Schnebly Redland's Winery & Brewery, Homestead
Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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After spending the better part of our weekend preparing for hurricane Matthew, my husband and I decided to make the 40 minute drive down to Schnebly’s to enjoy a couple glasses of wine and an hour or ... read more »
I had only been to this place once before, so was eager to return. On this Sunday afternoon admission was free. There was live music going on in the back courtyard under the large thatched chickees, w... read more »
Family and friends highly recommended this place. We had cancelled two other attempts to visit and were EXTREMELY EXCITED to finally visit today. The 40 minute drive there, built even more excitement.... read more »
I love this place, great atmosphere, good food, the beer place is fantastic for a group of friends if you like the country style atmosphere, the winery is great... 100% recommend
If I could leave less than a star, I would. When you walk up to the front you have to pay $12 to get in and $12 for the wine tasting. They only provide one bar for the wine tasting and it was really uncomfortable for a group of 4. The wine tasted really cheap so I obviously can't recommend any wine. Each wine either tasted too sweet or to sour. I think I enjoyed 1 out 5 wines I tasted this evening and they only had a few options. I'm 22 years old and I honestly felt like it was a complete waste of time and travel from Miami Lakes. I'm a wine lover and I enjoyed many wine nights to understand atmosphere and placement. If you have back problems, don't go. If you don't like being around a lot of people, don't go. If you don't like being rushed to taste sip of wine, don't go. Please feel free to visit your local publix to pick up your favorite wine and a redbox, you will enjoy it much more. Love, Mulatta
Had my purse stolen while my mom was next to it, but entertained by the band. She nervously told me that she is worried because she didn't see me take my purse to the bathroom, and it wasn't on the table. She said she thought the table next to us may have taken it. Sure enough it was on their table and the large group acted as if nothing had happened. The group was friends with the band members which infuriates me even more. I informed the owners but not much was done. Place became ridiculously expensive, and lost all its charm throughout the years. Sad because when I visited for the first time 8 years ago I adored it.
Went for their live music. Was shocked that the cover was $12.50, which is a tedious amount to pay when you drove far as heck to get there in the first place, only to hang out for about 3 hours tolerating insanely hot and humid weather in the outdoor area. The bottle of wine purchased, Cat 3, tasted like rancid fruit juice. Moved to the Miami Brewing Co warehouse in the back. Atmosphere was nice and laid back with a rock band, Silver Spine, playing in the back. Beer selection was good, despite that they quickly ran out of some of the choices. The food however was subpar. And that's putting it nicely. Description on the menu made them look deluxe and tasty, particularly the Mango and blue cheese- topped burger with bacon. Well...they ran out of bacon so they added chorizo instead. The mango jelly was a sad, thin drizzle you could hardly taste, and it was overall a terrible attempt at food not worth its price. Everything was unnecessarily overpriced. The worst of it is that it made me terribly sick. I'm of a strong stomach and hardly ever have an upset stomach (extremely rare for me), but this food gave me FOOD POISONING. Was the cheese not fresh? Was the meat bad? Was the chorizo questionable? Whatever it is, I greatly regret it and will never be eating from their sorry grill again. All in all none of it was worth any of the money (including gasoline and mileage...this is literally the middle of nowhere) that I spent that night. People would give it good reviews because the winery's little waterfall looks pretty. The stone bridge looks romantic when it's not blocked off. But the location also has artificial turf grass throughout...not very eco friendly. Don't give into the hype; it's not worth it.
I thought this was an awesome place when I visited since I had never been to a vinyard before, but now I feel ripped off. When I went back home (to philadelphia) I found out they double charged for the tour when we purchased the growlers beer. My brother in law paid for the tour tickets on his card and I offered to pay for the growlers jug. It was supposed to be $17(which is advertised on their website). I paid $53 and some change for 2. I contacted them to let them know of this and they refused to refund me the $17 I was overcharged (that's almost the price for another jug!!). They are stating there is no way to prove the tour tickets were paid for me by my brother in law. They SOLD these growlers jugs WHILE we were on tour, so there is no good reason why I was charged again for the tour while being on tour in the first place. It makes no sense whatsoever. It's ridiculous that they can get away with this. They are scamming their customers with this "deal." There's no way to prove this after you are gone so just be aware.
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