Located in the heart of historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania and situated on a subdivision of land originally deeded by William Penn to his daughters, Rose Bank Winery is an estate consisting of a manor house and several outbuildings. The manor house, circa 1719, was constructed of dressed stone and is one of only 25 built in Bucks County. A Carriage House was added in 1720.Add Rose Bank Winery and other attractions to your Newtown trip itinerary using our Newtown road trip planning tool .
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Rose Bank Winery Reviews
Such an amazing winery with a beautiful atmosphere. Wines are delish! Two weddings were going on here when we visited for a tasting and the decor was amazing. Staff was very pleasant. What a great exp... more »
We went for a wine tasting and had a wonderful time with the staff. Matthew, Amanda and Mike were so helpful. Matthew knew the wines very well. Definitely a place to go for a wine tasting and a day ou... more »
Отличное место, хорошее вино и отменный сервис. Будете проезжать мимо найдите 45 минут насладится изысканным вином. Мы купили бутылку каберне савиньон и открыли уже дома по приезду. Полный восторг. more »Great place, good wine and excellent service. Will pass by find 45 minutes to enjoy the exquisite wine. We bought a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon and opened at home on arrival. A complete delight.
Rose Bank Winery is a beautiful venue for a rustic wedding. It is always a pleasure to decorate this gorgeous venue. RentALL Affairs looks forward to our next event!
Our experience was good, my girlfriend and I were waited on by Shiela who was very friendly and nice to us. She talked about each wine and made our visit very enjoyable. The wines were alright, my favorite was the Hallowine. Wasn't a fan of how other workers kept butting into our convos, but the samples of cheese and dips made up for it.
What a gorgeous venue! The staff was fantastic!
Delicious wine and very friendly staff
1 star for the wine and 1 star for the service, but the venue itself is quite beautiful. The wines themselves are average, but they do offer some unique fruit wines (acai and pomegranate). Unfortunately, most of the fruit wines have a bitter, instant-puckering taste. The 3 different staff members providing pourings were very inattentive, and casually at that, as if wine pourings are served at their convenience. This is the kind of place where staff workers milling around chatting or looking at their phones is commonplace, regardless of if there are tasters with empty glasses or customers waiting to be checked out. One staff member in particular provided one of the most awkward wine tasting experiences of my life. We greeted her -- not the other way around -- after she ignored us standing at the counter for several minutes. First she started conversing with us in a whisper, then she spoke louder, making lots of unrelated comments. Eventually I asked where and how we do the tastings (she didn't see it fit to bring it up). She then asked if we'd done a tasting there before (probably not if I'm asking where and how we do a tasting?). Eventually she charged us for the tasting and then screwed up the register, which took another 3 minutes to resolve, then proceeded to give incorrect change. She then directed us to the tasting room. Once we got to the tasting room, she asked if we had received our drink voucher book (each tasting gets 8 slips of paper). We politely said no, and she realized she never gave them to us. She kept forgetting to take one (of our two) glasses to pour (as the tasting bar is split into different wine sections and not all bottles were at all locations). For the bottles that were located nearby, a few of her pours missed our glasses, and about halfway through the flight, she disappeared at the other end of the bar never to be seen again. Forgetfulness, screwing up the register, incorrectly counting change, missing pours, nonsensical conversation. Some of these things can be attributed to being nervous, maybe she's new, but ALL of them? Based on the fact she works in a tasting room -- I'm inclined to think this woman was tasting the wines herself -- and maybe a little too much.
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