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Westport Winery Garden Resort, Aberdeen
(4.2/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We went today on a whim. The wines are nice and there is a nice selection. I didn't try any of the foods but the menu would be tempting on a return trip. I was pleased by the collection of fun gifts. ...  more »
  • Perfect location for a festive celebration with our family. All of our family were staying at the beach in Westport, WA., only a few miles from the winery. Our son from Denver, Colorado made all the a...  more »
  • This Winery has it ALL! It has wonderful wine, wonderful food & amazing desserts, wonderful artwork interfaced with the labels of the wine on the grounds of the winery. The labels on the wine have man...  more »
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  • The food was good and the service was kind. Although the food is pricey but it is well worth the price. The place is elegant and pleasant. If and when I return I will make plans on returning. Thank you for a great experience!
  • I've been to quite a few vineyards in my time and though each of them have their own beauty - there isn't quite anything that comes close to Westport Winery. The location alone is far out from your typical vineyards, pair that along side a huge garden that boasts beautiful plants, unique artwork, a bocce ball area, over sized chess, and even a little area for dogs to run around off leash, it's more like a mini vacation spot, less a place to sleep. Inside the eclectic shop you will find a big bar area where you can taste all the wines WW&V offers. The owner is a hilariously witty guy that take his time and makes recommendations based upon what you like and not what he's trying to sell. My last visit here the atmosphere was lively and fun, everyone was having a good time. My fiancee even got to jump in a barrel and smash some wine with her feet! Good times with good people made it an awesome first impression. Next time I'm out there I really want to try out their farm to table restaurant which was connected in the same building.
  • Food is overpriced for the quality,and service was slow and unwelcoming. We ordered the " 'shroom steak" both ordered medium rare,came well done. Tough and flavorless except for char. Baked fish and chips were good, but fries were cold and the melted cheese was hard and rubbery. Tomato soup with sausage was delicious. Some really tasty wines, but also very overpriced ,in $25-$35 per bottle range. Total tab for 2 bottles of wine(take home), 3 lunch specials and 3 cups of coffee( also cold,BTW)....$120 .( Wine tasting was $5 for a very skimpy 5 flights, waived if you purchase one or more bottles.) OK, but not worth going out of your way for.
  • We spent about 2 hours at the winery enjoying the gardens and doing a little Geocaching. The food smelled wonderful but we didn't have a chance to partake. Everyone seemed happy with it though. We loved the wines! We're going to make this an annual stop.
  • I have always loved Westport winery. It was one of the first wineries I visited after turning 21 and we've been wine club members for 5 years. I usually have my club wines shipped to me but when we have time we drive to the coast to pick up our wines, have lunch at the winery and spend the day at the beach with our dog. The service in the past was always decent but this time the service in the restaurant was unbelievably bad. Most of the tables were full when we arrived but we were seated immediately. Our server greeted us and the service was okay at first, but after our entrees came she was almost nonexistent. We finished our entrees and waited for her to come by so I could get a box. After 15 minutes, she came to collect our plates and offered to box up my quiche for me, and we ordered dessert. She brought the dessert pretty quickly and I was so distracted I didn't realize that she hadn't brought my to-go box. We finished the dessert and waited for her to return with the check. The restaurant wasn't packed and she came several times to check on another table nearby but ignored us. We are not the type of people to flag down a server so we subtly prepared to leave. We stacked our plates, my husband put his credit card on the edge of the table and I put on my jacket. After at least 20 minutes, we finally went up to the bar to ask to pay and ask for my to-go box and no one even apologized that we weren't helped at the table. Our server ran our card and found my box which she had forgotten about on the bar, and we were finally able to head over to the tasting counter to pick up our wines. I didn't even get a chance to taste any wines because we needed to return to our poor pooch who was stuck in the car for what had turned into a 2 hour lunch. I'm not sure if there was a staffing issue today but we heard other tables around us complaining about the food coming out slowly too, so we weren't the only ones with an issue. And the girls working didn't seem rushed or hurried at all, which made it even more bizarre. The one highlight was the food. I had the country quiche and my husband had the shut the front door burger and both were delicious. However, with that kind of service we probably won't be back to the restaurant and I'm not sure if I want to keep my wine club membership.