Round Barn Winery, Distillery & Brewery - BARODA Estate & Tasting Room, Baroda

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 200 reviews on the web
Round Barn Winery, Distillery & Brewery - BARODA Estate & Tasting Room is located in Baroda. Arrange your visit to Round Barn Winery, Distillery & Brewery - BARODA Estate & Tasting Room and discover more family-friendly attractions in Baroda using our Baroda travel itinerary planner.
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  • Over priced. Commercialized. non personal. Lots of keywords that you will surely understand after you get hurded into the barn for a taste. Not to mention I could care less why our hostess is not as "...  read more »
  • This place is awesome! There is something for everyone! Whiskey, wine, beer!! And of course, got to try the seasonal Sangria! Cannot go wrong with hanging out here for a few hours with friends!! 
  • We drove through beautiful country roads to reach the Round Barn winery for a fun and festive full day outing for the entire family. It can be crowded on a weekend and holidays and you may not find ch...  read more »
  • Place should be ashamed of themselves. $12 dollars for a tasting and a little glass that costs $5. That is twice as much as any other winery I have been to. Oh wait? You wanna try beer too? That's another $12 for, wait for it... 5 samples. I doubt their wine and beer is twice as good as the other places I have been. Lets see: Presque Isle winery $2 for a tasting 6 tastes Haritage winery FREE tasting 10 tastes Mazza winery $4 for 6 tastes Erie Brewing: taste all on tap for $6 keep the glass and they keep pouring whatever you want until the tour. So round barn best have the best stuff in the great lakes area. What a joke. Edit: St. Julian Winery $5 a person and keep the glass.
  • The Disneyfication of wine. I went here for a wine tasting. I am not from the U.S., but from New Zealand, where wine tastings are a serious matter and staff at wineries pour wines with graveyard faces and then hope you buy a bottle. No sad faces at the Round Barn! The first Disneyfied winery I have ever seen. The RB offers entertainment in the form of live music, they assign groups of thirsty visitors to wine consultants in multiple shifts, charging $15 for the experience. My wine consultant must have had a rough time the evening before. With a pale face she drummed up standard riddles on the wines she served. "This Weekend White is great with fish" she uttered while staring into the unknown (or was it with red meat, friends, or on a holiday). No worries, wine is wine and yours can be consumed any time, with or without friends. To help with the pronunciation of "Gew├╝rztraminer", my wine consultant pronounced it as "Girls are meaner". I think she meant this to be funny, and luckily there were no Germans to correct her. My consultant clearly liked the other drinks too: rum, vodka. She was almost ecstatic when she served us the grand finale: a best-selling variation on Baileys, a drink full of sugar, which probably had more to do with her evening before, and little with the original purpose of this visit: tasting wines. At the check-out, staff were confused when I offered to pay the $15 tasting fee. My consultant should have charged us ... but had apparently forgotten. This may explain the returning visitors, who may have gone here for free drinks.
  • 4 years strong, each year there has been changes, this year the added a checkin it was ok, the change the tasting to suites to fit up to 15 people which was kinda of good vs standing at the bar. The went up on the Black Walnut disappointed and changed the bottle. The outside entertainment was good as usually.
  • I'm pretty sure that wineries started doing wine tastings to help sell their wine. I am not paying $15 per person along with having to make an appointment so that I can try their wine. I think they're confused, the customers are doing them a favor by choosing to purchase wine there. After being scoffed at for declining to wait for an open appointment slot we hightailed it to the car and took our business to many of the other wineries in the area. What a disappointment. Also there was a bouncy house (not for the adults)... enough said.
  • One star is even too much for this place!!! They make you pay $5.00 as an entry free...probably to cover their horrible entertainment and new little check in building. If all you want to do is purchase wine they have someone walk you in and follow you around like a hawk. Also, the manager, Tara is so rude and ignorant. The owners might want to chat with their staff about customer service. I will never visit this winery again and I will make sure I tell everyone I know about how horrible this place was. They definitely got too big for their britches.
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