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Dakotah Vineyards & Winery, Chiefland

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  • Not many tourists traverse old Highway 19 through western Florida anymore unless they're going to Cedar Key but if you're traveling through and you're in the area, it's well worth a visit. It's a wine...  more »
  • Loved the winery beautiful place. Clean friendly and wonderful place to visit. The owner is very nice and friendly. Love the wine tasting  more »
  • We like this place the wine is really good and they have lots of gifts. you can walk around the grounds which are pretty. They also have an area you can walk around telling about the winery. They let ...  more »
  • Good location. They have a good wine selection and good service and good scenic place to spend some time here. Wine tasting is free. Absolutely worth spending some time and money.
  • Great wine. Lots of flavors. Great atmosphere. The fish in the pond make it very peaceful.
  • Great Wine nice scenery, and easy drive. I wish you could spend time enjoying a glass of wine while there, but they do not have an consumption license. So you can go and sample each wine, but no drinking on premises (other than the sample). Then take home your favorite bottles. We liked the Noble, Blush, and Carlos the best. Worth a drive there, but wish it was something that you could hang out, and spend more time rather than taste the wine, grab the bottle, and go.
  • Beautiful patio, koi pond and wine tasting room. Dr Max Rittgers is an amazing host who showed us around and shared some amazing history of the artifacts around the winery.
  • Love the place. I take all visitors there for a sampling! A lot of neat kinds of wine related gifts and foodie items. Owners and workers are all very friendly. Good atmosphere.