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Quattro Goomba's Winery, Aldie
(3.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • A little bit of wine, mix in some pizza, add a beautiful sunny October Sunday afternoon with the love of your life and you get the perfect day at Quatro Goomba. The wine is some of the best in the are...  more »
  • My father enjoyed talking with Fletcher who made the wine--this made the visit for him. I liked the wine slushee. The pizza was outstanding, the crust tasted just like my grandmother's homemade crust....  more »
  • Its the little things that makes some place great. The same way its the little things that makes it not great. No one welcome to the tasting. Trying to find someone to welcome us in. Well finally some...  more »
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  • So, you think you know Quattro Goomba and all it has to offer – my bet is that you don’t. Sure, you love the wines – from the sweet apple to the earthy Merlot. How can you forget the Tradizione finished in bourbon barrels, the di Nonni or the wine slushies on a warm summer day? I know you can’t get enough of the pizza – it’s a family recipe - authentic Italian sauce, ground pepperoni and pepper rings on a crisp, airy crust. Maybe you’re a fan of white pizza, or you’re a purist and enjoy a plain cheese pizza – you’ll find some of the best here. So wine isn’t your thing – no problem. Check out the Quattro Goomba Brewery offering a rotating selection of seasonal beers on tap. I encourage the flight of 4 – 4 oz tastings for those like me who can never make up their mind. I’ll be honest, I’m a light beer fan. I have a very uneducated beer palate and I can always find a brew that I like. So, you think that’s it – wine, pizza and beer. My oh my, are you in for a pleasant surprise. I recently hosted my first corporate function at Quattro Goomba. We rented the basement of the log cabin for a private wine tasting and food buffet. Let’s talk about the food first. I worked with Chef Seth personally on the menu. He was attentive, helpful and pleasant. He provided suggestions and options to accommodate a variety of requests. This man is a pleasure to work with and so very talented! Not only was this food beautifully staged, but it was scrumptious. Chef Seth prepared a “build your own” tenderloin French Dip station – fresh rolls, horseradish sauce and rosemary au jus completed the offering. The beef was fork tender, and oh-so flavorful. There were too many compliments to mention here – definitely one of the best French Dips I’ve ever eaten. Next we had the fresh baked beer pretzels with the cheese sauce. This was one of the crowd favorites. The pretzels were crisp on the outside, tender on the inside and perfectly complimented by the full bodied cheese sauce. We rounded the buffet out with baguettes served with a fresh garlic spread, shrimp cocktail, a charcuterie and cheese tray, fresh fruit and of course a selection of the QG pizza – cheese, pepperoni and white. The seated wine tasting was held in the same area as the buffet. Our audience was mixed – we had a number of first-timers as well as a few of us more seasoned tasters. Our wine guide, Anne, was amazing! She shared the story of the Quattro Goomba family and walked us through the many offerings that Quattro Goomba has to share. Not only was she knowledgeable, but she was entertaining, witty and patient. I want you to know that my company hosts 2 events per year as a thank you to the staff for a job well done. This was hands down our favorite. I encourage you to consider QG for your next event – corporate, bridal, birthday or anniversary - you will not be disappointed. No need to host an event? No problem. You still have an opportunity to sample the quality of Chef Seth’s food. Did you know that QG now has a food truck providing a seasonal menu available to order in the Brewery? The quality of food is nothing you’d expect from a food truck – but that’s no surprise from a chef as talented as Seth. Grazie mille Jody and Jay to you and your Goomba Family!
  • Quattra Goomba is a wonderful winery and brewery. Their wine selections are very good, with a an absolutely astounding red blend called Tradizione, which is aged in oak bourbon barrels. The staff is very friendly and quite knowledgeable. Ask for Miss Jenny, who knows everything about their offerings. All are kind and explain the nuances very well. The wine masters also pitch in and pour tastings. If you aren't a wine fan, walk 30 feet around the corner and try the beers and ales. Choose and of about 20, or a sampler flight of 5. Oh, and they are dog friendly. My Wine Dog Brody and I love to stop in for a tasting and some crackers for him. The staff will happily get you a bowl of water. We give this great winery a full 2 paws up!
  • A group of 10 of us drove down from DC to visit this winery. Within minutes of arriving my wife and I were attempting to order a glass of wine, I asked the short older red headed lady if they had Cab's, she became irritated and in a very angry hostile manner exclaimed they Did Not. She asked if we would like some pizza, my wife and I told her we did not care for pizza as we had had a lot of pizza lately. The angry woman rudely barked at us that she would not serve us. Puzzled we walked away thinking that maybe we were required to order pizza in order to get wine, then we see several others of our group drinking wine slurped' and no pizza. My wife was offered a sip when the short older angry woman burst into our circle and started jerking away our drinks. Luckily our group was refunded for the confiscated drinks the angry woman had rudely taken from us. Very Bizarre place. We left and found several other wineries that had great wine and very classy service.
  • Excellent ambiance. Great service. Friendly staff. Awesome selection of tasty craft beers. And unexpected food menu that is out of this world delicious! A must visit and visit again and again place.
  • Great wine slushes and location. The reason why I gave this place three stars instead of 4 is because the pizza takes way too long! I was originally told 30 minutes, but it ended up taking an hour for a small pizza. They need to try harder to speed up service in the future.