Toogood Estate Winery, Fair Play
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The tasting area for this winery is underground in a "H" shaped cave. Awesome place. The wines were great too. Charge $6 to taste about a dozen wines.
Don't waste your time, they over charge you, they are rude and over crowded. We were charged limo charges of $10 a person and did not arrive in a limo. We were told we would be able to have our own ar... read more »
Fun time tasting in their cave. We enjoyed their wine, purchased a case of "Who's Your Dude"? Nice tour of the facilities. We will go back to try more wines.
The cave is fabulously cool, as in temperature and ambience! Wines..love the Sauvignon Blanc! And am told that the ports are fantastic. I'll try on the next visit! Go...you won't be sorry!!
Carey is the Best Customer Service person behind the bar with lots of knowledge and makes one feel very welcomed, I briefly met the owner and I understand where Carey's enthusiasm comes from. Oh, and I enjoy all the wines, great value wines and consistently delicious!
A beautiful location with knowledgeable folks.
Toogood has one of the best, heck, THE best selection of port wines I've ever had. Their wine cave is cool during the hot summers, and their wines are varied, subtle, and delicious. Toogood is my favorite winery this far!
This is not about the wines, but rather about the "special event" we recently attended there; specifically the Spaghetti Dinner, in late March, 2015. The quality of the meal was ridiculously poor. Packaged dinner rolls with no flavor or texture. Tasted like Wonder bread left out too long. The salad was okay - fairly fresh and green. The spaghetti "with meat" was just completely terrible. I do not exaggerate when I say I've had better from a can with a Chef-Boy-R-D label. The meat sauce was more like unseasoned sloppy-joe mix, and I honestly thought someone had just used a potato masher on some old meatloaf, and then mixed it with water and ketchup. The pasta was overcooked (or cooked yesterday) mush and without any texture or flavor. The plate reminded me of school cafeteria fare, ...and that is being unkind to school cafeteria cooks. The desert included a very stale ladyfinger biscuit on a plate with some blueberries (which were wrinkled and well past their "freshness" window). All of that for about $30 per person, and not even a complimentary glass of wine. Never again. These folks should stick to wine-making, hire a chef, or have these things catered by someone who has a clue. Good lord. Never again.
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