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Cape Cod Winery, Falmouth
(3.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • After a recent trip to Cape Cod, we were lucky enough to visit Cape Cod Winery. A friend from Japan was visiting Cape Cod. On his behalf, we were doing some research on where he should go while he vis...  more »
  • Tasting was outdoors at individual tables; only one gal was pouring and she was busy with two other tables. She was pleasant and did apologize for our wait, but when she told us of their tasting fee, ...  more »
  • We stopped in on our way back to boston and had a wonderful tasting! It was $10 which included about 5 different tastings of wine and you get to keep the wine glass. They recently moved to a new locat...  more »
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  • I always enjoyed visiting wineries and vineyards, and trying some of their wines. I found a lovely winery in Upper Cape, called Cape Cod Winery. They have moved to the current location only a few years ago, where it used to be a farm with a farmhouse. We arrived shortly after they opened, but the small winery was already almost full. Inside the farmhouse was really lovely and cozy. It was a real “house” rather than a winery or a shop or anything commercial. They were using the kitchen space with cute box window. From review from others, it seems like this is not going to be the "official tasting room" - it is still under construction? Which makes sense, it didn't seem like a proper tasting room. We got to taste 5 different wines for the tasting ($10), and at the end, each one of us got a wine glass with Cape Cod Winery on it!!! I thought that is a pretty great deal. We started with Cranberry Blush. One of the best thing about this winery for me is that they have sweet fruity wines! This one is a luscious Seyval grape white wine, fermented with organic cranberries from Cape Cod. I have seen cranberry bogs in Cape Cod, and I hear there are thousands of acres of cranberry bogs in the Cape alone. It is a great way to incorporate the local cranberries into the wine. It was smooth and fruity, just the way I liked it, with the beautiful rosy color, and lingering cranberry finish. We also tasted Regatta, Nobska Light White, Merot/Cabernet Franc, and Reel Red. We ended buying 4 bottles, and my in-laws bought 2 bottles. and we got 5% off. I really enjoyed the tasting here, great wines, friendly owners, at cozy, warm setting. I of course recommended this place to others, and already gave one of the Nobska Light White as a gift, which received high rating. I would definitely go back again for more wonderful wines! Read my full review on my food blog, foodlovergirl.
  • This is such a charming start up. Erika is very entertaining in the history of the winery and 1800+ year old farmhouse. No pressure, she wants you to have a joyful time, and when her husband Pete walks in from the field, it is hilarious. They make a great tram and are so very hospitable. It was worth my $10 and got to keep their logo wine glass. Loved the Cranberry Blush and Blueberry wines!
  • After a recent trip to Cape Cod, we were lucky enough to visit Cape Cod Winery. A friend from Japan was visiting Cape Cod. On his behalf, we were doing some research on where he should go while he visited. We suggested him to visit Martha’s Vineyard. He asked if he could go for wine tasting at Martha’s Vineyard. With no wineries on Martha’s Vineyard, we luckily found this great winery. He did not end up going but upon our latest visit to the Cape we made a beeline for this cute winery. The Cape Cod Winery is run by the Olleander family. Pete, the owner, with his wife were our wine tasting guide. He was very amiable. It was a Sunday in August so it was still high season on the cape. We were lucky to come just after they opened but they were already busy with two separate groups. The winery wine tasting area is inside the kitchen of the Olleander’s house. It is really refreshing to see a small business owners working hard with their local product. I liked this older renovated farm house which had a lot of character to it. The wine tasting progressed with four wines. They had quite a few varieties. Blueberry was sold out when we visited. We are very partial to more fruity wines. For our tasting, we started with Cranberry Blush which not too tart and list. Then, we had Nobska White Light which was light citrus flavor to it. The Nobska Light is called the White Table Wine. We moved onto red wine. We had the Merlot/Cabernet Franc which is aged in oak barrels with a fruity character. We ended with Regatta which is a dessert wine with Concord, Peaches, and Strawberries. We bought six bottles of wine with the Nobska Light, Cranberry and Regatta filling out a nice box for us. I look forward to getting more wine next time in Falmouth. Check photos at a foodlovergirl website
  • Wine testing $5, becasuse they give u a glass with their logo after the tasting.
  • The owners are living their dream!