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Jerome Winery, Jerome
(3.3/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • We had a great time downstairs with tony. He told some great jokes and the atmosphere was great. Upstairs we had a fantastic time with Alex. He did a separate wine tasting than tony downstairs. He was...  more »
  • We were celebrating my sister's 60th Birthday and she had suggested stopping by to do some wine tasting. I was blown away by the wines at Cellar 433. The place is comfortable with not only a tasting b...  more »
  • We stayed with 433, but wasn't all that comfortable about being "pushed" to the second winery. We did find one red (I liked), and one white (Ma liked). I think they could be a bit cheaper with the tas...  more »
  • The people who run the winery are a riot, very fun! They are knowledgable and enjoy what they do. I love the wine grapes that were growing right outside (they are for the birds to eat but I indulged in their tartness!).
  • So disappointing! We love supporting local businesses, but this one is not worth the stop. The service was terrible, terrible. My husband had called to ask some questions several days before we headed up and the woman was terribly rude -- still, we decided to go anyway -- but found that it was even worse in person. What a disappointing way to have spent a birthday afternoon. She haughtily spoke of the family owned winery, even snubbing another vineyard owner who had come in to chat and see what they were about. She also rudely addressed her new employee (who was a very kind and good humored man). Unfortunately, the taste of the wine didn't compensate for the poor service. I'd recommend passing this one up and spending more time exploring the town -- or heading over to Chino Valley to check out their winery there -- that one is great!
  • There are two tasting rooms for this family owned winery. First (and least, in my opinion) is the Jerome Winery on Clark Street. Here you get the unblended wines, which were fine. Not great, but fine. The real greatness lies down on Hull Avenue! Right next to the Raku Gallery is the Bitter Creek tasting room. Here are all the blends, the heart and soul. Isaiah was more than happy to share his families wines with me and the other customers. His excitement, honesty, and good nature lead to an excellent afternoon that I would encourage you to experience for yourself! I will definitely be back and purchase more wine from here!