Vinicola Goes, Sao Roque

#1 of 9 in Wineries in State of Sao Paulo
At Vinicola Goes you'll sample the fruit of the vine in style. The grounds offer tastings and shopping, but also tours of the vine themselves and a surrounding landscape that makes the bouquet from your glass smell that much sweeter. While you are tasting and shopping for that perfect bottle, the kids will find games and activities just for them.

End your luxurious day with more excitement for the senses at the on-site restaurant. The menu boasts a traditional fare of meat, rice, and rich sauces that will partner perfectly with a spicy red vine. Plan to visit Vinicola Goes during your Sao Roque vacation using our convenient Sao Roque online visit planner .
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  • Very beautiful place for photos, eating or shopping. Winery is very beautiful ... has pond with Koi pond where children can feed them. Shops selling souvenirs, snacks and liqueurs, as well as a playground. Has a restaurant and a bar, but we didn't. And his own vineyard where you can shop and wine accessories (common places)
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  • We did visit monitored, aware of the stages of manufacture of the wine, we know the history of the factory our 4 types of GOIs, wine and we won the Cup. The staff treated us very well. We recommend. It has a beautiful Lake with various environments to take photo. I suggest you arrive before the first visitor is the 10:30 (lasts around 1:00), then majorly. Just do not recommend for children, is a little massante because need to remain silent, the kids get restless, end up taking other people's attention.
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  • Very spacious and very beautiful. Wonderful to rest and spend the afternoon. Quite full though, as there's plenty of room, don't become uncomfortable. Only annoying thing is that the shop is quite messy because of the intense movement, virtually impossible to carry over there. We did the tour. It wasn't bad, but I expected more of the production process, do not spend most of their time sitting at the table. Very good drinks and great space for leisure.
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  • Very cool place, a history lesson about grapes and wines. Great to go and enjoy delicious meals in restaurants and wine tasting very good!! Very beautiful place also great option to take pictures pretty cool. A very nice ride, great for taking children too. Ride well worth family. Free parking.
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  • Great ride! The visit to the production area costs R per person $35, of which R $10 are reversed in discount for purchases. Are passed information interesting, especially for those who don't know much about wine. Other than that, there are souvenir shops, wide green area and restaurant.
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  • The space of this Winery is amazing, beyond the great Hall where they are sold the wines, has a mini market where it sells various goodies, plus a Lake filled with Koi pond, with a small cachoeirinha. All very charming and maintained. Downside to p, not on the tasting counter counter itself, but to be crowded with people. I was only able to try two wines, because the movement was intense and you have to stick in the middle of the people to choose what they will experience. Variable prices, promotions very good drinks. I think because it is Sunday and by being famous in the region, this movement so great.
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  • very nice, but the prices of the products are more expensive than those found in supermarkets. On site there are restaurant, wine shop, cheeses, a café with outdoor tables, party favors and a liquor store small, but in the parking lot where the bus there is a ladder that leads to the factory of these liqueurs, enjoy the visit and go there.
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  • Very beautiful place and complete, has a vast amount of wines, chops, varied cheeses. And more, as well as with and a beautiful view with a wonderful garden and live music, it also has a lake with giant carp literally and also includes a mini Museum with the history of the winery and wine history in Brazil. Worth knowing
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