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Carlos Creek Winery, Alexandria
(4.5/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • One of the best winerys in the state and wonderful selection of wines of which my husband and I had a 7 flight sampling in their beautiful tasting room and the surroundings are beautiful we attended t...  more »
  • Typical tasting. Good selection from dry to sweet. Winery is set up for group events. Nice tasting atmosphere. 
  • We love going to the Winery!! Beautiful location! Friendly staff! Amazing wine!! In August they have a Grape Stomp Festival and in October they have Apple Fest! So much fun!! 
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  • Wow a winery in Minnesota? Yes a good one at that. Very informative. I found the staff very helpful and friendly. The service was outstanding. The wine was great. They have some snacks to help clear the palette. A definite good stop.
  • We recently had our wedding at the Carlos Creek Winery and had the most amazing experience! From communication with our Coordinator to execution the day of, everything was very seamless and better than we expected. Carlos Creek caters in and our food was incredible-- shocking they don't make it at the venue. I would recommend Carlos Creek Winery as a wedding venue to anyone as they helped make our day more special than we could imagine.
  • Went for the grape stomp, purchased a bunch of drink tickets. The "man cave" didn't have any ciders (despite it being 2016). So I gave my 3 last tickets ($15) to the guy pouring and said "let the next people use them, I was hoping for cider" The next person that came up still had to give a ticket for a drink. They asked for a tickets for the guy after that. I actually interjected and reminded the guy that I gave him 3 tickets and they shouldn't have to pay for their drinks. I was frustrated that unless I watched it no one would have gotten anything out of my wasted $15. Maybe have cider, guys. And staff that gives a crap.
  • Great atmosphere with a good selection of wines made from grapes around the US. Local music on the weekends.
  • Good wine and great environment. Our 2nd time being this place. The wine is as good as that 2 years ago, and i am also very impressed by some changes they have done. Just a sugestion: stop by earlier the better on the weekend, so that you will get some room for tasting.