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Paradise Springs Winery, Clifton

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • We love to visit Va wineries and have been to many. Some stand out and some don't. Paradise Springs stands out! It has a great atmosphere. There is a large tasting room and additional seating on the c...  read more »
  • Not impressed, very pricey wine. The tasting was expensive and the server would pour wine and then walk away. Will not return. 
  • Stooped in for a little afternoon tasting only to be welcomed by "snobby" and condescending service. The wine was overpriced and about the same level of cheap grocery store wine. We tried to have a pi...  read more »
  • Winery by Clifton, VA. Can be crowded and loud during the weekends in the summer. Much better experience during the winter by the fire with good wine with some cheese and bread. Wines are getting better here every year. Live band and special events happen here. Large wine tasting bar to sample with knowledge staff.
  • Absolutely amazing selection. Honeymooned all of Napa and lived near all & experienced all the Long Island wineries and truly this winery is the best I've been too. The wines are to die for - and thats putting it mildly! Beth is amazing, accommodating, and extremely knowledgeable. Not only does she deserve a raise but if your not sure what you like, she will solve all your problems! Absolute highest recommendation!
  • The staff at Paradise Springs is extremely disrespectful, specifically Mike. We has a small group on the patio early in the day when not many customers had arrived yet. We sat on the patio for 3 hours and slowly it began to fill up, once the patio was full and we had children we were asked to leave. We complied and began to gather our numerous items of food and wine we had on the table. No more than 2 minutes after we were originally asked, we had another employee, Mike, come out and demand we leave the patio immediately. He spoke to us like we were criminals. I have never in all of our many winery experiences been treated the way that the staff at Paradise Springs Winery treated us today. I will not support this winery now and if you have small children I urge to not patronize this establishment given our treatment today. It is truly sad as I asked my wife to marry me there 2 years ago with a party of 60 and that memory is forever tarnished by today's events. I will make sure each and every one of my paying patron friends know of these events today. You have lost customers for life. Shame on this entire establishment.
  • Great winery close to DC. Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. The tasting room and back patio are very nice. Wines are generally pretty good. The Petit Verdot is the best.
  • Beautiful view. Not so good service. Wines ok. Made my 90 year old mom uncomfortable at the bar tasting area. There was two groups there of about six people each . I ask if there was anyway we could taste at a table cause my mom can't stand long. The host said no because it was crowded. OK I understood. We had to wait until the groups got finished because the host couldn't seem to handle us and the other 6 people. It started raining really hard and the groups sat down away from the tasting area, then left. No one else came in. When the host finally started our tasting it took her 10 to 15 minutes between each glass to let us taste the next one. We clearly didn't have her full attention and she clearly was preoccupied. Being the only ones tasting at the time, having to pay for the tastings, not getting a tasting glass with the wine, and only sub standard tasting wine, I feel her action was unexceptable. Won't go back. But beautiful view. Took some beautiful pictures. PS THE closest winery to DC is Urban Winery in Silver Spring, MD. Wonderful service!!!!
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