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Paradise Springs Winery, Clifton

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  • Paradise Springs is a great get away but you don't have to go far. The winery sits in the middle of Clifton, but the atmosphere makes you feel as if you are miles away. The tasting room is nice and th...  more »
  • Our first time here. Warmly greeted and shown to the wine bar for tastings. Michael was our pourer and he could not have been more entertaining and professional. I loved the wines (red and white), the...  more »
  • We visited the Winery on a Friday afternoon and tried several white wines. The qualities were OK and the price was reasonable. The list of snack and hors d'oeuvres was very limited, and the view was n...  more »
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  • The location is very nice, with woods all around. The red wine we got was very good. For those reasons I gave the stars. However, I go to wineries for the typically peaceful adult environment, but this place was full of kids. There was live music but very few tables on the patio, which was the only place the music could be heard. We never heard it because the main room is very loud and it's not really a comfortable setting either. We got a "meat & cheese combo" which contained a few slices of prosciutto and salami, with 3 large chunks of cheese. The ratio was too heavy on cheese by far. I didn't care much for their baguette either. It was very crusty and they gave us only a plastic knife to get throughout it. The place reminded me more of a tourist trap than a winery. Not relaxing to me.
  • Awesome scenery from the vineyard to the barrels inside. Family and dog friendly. Plenty of outdoor seating on the patio and the lawn. Oh, and great wine! Tip: bring food.
  • We have been here twice. The first time was when I proposed to my fiance and the second time was to get married there on the property. The staff was very accomodating and the wines aren't bad at all. If I had to pick one negative, it would be the price for the wines. The wines we had were good but, in my opinion, overpriced. Pretty building/property and really good hiking trails on the adjacent property.
  • This was great. Took the experience tour. Great value, nice wines. Richard was great. Gave just the right bit of information. Had a lot of knowledge. Tour lasted 1.5 hours-really informative. The wines were great, of course some better than others. I highly recommend the tour as an introduction to their wines. There are lots of families here on the grounds, picnicking with their kids. There is space to just lay on a blanket-loved it, or to to sit at a picnic table, maybe fly a kite, Frisbee, or throw a ball around. Bought some cheese and crackers after the tour-very nice. Lots of parking available. No complaints.
  • I came here with my friends that flew in from all over for my birthday weekend and I was recently engaged. I thought it would be a nice touch to bring them to the winery to ask them to be in my bridal group. I got them wine bottles with their name on them as little gifts and I surprised them all with the bottles. We were taking pictures and this very rude lady yelled at us for bringing alcohol on the property. Now I understand this rule but we weren't drinking the wine it was merely a gift. The way it was handled ruined the rest of the day for us. She made a scene and it was a busy weekend and she had me pack the bottles as she watched and then had someone escort me off the property to put them in the car. It was very rude and not properly handled.