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Wildcat Creek Winery, Lafayette
(4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • I love coming here. The tasting room is small, but nice. Love that you can buy local cheese and wine and enjoy them on the outdoor porch or indoor sun room. 
  • We had fun at the free wine tasting. They make quite a few decent wines. My favorite was the Caambrshin. If you go take time to eat out on the deck or at the picnic tables. Lovely place. 
  • We had a wonderful time visiting. 5 tastes for free! Kaitlyn was a fun and informative host, giving us great tips and insights to each wine we chose. The outdoor seating area is a beautiful place to h...  more »
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  • I hadn't been to this winery for a year and it has went from a 5⭐️ to I probably won't revisit unfortunately Every wine that was sampled to my friend and I (me a dry wine drinker and my friend a sweet wine drinker) was served room temperature which does not do anything for a white wine. I asked the girl working behind tasting bar several different questions and all her answers were "I don't know". They only thing she really said a full sentence to was that "when people are unsure which wine to purchase she steers them to any of the 3 Lafayettes since they are the cheapest" After our tasting was finished I asked why they all were served at room temp, her reply was, " they are chilled until we open then we pull all the wines out of and put along bar so we don't have to walk back and forth the fridge" :( :( so unless you get there as soon as they open you will never get to taste any white or sweet wine of theirs chilled :( My friend and I both wanted to have a glass or two and have some cheese and crackers so she bought a bottle out of their cooler since we both were wanting wine to be cold and we were told there is no ice there. She was sitting down just starting to enjoy her glass and I brought up to counter a bottle of dry wine since I didn't want to share sweet wine with her and was told they couldn't open that bottle cause only one bottle per two people. I told the girl that if the wine was cold we would have just had glasses and she said wine was just pulled out of fridge this morning (2 pm when we were there) I was also told by girl that "you said you've been here before" and when I had been there in the past when was always serve chilled so this was something new to me. Unfortunately the reason I have to keep same girl is because when we walked in we were not even introduced to her by her name she never talked to us or anything during tasting? And I responded yes but that was a cpl hours ago and is no longer chilled. So my friend that I brought from Illinois to this winery had to have her bottle of wine re-corked and we left without spending any other money in the establishment. Very sad to see a winery that me and my family and friends used to enjoy so much go downhill like this.
  • This place is great! Their wines are very delicious and the atmosphere is so laid back. If you have a chance drop in, grab a glass of wine and relax! My favorite wine was the Chambourcin very very tasty. Highly Recommend this winery to anyone!
  • Awesome wines
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  • Great local winery. I make my own wine and they helped me out when I couldn't find my corker. They have some great tasting wines too, try the Lafayette red or their blush. Glad I paid them a visit.