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Pleasant Hill Winery, Brenham

(3.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Our couple group went on the trail tour and really enjoyed pleasant hill and the wines. We all bought some to bring home and plan another trip back. Wonderful views from the back! Staff is really nice...  more »
  • Nice to visit in the spring bluebonnets are absolutely beautiful. People running the winery or very nice.  more »
  • The staff was nice and friendly. There were not enough staff for the number of customers. The place is crowded and small. The wine is okay. The tasting was pricy, 4 tastings for $7.00.  more »
Google
  • Small and cozy atmosphere. No reservation required, tour includes wine tasting/sampling. Opens at 11, tours at 1130, 1230, 1330, 1430 and 1530. Personal recommendation "Dessert/Porte wines". June & Aug are the harvesting months (If you're lucky you get to see the grapes being crushed. during this months), other months seems quiet. Staff are friendly.
  • Super cute winery :) not a big selection of wines but still good and friendly staff!
  • This was our last stop on the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail. Tasting was held on the second floor of this vintage home, and the room we sat in had an amazing amount of antiques and vintage memorabilia. The staff was extremely friendly, easy going, and fun to talk to! The food paring was simple but yummy; olives, cheese, and bread. It is the wines that left me cold... The descriptions the kind woman gave us were detailed, and I chose the dryer choices of both the white and red. However, I am not sure if "dry" would be a description I would have used. Both seemed more of semi-sweet than anything I would call "dry." But, even if I misunderstood her descriptions, the wines lacked luster. Did not leave me wanting to try more.
  • I haven't been to the winery yet, but I purchase the wines once a month at the Flea @ Discovery Green, Houston. The owner is there every month and I always make sure to stop by and pick up a couple of bottles from him. He is always very friendly. I like a sweet wine and he has a couple of different ones. I definitely am planning a road trip to Brenham this spring to visit the winery.
  • Out with the Porche club yesterday and stopped by a little early after losing the group. First time here. Great tasting by the way. The double oaked port was amazing. Place was packed and everyone had smiles on. Perfect day!