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Quattro Goomba's Winery, Aldie

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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3.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
Quattro Goomba's Winery is located in Aldie. Add Quattro Goomba's Winery and other attractions to your Aldie trip itinerary using our Aldie itinerary planner.
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  • 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...  read more »
  • My favorite NOVA winery! I've planned many trips with friends here because the people, atmosphere, wine, and food are awesome! I've never had any problem organizing a large group for a wine tasting bu...  read more »
  • This is a little gem ... Great wine, cheese and bread, pizza and whatever you do order ANYTHING from the food truck! Awesome. I have not had the beer but my son has and he enjoyed it! The atmosphere i...  read more »
  • 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.
  • Beer was good and reasonably priced (around $5.50/pint). I got the "Cranked" chocolate coffee stout with an extra shot of coffee and really enjoyed it. My friends loved their wine slushie, but unsure of cost. All things considered, it's a fine establishment, I just can't get over the fact that they charge $27 for an 8 slice pepperoni pizza. The pizza was not very good, thick airy crust and the pepperoni made it a grease ball. If the food was priced better, it'd be a place I'd return, but $27 for mediocre pizza is outrageous even if the drinks are good.
  • A good winery with amazing staff and good food. They also have beer and its a constantly changing flavor of different varieties
  • Although close to Leesburg and what I would call the Route 7 Brewery corridor, this location is a bit out of the way if you are brewery hopping in the local area. It is nicely co-located with a winery for additional options if you are with people to whom beer may not be their thing. Their selection beer seems to be acceptably diverse in offering more than just IPA's which is a great thing I look for out of a brewery since IPA's are not my thing despite the regional fad in the Hops flavor. I had a glass of what they call the Cake Eater which the name seems to be misplaced as its really a Honey Wheat Beer. It has a taste of Honey but only for brisk second after it goes into your mouth. At first I wasn't sure I liked it but it grew on my after drinking half the glass. Definitely worth the visit if to at least check the place out.
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