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Nashoba Valley Winery, Bolton
(4.1/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Fall looks great in Bolton and Nashoba Valley Winery seemed quite popular this weekend. The views were great and the facilities itself very nice. It would have been better if we would have visited dur...  more »
  • My husband and I recently got married at the Nashoba Valley Winery. If you are interested in planning a wedding at a winery, then this is the place for you. There simply are not enough wonderful words...  more »
  • Frequent this vineyard often and never disappointed. The wine tasting is always great. Have a bit of a collection of the beautiful glasses that are free with tasting now.Staff always friendly and help...  more »
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  • This place was horrible. I see the appeal for someone who wants to drink wine while they pick but that's just about the only upside to this place. The spots they do allow you to pick at are horrible, over picked, and have barely any edible apples. It costs $20 for one peck, which is inevitably the highest price I've ever seen. The outdoor staff was rude and abrasive, nearly running into my tiny dog flying way too fast on a Segway, and rudely telling us to stop climbing trees when the only apples at all were at the top, and no ladders were provided. Nearly everyone was going into the restricted sections to pick when the staff weren't looking, and everyone was complaining their were no apples. I wouldn't have minded paying $20 if found some apples but I could barely fill my bag. I won't be returning or recommending to anyone. This is the first one star review I have ever left for a business in my life, so you can tell this was a bad experience.
  • Nashoba valley is easy to get to. Parking seemed ample. Apple picking was $20 cash only which is a little expensive but okay. There were some good apples if you searched for them. The lines at the store were crazy long. Tickets for the wine tasting were $8 to taste 5 wines. Not a terrible price. The pours were so small though. For a couple of the pours, I got less than a mouthful. Getting to the bar to sample the wines was the worst part. It was so incredibly crowded and you had to almost fight people to get to the bar. I didn't really take a liking to any of the 5 wines I tried, but it was fun to be able to snack on some cheese and try some new flavors and catch up with friends. It's a beautiful location. If anything, bring a picnic lunch and your own favorite bottle to enjoy the outside area of Nashoba Valley if you're in the area.
  • My wife and I love this place. The restaurant. The farm. The atmosphere. Classic New England. The wine. Don't miss this. J's Restaurant is equally as good if not better.
  • Wonderful food. Their own Merlot is amazing. Going to buy several bottles.
  • Beautiful location, friendly staff when they finally got to us, wine.... eh.. don't go for the wine... This is not Chateauneuf.... We went there for lunch recently and were seated instantly as we had made reservations. While others around us received their drinks and entrees, we were totally ignored by the entire staff. After a half hour of this, we spoke up and everyone realized that nobody had been assigned to our table! After a half hour of bumping into us, you'd think that someone might have noticed us there. Once service started, it was good except for receiving the wrong bottle of wine the first time around. All understandable but still inconvenient. Food was very good! Neither of the wines were anything to write home about. California and France have nothing to worry about from Massachusetts vineyards.