradition for the two of us. I am confident that the wine we bottled was not the wine we made. This wine never went through the fermentation process, which left us with awful-tasting grape juice and sugar. We wish the studio was honest with us. Not only were our hopes crushed, but this process cost us hundreds of dollars. Do not go to Studio Vino.
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A Google User
4 years ago
I started going to Studio Vino last summer - I actually stumbled upon Studio Vino since it's next to the Bikram Yoga Studio. After a few visits some friends and I decided to bottle wine. We started the wine making process in October and bottled in March. it was an absolute blast. Once I finished the wine I made, I plan on going through the wine making process again. Kari, the owner, has been an absolute delight. I enjoy going to Studio Vino so much, I am now a SV member. The wine is young but good -
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A Google User
4 years ago
Studio Vino is a small urban winery in Tempe. I had passed by it before and decided this time to stop in and see what it was all about. I sat up front at the bar with another couple. In the center of the room was a large tasting table with about 10 guests; there was a group sitting at the sofa along with 4 other people at a separate table. I ordered 2 flights (3 small pours each) to try the different wine produced at Studio Vino. I ordered 3 reds which included an great blend and then tried some of the fruit infused wine. All were very good, maybe the fruit wines a little too sweet for my palette but probably would be great with lunch. I also ordered a cheese plate that featured 4 different types. They have other small plates available and can even order from the Italian Bistro a few doors down and have it delivered. As I sat there drinking my wine the man sitting next to me proposed to the girl he was with. The winery had created a special wine label for him and put it on a bottle of her favorite Studio Vino wine. It was a picture of him holding a sign "Will you marry me?" She said yes and the winery erupted in applause. As the night went on I was told that the group of 10 were tasting wine to decide what varietal they were going to make and learned that you can make your own batches of wine here. As small as 14 bottles per batch. After they finished tasting they went in the back and created their wine. It would be 3 months or more before they came back to bottle it. During that time they would create their own special label. What a great way to commemorate a special event. I had a great evening, great wine and a really unique experience. The staff was fun and service was great.
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