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Old Sugar Mill, Clarksburg

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4.5/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • I've been here many times. I love the wide selection of wines for tasting and the knowledgeable people who offer it to you. My favorite this last visit was the Clarksburg Wine Company. At the bar was ...  read more »
  • Wine tasting from locally owned wineries in an old mill setting; air conditioned, $5/6 varieties; people were very pleasant & knowledgeable about their varieties. Dog friendly environment; music was p...  read more »
  • The old sugar mill in the village of Clarksburg turned in a unique and charming rustico wine deposit. Several various rode a "stand" with tasting of its wines and sell in small and large quantities. the staff are very helpful and knowledgeable. You can also find a food fair and crafts of the region, very interesting!
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  • This place is like disney land for wine lovers. There are 11 different winery's to try. Most cost just $5.00 per tasting, so its a great deal. I would go earlier or later in the day to avoid the crowds. There will be crowds.
  • Exciting location with a number of different up and coming winemakers. Each of them had very reasonable ($5-10) tastings of around five wines per person, sometimes even paired with chocolates. We enjoyed the atmosphere a lot and the space still seems to be expanding and adding new booths.
  • Cool place to wine taste. Several different wineries to visit and a cool atmosphere. All the folks serving are pleasant.
  • What a nice little gem! I really liked how convenient it is to taste different wineries in one location than have to drive around to each property. I would advise to bring your own lunch, it's almost nicer that way. There was one food truck that came by which we did order garlic fries from but we packed our own snacks and ate out in the back. There are a few tables and chairs so it can get busy. Tasting fees for each winery were mostly $5 each. Some wineries however did waive the tasting fees of your group if you bought a bottle, others that I won't mention only waived one tasting fee per bottle. We had one sales woman say that the other wineries discounted one tasting fee but she was wrong since we had bought a couple bottles prior to going there. Other than that we had a great experience and will definitely come back!
  • Was there for the wine and cheese festival. Took a class about the different types of cheeses. Pretty good.
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