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Papapietro Perry Winery, Healdsburg

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • This winery is located on a hill and amongst a group of several wineries sharing some space to show off their products. This one was recommended but we were unaware this was a Pinot Noir focused winer...  read more »
  • We visited this winery with high hopes. The wines were fair but thought that this thing of paying $20 each for tasting even if you purchase wine is not a practice that makes sense. We didn't buy any w...  read more »
  • Out of all the wineries we visited, we joined the club at Papapietro Perry so as not to miss its exquisite pinots and other delicious offerings. Ben Papapietro himself was there when we visited (his s...  read more »
  • Have been here a number of times to taste, joined the wine club on last visit. Staff are welcoming and knowledgeable, and it is a fun experience all around. And the wine is superb....spoils you for other pinots.
  • The best Pinots I've ever tasted and I love their sense of humor. Their tasting room is in the heart of Dry Creek Valley and has fantastic views of the valley from their outdoor patio. Their t-shirts have hilarious wine sayings: "So good you'll want to swallow", "Near Perfect", "Long lasting with a big finish", etc. I own 3 of them. Go for the Pinot, stay for the views and the good company. Cheers!
  • Just didn't enjoy the wines. Too acidic for me
  • First. the wine is good. Second. The tasting room experience is bad - bush-league at its best. We were a group of 11 patient fun people. Arrived in the tasting room near closing and received a brusk push to the register to pay-up for the tasting. The tasting room manager first tried to over charge us, but that was corrected after providing a little example and count for her ($5 x 11 = 55). Just after, the server was moving so fast to get us through the tasting that it felt like he was throwing the wine at our glasses hoping to get a drop in. We asked him to slow down, and to his credit he caught himself and did take more care. Two people had missed a pour (because they were going so fast) and the server told us that the bottle was empty and they didn't plan to open another bottle. We approached Amy the tasting room manager asking her assistance, and she was immediately rude and said sorry we are done. We ask for our money back for those two, she huffed at us and she literally threw two $5 bills at us. Third. We left immediately and Papapietro missed the sale of several bottles (that is why we were there in the first place). Really bad experience for what is a pretty good wine. The economy isn't in good shape and there are plenty of people who need jobs that are willing and capable of providing good if not great service. I hope the owners of this winery catch a clue and read some of the other dissatisfied posts. There are plenty of other good wines at their prices (not cheap) available at California restaurants. I'll have to skip Papapietro wine choice on the wine menu for a while until we can get that bad taste of experience out of our mouth.
  • Great Pinots, and Great People!
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