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Fat Ass Ranch and Winery, Fredericksburg
(3.6/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Tasting was fun. Wine was okay but pretty pricey. Staff was friendly but super fast. Awesome live band on the patio (wish it had been warmer so we could enjoy them longer). 
  • Excellent frozen sangria. Ten bucks. Cool wine tasting respite from the shopping crowds. Wine is kinda meh, but Texas wines are kinda meh. Get a sangria. Try not to pop your eyes at the ten spot they ...  more »
  • Called into ranch on our way from Austin to Fredricksburg. Got to sample 6 lovely wines while served by Julie. She was extremely friendly and had excellent knowledge of all the wines. Didn't feel obli...  more »
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  • We came here as part of the tours for my bachelorette party! A lot of their wines were sweet, which are not my favorite, but the peach wine was awesome! The Cabernet was also great and not too sweet! Also get the frozen sangria... You won't regret it! Danny provided our tasting. He was friendly, helpful and made the experience so fun! We stopped here first but came back again after our other wineries because the live music, patio and atmosphere were just really fun!
  • I am a sweet wine girl and loved this place. They are a kind hearted place. They have some dry but Plenty of sweet wine. The prickly pear jalapeño wine was amazing! Already looking into getting it shipped in the USA while I travel!!! Got to give this place a try!!!
  • Loved this winery! Our guy was super knowledgeable about the wines and was super funny. We ended up buying a case, mostly the Peach (which is amazing) and the Jalapeño Prickly Pear! Also, best shirts and hats I've seen so far!
  • Was told this would be the most fun winery on our tour. Birthday weekend, four girls having a fun weekend; we went on Sunday June 12th around 2:00. It was disappointing to say the least. We were greeted by a very sweet man but once he opened the door for us, it went downhill from there. Our server, Ben, was not a happy camper, was rude, told us nothing about the wines, just had no social interaction at all. It was so uncomfortable for us; especially after we had so much fun at Grape Creek Winery and Becker Winery. Our expectations were to continue this fun; but we could not leave fast enough. The wines were tasty, the peach wine was so good, but he made no attempt to show us a bottle to purchase, really to tell us anything. Ben basically poured and turned away to fumble with something behind him. Their logo is cute, we bought t-shirts, but least favorite tasting. Need to hire staff that are happy to interact with patrons who are paying $$$ to enjoy your product. Went to Baron's Creek Vineyard after that and they were fantastic, loved treating us like they were happy we were there. What a difference. Skip this winery would be my advice. There are some really great ones on the tour and they make you want to join their wine club and be a part of the fun. Not this one, skip, skip, skip.
  • The experience was the HIGHLIGHT of our day! Owned by a nice, congenial farming family that expanded into wine! They have the best drawl and are so respectful and happy to sit and talk with you! Nontraditional wines (peach, watermelon, etc) may turn off traditional wine snobs but it's a great place to experience. GO!