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Bluemont Vineyard, Bluemont
(3.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • This winery has the best view from all those we visited in Virginia!! The wine was great and the flatbread was really yummy! The staff were extremely friendly as well. There was a gentleman playing so...  more »
  • The views were amazing. Weather was perfect. Visited 2 other vineyards but would have been happy spending the entire time here. 
  • Our party visited this place in late July and we all loved it. The food choices were simple, but very tasty and the wine was quite good. It was also a sunny day, so we enjoyed the before afternoon sun...  more »
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  • Took a bunch of friends here and they all loved it. Get their wine sampler, bbq sliders, and try their cheesecake too. The merlot is also great. Great views, not too far from the DMV area. Wine slushies are also popular too.
  • Very comfortable setting, nice staff, frendly. Beautiful overlook. Only 4 stars because you cant bring a picnic lunch.
  • This winery is the worst I've been to. Initially, we entered with the expectation that this was a well-run establishment and were severely disappointed with the level of service we received. Upon entering on a hot day, we saw a sign for blackberry slushies. Excited, we asked for one at the counter and were told that the machine was broken. Understanding that malfunctions happen, I suggested that the sign be changed to reflect the current status of unavailable frozen delights and my suggestion seemed shrugged off. I then noticed how unbearably hot it was in the building and I asked if the ac was also broken and was informed that because the door were open the ac was ineffective. With this in mind, I would think that the doors could be closed such that people who want to be outside can enjoy the deck, but so that people with low heat tolerance can escape inside. I'm sure heat that high poses a health risk especially when alcohol is involved as it thins the blood. Furthermore, when we went upstairs, we found that the slushie machine was, in fact, working. This now poses the question: are your employees uninformed or just plain lazy? My guess is lazy. As my partner went to purchase more wine and cheese, he asked several questions to an employee who was not well-informed of your products nor where to find them. Her attitude was also less than satisfactory. I can imagine three reasons behind this or a combination. Here are the factors: poor work environment with horrible temps, laziness, or just general bad temper. All of these are unacceptable in such an establishment. On top of everything, we came back down to our bus to find Amy (the wedding planner) demanding that our bus be moved to the bottom of the hill--which seemed excessive once she explained that she only needed to get her car by. While her attitude was poor, I cannot entirely blame her as this place is horribly designed, logistically speaking. We then had several people rushing our bus out which is very unprofessional as we called ahead of time to express that we would have a bus with a large number of people. In any case, we are paying customers and we all contributed to your income. You're welcome, by the way. This is also the last time we will visit and the last time we will pay for your services as we definitely would not have a wedding reception here as it seems you cannot appropriately accommodate one without losing temper and treating your guests and paying customers with less respect than they deserve. Thank you for the little accommodation we did receive and I hope your business continues to grow based on the critique of your customers. Change leads to growth, so embrace it and accept this criticism as a chance to do better. Yours Truly, Ashley Russell
  • Almost everything you read on these reviews about the Bluemont Vineyard is true! It's all about timing. It can be very crowded and service is hard to get immediately and I'm sure the wait staff is stressed. In fact, I think every time I've been to Bluemont it's either full, crowded or very crowded. The view is the best, and I mean THE best.. However, if you don't pack some patience or a least lower your expectations on fast service, you'll come away frustrated. The wine is good and the one time I've had food there, it was more than satisfactory and not typical winery fare. The bathrooms are in short supply and there always seems to be a long line. I think they added port-a-pots outside, which were needed. My advice go on a weekday and avoid the big crowds, if you can't, make this the last stop on your wine tour and you'll be mellow enough to enjoy the view and put up with the crowds.
  • Poor service and a douchebag named Amy who was very impolite . Amy, if you are reading this, I hope you've been fired from your wedding planner job by now and have been forced into old persons nursing home, even though you are only about 50, so you can spend the rest of your days rotting away and being a miserable human being.