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Anne Amie Vineyards, Carlton

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  • Having never been to a winery for a wine tasting, I was a bit nervous. I didn't know a thing about wine. Tiquette was our sommelier, and she was very knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. IT cost $15 p...  more »
  • Friendly hilltop winery. Very tasty wine, comfortable atmosphere, knowledge staff, and beautiful views.  more »
  • There is no place in Napa, Sonoma, St. Helena, the Alexander Valley or anywhere else in the Northern California wine country that has a better setting for a picnic than this winery. ¬†They sit literall...  more »
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  • We recently visited the winery on May 14, 2016 with another couple driving up from Eugene using our Living Social Certificates. Our experience was not worthy of the time or the money. We were not received very cordially when we arrived, and actually had very poor service. Our certificate was for tasting along with two bottles of wine to take home. The wine we tasted was marginal, which turned out the bottles we were to receive were marginal as well. We asked if we could spend more money and bump it up to a wine we would enjoy, and were told no. It seemed like a nice request on our part, but the answer was no. We left and stopped at laurel Ridge Winery to a winery that had superior wine and a wonderful gal serving. She saved the day. The four of us ended up joining her club in fact. Too bad they didn't want to make the customer happy. We won't be going back.
  • The view is good, the wine is good and priced correctly and the people will help you through the transaction. Off days happen, but every time I visit they talk about the wines with me and answer questions for everyone else around.
  • Went here for a wine tasting with some friends yesterday. Most wineries will tell you a little about the wine you're drinking, at least pretend to be enthusiastic about it. Our pourer was incredibly bad, each taste was introduced with a sentence that went something like "Here's your second one". Nothing more. One of my friends, in an attempt to learn a little, asked whether we were indeed drinking the pinot. The answer: "Yep". We were looking to buy some bottles, but did so elsewhere.
  • The view from this vineyard is spectacular! We tasted a flight of their reserve labels and they were incredible. I bought a bottle of the pinot gris, and chatted with the staff for a while. Beefy the Bulldog came with us, so we all went outside and he skateboarded for everyone who was visiting.
  • Great tasting room, superb staff, awesome events and of course who can forget the wine!!!