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Georgetown Winery, Georgetown

(3.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Georgetown Winery has a great selection of wines from dry to sweet. The owners are very friendly. The staff is always willing to answer any questions you have. Great place to visit! 
  • A quaint little winery on the square in Georgetown. My favorite wine is the blueberry wine. Not too sweet like some other's. Great place to just have a glass of wine and relax for a bit. 
  • Had a great day at this winery. They also have amazing olive oils and a cute little store. The ladies were wonderful and enjoyed learning about their wines and oils. 
  • We are at the winery every week. The reasons are many. The atmosphere is perfect. Welcoming, friendly, attentive (with out being pushy). We love so many of the wines! Our absolute favorite is the Tempranillo it is one of the best wines we have ever had. We recommend the winery to anyone who will listen. We have met several people there because it is such a friendly place.
  • We love the Georgetown Winery. My husband and I are wine club members. The owners and staff are knowledgeable about wine and wine parings, friendly, accomodating, and have a welcoming environment.
  • Friendly, knowledgeable staff, helped me pick out the perfect gift!
  • I was excited to actually try the Georgetown Winery till I got there. 2 people on a Saturday afternoon doing all the tastings, sales, packing and snacks. Far to understaffed. The worst though...was the wine. Of the 4 wines tasted each one was worse than the last. The Blackberry tasted as though someone took children's grape juice, added sugar and alcohol. The Blush was a combination of Boonhill and a jolly rancher. The pinot noir was liquid smoke with a hint of dry red. Great for marinating but horrible for drinking. The PB&J was the WORST. Alcoholic rotting jam. It took 5 minutes and a bottle of water to clear the taste. There are amazing wineries in Texas...this is NOT one of them. Pass up this experience.
  • Love love this winery!! Great owners and good wine!