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Delaney Vineyards, Grapevine

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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3.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • I am sure this would be a wonderful venue for a wedding, etc. The wine tasting was nice, we enjoyed it, but we did not love the wines, nor did we purchase any. We choose to go to Delaney because of th...  read more »
  • Tried something new last week. Saw a banner off hwy 121 on my way home from work, called and they have live music on Thursday nights, grabbed the wife and headed over. The wine was good (I'm more a be...  read more »
  • This was our first visit to the Delany Winery. When we arrived I noticed that there was only a single car in the parking lot. The Winery is a very impressive building, with large covered porch, adjace...  read more »
  • This company made a charge to my card without my knowledge, which I didn't find out about until I called to cancel my order with them. I had given them my card info with the understanding they would call me the next day to let me know the full price with shipping. I was wanting to mail a bottle of wine to a relative as a gift. It was understood my card wouldn't be charged until I received that phone call and gave them the go-ahead. Days later I still hadn't heard from them. Finally, feeling disenchanted and having lost interest in making any purshase, I called to just go ahead and cancel. It was at that point I was informed my card was already charged and the wine shipped out days ago. So, basically this company took advantage of me leaving my card info with them in good faith. After I explained my disappointment with the manager and that I would like to be reimbursed the $44 that I never agreed to pay, I was denied. No sense of urgency on her part to rectify the situation whatsoever. I would advise no one trust this company with your card information.
  • This place is gorgeous and the staff is amazing! I am not an authority on wine and not much of a white wine drinker but Their Chardonnay is fantastic! Also I am really happy about the red blend and the Pinot Noir! They are dry and delicious and have beautiful tannins. They are the kind of wine you love and expect from Texas! And the sweet red is delicious even if you have never tried wine before. It should maybe come with a portion control warning... My fiancĂ© and I fell in love with it at a tasting and knew this is where we wanted to get married! The staff is so friendly! We have been in contact with their event coordinator regularly and have had a great experience getting the information we needed to plan the wedding. I love telling people about my wedding venue and watching them light up because they have seen it at a tasting or have been there for another wedding! It's great! Check it out!
  • Wonderful people and good wine. The building was decorated for a wedding and was just beautiful. Worth the stop
  • Having a wedding here definitely felt like an afterthought for the winery. Which makes sense since it's a functioning winery. But having all the guests leave the room to go outside while they switch the room over wasn't an appealing option. No bathroom in the bride's room. Groomsmen were put in a back laboratory/office. Our guide although able to answer most questions several times referred us to an information packet she had sent 1 person in our group and did not have copies for us there.
  • I couldn't describe properly one of the most exciting experiences I had as a sommelier while putting together a wine tv show at Delaney Vineyards in Grapevine, Texas. The facilities, the people, the decor and, definitely the wines, were espectacular! Most of their wines are from grapes grown in Lamesa, 60 miles south of Lubbock. I can guess, through tasting, that the weather conditions, although a little warmer than some winemakers may desire, were good enough to produce wines of great quality. One of them comes to my mind 15 years later: their Sauvignon Blanc, with loads of ripe fruit, incredible aromas and a really exciting spiciness framed with a touch of honey that I still remember with pleasure and puzzles my instints as a sommelier. A real challenge for Texans, and a great demonstration of true love for what they do. Cheers!
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