Flying Leap Vineyards & Distillery, Elgin

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Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
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Flying Leap Vineyards & Distillery reviews

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  • Our visit was spontaneous, and we are so glad we stopped. The tasting was so well done — a half dozen to try, generous pours. The information on the wine and foods to pair it with was helpful (and...  more »
  • Flying Leap has both a distillery and the vineyard tasting room. The wines are good and they have improved the facilities over the years since we were there before. The wines are a little pricy along....  more »
  • We stopped for a tasting - they have a lovely place - inside and outside seating - staff wearing masks and distancing was observed by everyone. The wines were lovely - we bought some to take home...  more »
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  • We truly enjoyed our visit to this winery. The structure was beautiful and unique. The service was warm and friendly. We are actually planning a stay in the area this fall after having such a lovely day. The wine was delicious and it was fun to learn about the different selections available.
  • Very nice location. Beautiful layout. Event room option.
  • Fun place to visit! Beautiful views, friendly staff!
  • We went to the distillery and winery. It was good, but the distillary stop took a very long time with the lady telling so many stories in between pours that it took 1.5 hours to have five pours. We thought the wine flight was pretty good and they were timely. After we had finished drinking and were getting up to leave one of their resident cats jumped onto the table and started eating the palate cleansers of chocolate and crackers and the people working there laughed and didn't seem concerned as the cat continued to eat out of the dish that patrons ate out of. We were disgusted and quickly left. Won't return.
  • Excellent time tasting Arizona wines.

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