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Mayo Family Winery, Glen Ellen

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  • The Mayo Family Winery is a must visit for the lunch time food and wine pairing which is simply excellent.They have a brilliant young Slovakian chef called Sam Frumkin who will surely be enticed away ...  more »
  • Stopped here on a winery tour and it was a fun experience. Tasted about six different wines they offer. Also got to go behind the scenes and see how they process their wines. Only winery on our tour t...  more »
  • Excellent wine tasting! Friendly staff who spent sufficient time with our group and for the last tasting she took us outside to a picnic table which was a beautiful courtyard. Very nice!  more »
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  • Amazing selection of delicious wines. The staff is very knowledgeable.
  • We stayed in Glen Ellen and had 6:30 reservations in Yountville so had some time to kill after 5 when most other wineries are closed. This winery was included in our B&B winery passport for free tastings so we stopped by. Tastings room was right off the main road and the bar was fairly crowded. They have 2 tasting menus and a specific b&b menu. The woman helping us wasn't super friendly, no greeting, she just put the menus on the counter and came back a bit later to tell us about it. After we told her we had a winery passport, she gave us the b&b menu. She didn't tell us anything about the winery and not much about the wine, she was busy doing a bunch of other things while serving people like stocking shelves, carrying boxes back and forth. It was quite strange and made the experience kind of lame. She'd disappear at times and another man behind the counter poured us 2/5 which might have been a good thing because he actually said something about the wine as he poured. The pours were of good size but the wine was unimpressive. I dumped a lot of my wine and left not liking any of them really. Not much to see here, glad we didn't pay for the tasting.
  • Not a good experience. Very rude service
  • Favorite winery in the area. Service is great, wine is delicious, and the atmosphere is cozy and friendly.
  • My wife and I have had many different Mayo wines over several years, and they just do not disappoint. One after another, we have found each wine special...its pretty much all we are keeping in our cellar.