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Gravity Vineyards and Winery, Baroda

(3.5/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • This was a nice winery that had a huge deck you could enjoy your wine on! They have a friendly dog who came out to greet us on arrival! $12 for 4 tastes of wine with 2 crackers and 2 cubes of cheese! ...  more »
  • This was a super cool winery with a new, fun vibe. They give you 4 wines to try, along with a small assortment of cheese, crackers, and chocolate to pair, which is a nice touch. I believe this tasting...  more »
  • We stopped in to Gravity Winery while touring other wineries in the area. It was very nice to have one of the staff open the door and welcome us in, but from that point on, we felt a little conflicted...  more »
  • Wine is average. Nice deck to have a tasting and enjoy the view. The whole attraction of this place was the wine and food pairings that they give you. They used to take your wine order and put them in the order that you should taste them with each on having a specific snack to go with it: cheese, crouton, chocolate, etc. Was fun an innovative for the area. Last time we went they just threw a handful of snacks on a plate and when I asked what they should be paired with I was told that they all go well with every wine. I understand doing it that way saves time but is pretty insulting to the customer to tell me dark chocolate goes with Riesling because you don't want to have to remember what it actually goes with.
  • A ritzy winery with personality. I believe the tastings were $12 but came with 4 wines and 4 "pallet cleansers" which included cheese, crackers, and sesame seeds. The husband and I shared a tasting (each tasting is quite large) and sat outside overlooking the lake. I really liked their whites but he wasn't a fan of the reds. But as any wine, everyone likes something different. I ended up buying a bottle and wish I would have gotten a couple. Their prices are very reasonable compared to most places... $12-15 a bottle is great for a Michigan wine. I am all about supporting Michigan wineries, but some of them are over the top on their prices. Gravity offers $5 off two bottles of wine which is a great discount! We will definitely be back in the summer.
  • This place is amazing and beautiful, and the only place you can take your tasting outside. Deserves way higher than a 3.9 rating! Forget Lemon Creek (overcrowded and rude), and come here!
  • A long-time customer of Gravity Winery! I regularly go there for special events, tours, or generally just to stop by and chat and say, "hi"! The staff is amazing (Heather is always on the mark with her recommendations and comments on the wines and ciders. I absolutely love this place, by far my favorite local winery and I can't wait to go back again! I have been to so many wineries, tasted so many wines in my life that I somewhat consider myself a bit of a wine connoisseur. I am by no means a professional sommelier, but I do feel I have enough experience to speak intelligently on wines. I can say, that without a doubt, Ollies White is my FAVORITE wine in the world! It's on the sweet side, but it's perfect for sipping and refreshing yourself on a hot summer day.
  • I have been making wine for many years, I will be the first to admit I'm no expert but I can say with no doubt this is a sub par wine. The couple next to us actually got up and walked out before finishing their tasting because it was so bad. You can rate the wine from dry to sweet and that's about as far as it goes. Hope they take this young winery and make something of it! Be open to suggestions, listen to customers and learn from what they say, don't take it personally as it seems you have in responses to other reviews.