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Wimberley Valley Winery, Driftwood

4.1
#23 of 76 in Wineries in Texas
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
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4.6
  • The wine here is pretty phenomenal. However, the last 2 times we have visited there a been a male member of their staff that has been flat out rude to us for no reason. We've stopped visiting and just...  more »
  • Over the years we have visited hundreds of wineries -- from Mexico to Virginia. The Wimberley Valley Winery was certainly different. First the good: -- the grounds are absolutely gorgeous. There's ple...  more »
  • We happened upon this as we were in the area. It was a pleasant surprise. The wine tasting was excellent as Collin was informative and gave good information on each wine. We had a wine slush out on th...  more »
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  • Definitely the best winery in the area. Heavy pours, excellent and friendly staff, and awesome bathrooms. You can hang out inside on a comfy couch, at a table, or enjoy the huge deck outside (with bean bag toss and giant jenga!). Also if you're lucky you can pet the donkey!
  • The venue was beautiful and sevice was really good too. Only issue i had is that its not really a Texas winery. They dont grow any of their own grapes or fruit. Its a store front for California produce which is fine if ur not intersted in a true Texas winery. Id love to see this place at least take a stab at producing their own crops win lose or draw.
  • Gorgeous place, staff is so friendly and informative and the wine is so good and at a very reasonable price.
  • Fancy winery with good service. No locally made wines though.
  • Love this place. The staff is so nice and they help you find wines based on what you like.