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This place is just legit. The owner has been collecting whiskey for almost 30 years. The place has literally millions of dollars worth of whiskey. I could walk and look at all the bottles on the walls. And when you think you looked at everything, they have a downstairs...also chalk full of baller whiskey. I'm in love. The staff is very knowledgable on the whiskey and also makes great cocktails (if your wife wants something besides whiskey for instance). I for one got some whiskey I haven't had, somewhat of a premium price, but bars like this capture my soul. Take my money. I'll be back.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This is why I love Spain. Tapas are on point. Get the "variation" meat platter and any of the cheeses to accompany. The wine is unbelievable and it's so cheap, it's almost like they're paying you to drink it!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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This place has hours listed as closing at 1830, both on trip advisor, Google, and their website. We showed up at 1805. The gate guard was visibly upset when we pulled up to the gate. He motioned for me to get out of the car to come speak to him. Through hand motions and glaring, he clearly got his point across that we should come by the next day (which we definitely won't be doing). Even when I showed him an email from his company telling us to come by anytime today, he still glared, huffed and waved for us to go away immediately. He then motioned for us that he was going to open his beloved gate and made it VERY clear we were to enter to turn around only. In this day and age this kind of behavior is unacceptable. We were not rude, we were not gruff, we were not late. It'd be a different story if we showed up at 1829, but a 20 min wine tasting right before closing doesn't sound imposing to me. This was also not something lost in cultural translation. Facial expressions don't need much to be interpreted. He treated us like juvenile delinquents on private property. Also, this winery is one of hundreds in the region, at peak tourist season. bro, you're the face of your company and interacting with people from all countries. Waving your arms angrily is very caveman like. Getting frustrated visibly angry and sternly telling visitors to leave, isn't the best way to get folks into your place and enjoy your wine. I'm sure the actual wine is great. But so are the other wineries which we'll be visiting instead.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This place is hands down a must visit if you're in the area. By far the best wines I've tasted in Germany. The owners are masters at what they do and they are extraordinarily friendly and love customers stopping by. I could literally rave about this place for days. The building and house where you taste the wines is eclectic and full of antiques. 5 stars aren't enough. I would give more if Google would let me.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago