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Windy Winery, Brenham

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • Stopped here on our way to Brenham for the weekend. The couple that run it were very friendly to talk with. I think their pricing was a little high but that is just my opinion. I did buy a couple bott...  read more »
  • This winery is close to Houston, has good music on the weekends, friendly owners and very good wines. The winery has been expanded and now has more seating inside and out. Also restrooms in the buildi...  read more »
  • We had a pleasant wine tasting at the Windy Winery. We came in a pouring rain. We had printed the directions to get there from the winery's website and I was glad I had their directions since our GPS ...  read more »
  • It's been quite some time since I've visited Windy Winery, but yesterday, a group of us decided to head over to see what changes, if any, have happened since our last visit one year ago. First driving up I noticed they've started adding onto the main building, and for the moment, I thought they might have remodeled their seriously dated interior design. Unfortunately, all the new construction is being used for Tank rooms and seriously needed restrooms. As for the interior, nothing has changed other than their tasting bar has been rearranged to try to create a different look and due to this rearrangement, they have only the minimal seating. While there, we all decided to do a Tasting and I guess it didn't dawn on us that maybe we should have asked what the cost would be which was our mistake. I'm not going to give my opinion of their wines since everyone has their own palate to flavors, but I will say for us, there were only 3 semi-sweet wines we would have considered purchasing. So being open minded and overlooking the fact that the new construction is only for tanks, needed restrooms and an interior that needs serious updating, we had a good time until it was time to pay for our tasting. I'm not sure what they're thinking, but to charge $16.00 a person for a tasting is Absurd and will cost them a lot of customers. Needless to say, we didn't purchase any bottles after this tasting price and unfortunately will not return.
  • I have visited many wineries in Virginia and Texas, but I must say that the tasting fee of $16 for only 5 wines was much higher than I can remember ever seeing. The wines were okay, but I question how often we will go back again.
  • Traveled here on the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. My husband and I tried the first official tasting they offered for TBWT (white wine), which was a little sweet for our palates, but refreshing. But, since I am not a huge fan of white, I am basing the majority of my review on the red we tried. We wanted to try a dryer red, so the sweet staff let us try the Syrah. It was very light for a Syrah (in my opinion), and left me with not any huge fuzzy feelings like I get when I try a good or outstanding red wine. The tasting room was quaint, and they had two lovable dogs on the back porch my husband and I went to say "hi" to. Family feel. If only the red wine had caught my attention more, I would have given them 4 stars. Maybe red is just not their forte.
  • Awesome time...sweetest people. The wine was excellent. ...being from Louisiana we specially enjoyed the jalapeno infused wine. But the were all very tasty. My bf loved the Port. Thanks for the hospitality
  • We went on a Sunday and it was our last stop before going home after touring the other two the previous days. The calendar said they were having tastings for Sangrias also so I was extremely excited. We showed up and it was also Grape Stomping Festival. I wasn't impressed with the wines and the facility had fold out white table and chairs. They didn't have cheese and didn't offer the special Sangrias. They needed to push and sale their wines, they didn't have a family cozy feeling that I love so we didn't stay long. It was $11 for 5 different types of wine.
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