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Founders Wine Cellar, Baroda

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  • When you are going to drive three hours to keep a Groupon from expiring, you are hoping for a good time! Well Baroda Founders didn't disappoint. Even though the facility doesn't feel very "winery" as ...  more »
  • Who am I kidding - its a bar. Looks and feels like you are in a bar. It's a bar. The wine was ok. I guess if I had a groupon I would go back. We did buy the blueberry mustard, it was awesome.  more »
  • My husband & I are not huge wine drinkers so I may not be a great person to comment on the wine. We used a Groupon coupon which was $16 total for both. Nothing fancy about this place but the minute we...  more »
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  • Worst stop in the dozen wineries visited. $8 tastings for product that was seemingly tub wine. Seriously, the Chardonnay had a nose of sewage and the Luce tasted like mustard. The only two palatable were Married in the vineyard, and First Kiss. Don't waste your time.
  • Definitely a favorite of the wineries in the area!! Their wine is delicious and reasonably priced. The lady that did our tasting was very knowledgeable and gave us fantastic suggestions, ended up leaving with a case of wine!
  • Really great staff! Very friendly and knowledgeable. We went in late in the day tried both reds and whites. We found the wine only ok for the st part. The exception is their raspberry chocolate dessert wine. That was Awesome.
  • Not bad, not great
  • Wonderful staff!!! Very friendly and took the time to explain the different flavors from each of their wines. It looks like a great place to get together with friends and enjoy! Our favorite wine was the Pinot Noir, but I recommend taking home a bottle of the Hell Yeah! for any newcomers to wine drinking.