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Barking Rocks Vinyard & Winery, Granbury

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 30 reviews on the web
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  • Rustic winery in the middle of no where. Wines were okay, but service...not so much. Took home 1 bottle (usually buy 2 more more). We were with friends, having a good time. Server/owner acted as if we...  read more »
  • What a great winery. Unfortunately the tasting room is only open on Saturdays, but we were very pleasantly surprised with the quality of the wines. You go to some wineries in small towns and the wines...  read more »
  • Stopped in on a Sunday and the owner could not have been more gracious. Beautiful piece of land, rustic tasting room, time to talk to wine maker, and the wine was tasty. The roussanne was a standout f...  read more »
  • Beautiful building and good wine. A friend had taken me to see the winery and Tiberius took the time to take me on a tour of the winery. Great place!
  • Great place to go, owners are wonderful people Great atmosphere! !
  • The winery is lovely. Nice setting, nice old building for the tasting room and events, picnic tables out back and the staff is friendly. We really liked some of the wines and between the three of us bought six bottles. So why the three star rating. Well, when all was said and done we felt kind of ripped off. The tasting is $6 for 5 tastings of wine. That's okay, even reasonable. What is not okay is pouring LESS THAN 1/2 oz. Seriously, there was not even enough for one good quaff. And the staff is very consistent in the amount they pour, which once again, is measely. So, after pouring this scant amount the least they can do is credit your $6 on your purchase of a bottle. Well, they don't do that either. So, we had a nice visit , we bought some delicious wines but left with a sour taste in our mouth.
  • nice place, great owner and vines. we visit vineyard every year, taking dozen of bottles. Vine has unique taste, great for special occasion and gift.
  • A quaint Granbury vineyard with a few solid wines does not make up for the unfriendliness of the staff. There are other places to go for moderate wine, but at least poured by someone who can smile. The woman in charge of tastings at a wedding reception I attended quite possibly had the worst attitude I have ever encountered in Texas, not to mention was entirely put off that she had to actually answer questions about the wine... Of the 75 people at this reception, nearly 1/3 of them left with a story about being treated indifferently, poorly, and worse by this woman - who should have stayed at home if she didn't want to work that day. The bride and groom's families even shut down the party an hour early because of the bad energy given off at the taste counter. Also, it's a shame that the winery owner brushed off all complaints sent his way after the event because he most certainly just lost a great deal of business. He apparently made little effort to properly address the bad evening. I feel so sorry for the families!
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