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Greendance The Winery at Sandhill, Mount Pleasant
(3.9/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • We visit Greendance at least three or four times per year. The grounds are lovely and peaceful, and the wine tasting experience is free. I enjoy many of the varieties of wine, but find the Sparkling I...  more »
  • Three friends and I stopped on a Sunday afternoon. The grounds were beautiful, the band that was playing was really good and the wine samples were wonderful. We all bought multiple bottles. I wish tha...  more »
  • We went with another couple on a lovely, warm, sunny fall Tuesday. Very quiet. Lively grounds with a large flower garden and big sheep pasture. You can taste 6 of their wines in the tasting room. We h...  more »
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  • Over the last 5 years Greendance was probably our favorite Sunday outing throughout the spring summer and early fall. However as with each of these wineries as they grow larger the signs and the rules take the fun away. Each Sunday we would pack a picnic basket of fresh fruit and crackers and nuts and buy a bottle (or two) of wines and have a Sunday afternoon picnic. On Sunday they chased us away not allowing picnic baskets. Sad very Sad.... Not far away Stone villa (with its thousand signs) still allows picnic lunches. Im sure many people enjoy the freedom of buying snacks and drinking wine from a plastic glass and avoiding the fuss of packing a lunch and "real " wine glasses but many like us like to pack our picnic basket and load the convertible for a sunday outing. We have visited wineries through-out New York, Ohio, California (Temecula, Napa, Sonoma), France, Italy (Tuscany ,Napoli and Pescara) almost ALL allow picnic lunches. Narcisi (Gibsonia, Pa) also allows picnic baskets in a portion of their pavilion (also a very nice restaurant)
  • The wine and scenery is amazing. And most of the staff was amazing, except the first lady. She did not great us, was very miserable when giving us samples. Threatened we only have six samples. My friend and I were there to buy a case EACH. The second young lady was amazing, she was 22 and treated us great. After tasting we went to pick out our 12 each and the short haired lady at the register was not very nice and was miserable and kept giving us dirty looks, which kind of ruined our experience especially since we spent over $300. I really love the wine but that one lady ruined the experience so we bought our wine and left and did not explore. This was the second time with a very rude staff member in a row at this location, which is unfortunate because we love everything else about it.
  • We went to this winery to celebrate my aunts 60th birthday. The ONLY reason it's getting a star is for the delicious wine and landscape. From the moment I pulled in, the man in the parking lot was very rude and clearly miserable. Next, a blonde lady approached us and was the rudest person I've ever encountered. She was upset we brought snacks although the lady on the phone said we could because of food diets and allergies and the fact that their menu couldn't accommodate us. The blonde lady proceeded to tell us we shouldn't have came and acted like we weren't welcomed. We wanted to leave but we didn't want to ruin my aunts surprise.. It's a shame because we ended up spending a lot of money on wine, but I will never recommend this place to anyone. I'm not surprised that others have had this same experience.
  • One of the nicest places in the area. The scenery is extremely nice, and almost makes you forget you're in Pennsylvania.
  • Excellent atmosphere, awesome music, great food, and fine wine!