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Schnebly Redland's Winery & Brewery, Homestead

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  • you enjoy the wine tasting,with family or friends, a lot of nature around, behind they have the beer brewing company where kids can play.  more »
  • I love the variety Schnebly's offers. You can hang out in the winery under tiki huts and twinkling lights or you can opt for a more laid back vibe of the brewery with its industrial feel and party gam...  more »
  • What a surprise! Wine without grapes is unheard-of.....but they pulled it off! Very unique wine tasting experience. Staff were helpful and friendly. The Miami Brewing Company located on the same peope...  more »
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  • A must stop for everyone who wants to challenge their pallets to unique and exotic blends of local fruits made into wines. A tasting of your choice of 5 wines with a beautiful souvenir glass is only $12.95. My favorites were Guava, Cat 2 Hurricane Red, and Avovino. Michael was our wine presenter; personable and knowledgeable, he made the tasting a fun and informative experience. It didn't hurt that he was cute either. We did the tour for $8.00 each with Michael as our guide. Again a great time and I must comment on the pristine condition of the grounds and manufacturing areas. We also met Mr Schnebly, the owner, who was gracious and very down to earth.
  • My boyfriend and I walked into the winery at 4:33 PM on a Monday due to traffic in the area. We had just come from another area attraction and were hoping for a tasting. Absolutely no one greeted us or offered to help us, even as we stood by the host's stand. We looked around and walked over to the bar, where we still were not assisted. A male and female staff member were helping other customers, but there were at least two other employees just sitting at a table in the corner and another in an office wearing what would term not a friendly-looking face. After we stood there for what seemed to be eternity without anyone saying anything to us, the female employee said to Jorge (the person who eventually helped), "What time do we close today?" He responded 5 PM. She then said, "And isn't last call 4:30 PM?" At least four different staff members had stared at us, given us ugly looks, and just plain ignored us at that point. This included what looked like the manager in an office near the register for the gift shop. My point in writing this is the fact that we had taken time out of our vacation to come to this winery. To be ignored and then have some snide, rude comments made by employees about us arriving a few minutes late is ridiculous. All we wanted to do was to do a quick tasting. Eventually Jorge came over and placed a few glasses down near us while quickly shoving pieces of paper at us to pick out wines. He continually just quickly served us with a few terse sentences, then went back over to another couple on the other side of the bar. He focused his attention on them. It seemed odd that no one else would help us despite the fact that soon there were four employees standing and sitting in the same corner on their phones. In conclusion, don't expect to get good service here if you happen to be a few minutes late. Don't even expect to be told to your face that serving time is over. Expect to get rude looks and to be ignored nearly the entire time. If it had been my choice, I would not have given anyone a tip and we would not have bought any wine. We had driven all the way over to the winery from the Everglades Alligator Farm, so we figured we might as well get something while we were there.
  • Had a company event here, and enjoyed ourselves. Expected more grape based wines, but liked the complexity and difference of what they make locally. Don't skip Miami Brewing in the back.
  • So I waited to give my review after a couple of visits just to make sure I was giving this place a chance and our bad experiences weren't just by chance. Let me start off by saying the food here at the restaurant is delicious. We have eaten here twice and both times food was on point. However, the customer service here is severely lacking. The first time we came for an early dinner around 4:30 on a Friday and there was maybe 4 othere tables seated. We stood at the hostess stand for 5 minutes or so without anyone greeting us or even acknowledging us when they walked past us Finally we asked someone if we could be seated and got attitude as though we were an inconvenience for the workers standing around. Our second visit we tried to visit Sunday afternoon around 2 or so and again no one greeted us for 5 or so minutes until we initiated and we were turned away because we didn't have reservations even though many tables were open. Our last visit we called and made reservations for Friday evening at 5pm. Again when we arrived, 4 or 5 workers were mulling around not really looking busy but apparently too busy to acknowledge us or ask if we had been helped. Again we approached someone to ask about being seated and again we were treated with disrespect and an attitude and total confusion when we told them we had reservations. After being seated we waited 15 minutes before any server came to greet us and get our drinks and we weren't the only table suffering from this as all tables around us were grumbling about the lack of service. I'm not sure if there is something we are missing when we go in as it's a bit confusing because of the wine tastings and brewery tastings tours that they also do but I don't think any of that falls on the consumer to figure out. The only reason we have come back again and again is because the food is great, the grounds are beautiful and we have a toddler that makes this a good place to keep him entertained for dinner. There needs to be some major training on customer service with all their employees as we won't be returning anytime soon because of their rude employees.
  • Come for the wine, not for the food. Not sure if the redland restaurant was having an off day in the kitchen but the fries were cold, the pulled pork was very dry and the cheesecake tasted like pure cream cheese. The only thing we enjoyed was the wine unfortunately.