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Ironstone Vineyards, Murphys

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Historical Tour Winery / Vineyard
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Our car club went there after lunch for a tour & wine tasting. The facility has a good bar for tasting, an interesting museum & outside grounds with trees & flowers that are like an arboretum. A good ...  more »
  • Cousins recommended we visit this winery and we were glad we did. Excellent tasting menu and very knowledgeable servers. Our group of six bought 12 bottles of wine, two wine glasses, and a lovely tee ...  more »
  • There is no match for the experience we enjoyed at Ironstone. The setting is striking, the gardens unmatched, the people beyond great--and topped off by excellent wine at--in my opinion--giveaway pric...  more »
Google
  • Super awesome place with an amphitheater and often has live music with some big name acts. They always have a nice menu with lunch items and wine tasting. Also has a fabulous little historical museum with a 44 lb gold nugget and other local items some of which touch on the local mining operations. I recommend stopping in, you won't be disappointed.
  • This gorgeous vineyard is just south of Murphys and sits on over one thousand acres of pristine hill country. Amazing tour of the winery and the Kautz family's contribution to preserve the areas heritage in their museum.
  • We have been here for concerts and at other times, just looking around. They have done a really great job with the place. I the jewelry shop and museum are well worth the drive (which is nice too) to see. The people are very friendly. Next time we have to try the cafe.
  • Beautiful grounds, a pretty decent deli, and an impressive collection of miner artifacts, stones, and crystals. The wine was mediocre, though. Relatively bland and indistinct, but not at all bad. The big exception of the Symphony Obsession. This unusual varietal produced a complex and floral wine that was really interesting, if a tad sweet. If you like a Gew├╝rztraminer or a Riesling, definitely worth a try.
  • Ate here with many cousins very nice