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Benmarl Winery, Marlboro

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • This winery has a beautiful view of the Hudson River and surrounding mountains. The wine was very good. We tried 6 wines for $10, no souvenir glass. 
  • Winery was so cute, makes me want to get remarried and have it on their property. Service was great, yummy wines and gorgeous views. Pet friendly. Someone even let us borrow their dog for a group phot...  read more »
  • I visited here for a wine tasting. We were able to taste 6 wines for $10. I liked most of the wines I tried, and we left with a bottle of the Village Blush. We decided to split our wines and taste eac...  read more »
  • We just had our wedding here and they were AMAZING. They had very easy-to-follow rules (supply transportation for guests, music off by 10:30 pm at reception, caterers should remove trash). Casey was so easy to work with made planning the wedding very easy. The tent came with the fee paid for the wedding and they were very easy going with our vendors. Kathleen & Victor at the B&B took us in as their own kids and made our wedding day so magical! All of the guests also LOVED their wine!
  • My family and some friends attended the Pig Roast BBQ last week. 40.00 per person with Fireworks, or so that's what the ad said on their website. Well, 40.00 is just robbing people. Want to talk about stingy?? They marked your bracelet to assure you don't get seconds. They put hardly ANY FOOD in the dish (a small paper dish) and forget about the skimpiness on meat, we are talking 1 rib, 1 sliver of pig and about 1 table spoon of each side. And the 40.00 only includes a soda or water. This meal was worth a fraction of the cost. Then, to advertise fireworks in the Hudson valley? Yes, your on their mountain with a great view but the fireworks are from all the towns below you and you could hardly see anything!! You needed binoculars to see them! The point is, these people that run this place lost my business and I used to go there...and like it. They took advantage of ALOT OF PEOPLE with this event. Horrible way to do business and dishonest. The group I was with will never go here again either.
  • We purchased tickets to the 2016 4th of July pig roast at Benmarl. The $40 pig roast ticket started 4pm until 8pm and fireworks to follow. We didn't want to spend 5 hours in one spot so we decided to stop at Robibero Family Vineyards before heading over to Benmarl for dinner. We arrived at Benmarl at 6:45 to find that all the food was gone. We spoke to a nice guy carving up the last of the pig and he said the roast started at 4. He pulled a VERY small taste off the pig as a peace offering. If you are going to print the hours 4pm until 8pm on your tickets I think you need to be prepared to feed ticket holders until 8pm. The event was poorly planned and executed. I wasted $107. If you want to spend a fun day at a Hudson Valley Winery go to Robibero Family Vineyard!
  • Today 3/21/16 4 friends from Vermont and myself went to Benmarl winery for a tasting. I did my homework on Facebook and google and they both said that Benmarl was open.(i know now to always check the company website ) When i was pulling up to the winery i herd a four wheeler pull up next to me. It was younger boy that I saw taking care of animals when we pulled up the driveway. He informed us that only himself and a couple of men that were working in the vineyard were there and none of them can give us a tasting. He asked us if the sign at the bottom of the driveway said closed but i was not sure. So he apologized to us and told us the correct business hours (12 until 5 Friday-Sunday until April then they are open all week 12-6). He followed us down the driveway and saw the sign did in fact say closed But nothing was blocking airheads like me from driving up the driveway. he apologized again when i told him There should be something there blocking us from driving up the driveway like a chain or a gate (i would say a traffic cone but it would look ugly and be an eye sour) There is a gate there why not close it? The only reason i am giving this winery 3 stars is because of how apologetic, Kind and knowledgeable the young man was and the view from the outside of the winery was amazing. I just hope that next month when i come for a tasting the wine is worth it and i get to meet the young boy again so i can see "the winery animals". He told me some cool info about the animals when i tried to make a conversation with him. I tried to find a picture of him on your Facebook or website so can give credit where it is due but i cant seem to find one. He told me his name but i don't remember. I believe it started with an A. but i am not sure.
  • Beautiful location for a winery! I loved seeing the sheep and other animals by the parking lot. We fed them grass, and they were friendly. The tasting room is in one area, and across the pathway is a brick oven where a couple was making pizza. They also had homemade pumpkin soup, which was delicious! It was a cloudy, chilly day, so the soup was perfect. There's a small gazebo or table and chairs where you can sit after buying a bottle of wine. The view is amazing! It's up on a hill, and you could see mountains and trees for miles. The only reason I'm giving them 4 stars is because we arrived around 11:30am, and it was too busy to do a tasting. The entire bar area was full, and there were about 5 or 6 couples waiting their turn. We ended up buying a bottle of blush to enjoy with our pizza. If you want a relaxing outdoor experience, visit this winery.
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