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Louis P Balducci Vineyards, Augusta
(4.6/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • A group headed out to this winery early, got several tables together. Brought our own food to eat, however, you can't bring water in. 
  • When we got to Balducci's, we found a great parking spot. We did a wine tasting and bought two bottles of what we liked. The tasting area is in front of an old barn like building. Looks rustic, but ni...  more »
  • While the building is plain , it certainly capitalizes on an expansive view of both the vineyards and hills with changing fall colors ! Plenty of tables to pick from on either side of the tasting room...  more »
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  • A great place to enjoy a taste of fine wines. Anywhere from semi-dry to fruity. We did not eat but there was a place for eating. Looks like a great place for large parties, plenty of outside seating if you choose. Staff was very inviting and knowledgeable. Will return if ever in the area.
  • There is a large gravel parking lot good enough for busses and lots of cars. Short walk to the barn where your bags will be searched for outside drinks (even water). You then have the option of paying $5 for 5 tastings (included branded wine glass). There is tasting in the open air barn right off the parking lot along with wine, soda, water for purchase. There is a large covered area with lots of tables and chairs, live music stage (after 3pm on Saturdays in the summer), and large industrial-size fans. There is another building at the bottom of a hill that is air-conditioned. This is the building you can order food in- you will be given a buzzer so that they can tell you when you pizza/sandwich is ready. This building is also where you can buy a bucket of ice for $3, do more tastings, and purchase more wine. Bathrooms are located in the rear of the building at the bottom of the hill. There are about 6 porta-potties with an outdoor porta-sink. BUT there are also 2 inside bathrooms that are air-conditioned. This is also where I filled my water bottle to get free water. Not really a good view of the vineyards or the river or anything of note. Just a beautiful place to spend a lazy afternoon. Having their own food on site really makes this place stand out from some other wineries in the area.
  • Calling this my wife's home away from home is an understatement. Relaxed atmosphere is the order of the day at this place. There's a pavilion where live music is played in the weekends, but we tend to sit by the grove of trees further back. My wife and my fave wine is the Sonata. Come check it out sometime!
  • Location is good, atmosphere is good. They have very anti consumer policies with $8 dollar minimum purchase on credit cards and no free wine tasting. It's 2016 get over the credit card fees. You make plenty of money.
  • Happy to Know Owner Celebrating becoming Grand Father Today .... 🎂