Malibu Wines, Malibu
Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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Vi var ett sällskap på 7 personer. Vägen dit var vacker. Ganska liten vinodling. Vi tog vinprovning 5 vita och 5 röda viner. Kunskapen hos personalen var dålig. De kunde inte tala om vilken druva som ... read more »We were a party of 7 people. The way there was beautiful. Pretty small vineyard. We took wine tasting 5 white and 5 red wines. The knowledge of the staff was poor. They could not talk about the grape that was basic to the sparkling wine. In addition, it was filled with the wine of the same glass but to be rinsed out between times! There was a tour of the Orchard but it went mostly to show giraffes and zebras who apparently were kept cooped up in there. It was still a fun experience.show original
Visited the winery for a wedding. The grounds are amazing. The giraffe even posed for wedding pics. If you come on your own, make sure to bring food. They do not serve food if you are not there for a ... read more »
Hubby scheduled a beautiful day at Malibu Wines for our one-year wedding anniversary (Monday, September 12th). With the beautiful landscape, ambiance & weather, this would have been an exceptional exp... read more »
Nice ride around the park on the Safaria Ride and good tasting wine and charcuterie. The guides were awesome too.
The place is nice, however management needs lots of improvement, unprofessional with lack of respect for customers, the manager needs to know his limits and do his homework before making judgments. I have been in this place couple of times but the last time I had a very bad experience unfortunately.
Group parties beware! 14$ valet parking which is ridiculous. Went for a party for a friend who called and reserved the gazebo. They specifically asked if they could bring a photographer and was told as long as you don't take pictures of the guests it's fine. The day of the manager says you have to pay thousands of dollars to take pictures here, and won't let my friend take pictures. The manager refuses to let her talk to the owner. Rip off around every corner, barely any shade, astroturf everywhere. The wine was okay though and you probably won't care about the lack of customer service once you're smashed.
If I'm in the mood for wine tasting, but not in the mood to drive south to Temecula or up north to Napa this is my go-to spot. Hidden away in the Santa Monica mountains semi-close to Malibu beach (but not close enough to feel the beautiful beach weather so come prepared and dressed appropriately). Wine tasting prices seem reasonable for 5 or 6 glasses/tasters, but I usually get a bottle to myself. Bottle of Merlot is roughly $30~ and it is super delicious. Prices range between high $20s and low $40s. Some fancy bottles go beyond $40/$50, but avoid those. Area has a capacity limit that they are starting to enforce that is set to 600. If they are at capacity they will not let people in unless you have a prior reservation. Area is decent sized and seems like it can fit more than 600, but regardless good sized area. There is an "upstairs" area which is more of an "up-the-hill" area usually reserved and the general seating area. Seats/tables in front of the stage where live music is at and general grass area throughout the site. There is a cute little shop when you walk in to your left for souvenirs/goodies. Another photo spot with fake wine barrels and fake wine pouring out. Big giant WINE signage for another photo spot once you walk in. And there is a mini school bus (usually reserved) for seating amongst other things. No food served here, but you can bring your own snacks/treats. Definitely check this place out!
I mean, really, what's there to say about this place that you haven't already heard. It's picture perfect. You take a 30 minute drive up a mountainous area, park a mile away from this place then take a shuttle to get to it. You fill up your basket with a bunch of cheeses, crackers, sides, and other picnic-y items, and spend your day there. Simple as that. Beware, they don't allow you to bring in outside wine, you have to buy their own. Which actually tastes good and isn't TOO crazy expensive. If you have a large group, or if you want a good seat, make sure to get there early because spots FILL UP!
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