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Olney Winery, Olney

(30+ reviews on the web)
Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
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  • Our Daughter-in-law brought us here for a Cat Shelter Fund Raiser. The staff were super nice. They had such an interesting variety of wines and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. I was amazed had how ma...  more »
  • I've been here a few times during the weekend and decided to take a friend for happy hour. We walked in and the server was slightly friendly. We each ordered a glass of wine, but when I decided to try...  more »
  • Good wine, good friends, and a renewal with old friends; the experience gets as good as the people allow.  more »
  • Awesome place. I go back all the time and have tried a ton of their wines and I love them. The wine tasting is awesome. They have a good variety of sweets and drys. The fruit wines are delicious. Also the service is great! Sometimes the bar tender isn't super friendly but the atmosphere and the wines definitely make up for it.
  • This place has a great atmosphere. The staff was very friendly and explained how the place worked. The wine however was not good. They get imported "grape product" which should have been the first sign the wine was not going to be great. Had a small tasting of the 'Malbec' which is called the Incan Roja. Tasting was ok and we purchased the bottle, but once we opened the bottle and let it breathe, all we could taste were fake chemicals. My husband said it tasted like lipstick, I said it tasted like perfume. Whatever it was, there was a lot more in the wine than just grapes and natural vanilla/spices. We noticed this after the bottle had been open for roughly an hour. Additionally, the description on the in-house menu for the wines was not consistent with what the wine bottles said. Example, in-house Malbec was the Incan Roja, but the bottle labeled it as a 'red table wine' with no mention Malbec on the label, nor as a grape type used. For the sake of fairness, we did try only this one wine, very possible others could be better. Will definitely try it out again to see if it was a fluke or not. Hoping it is, the place esthetically and customer-service wise was great.
  • Fun place for a wine tasting. The staff is very nice.
  • GREAT PLACE! My husband and myself wanted to do something not much for our 10th Wedding Anniversary. We decided to try Olney Winery and glad we did. Brian/Bryan (Not sure how he spells his name) was great! We started out with the wine tasting, then a cheese plate, and then we ended up staying enjoying the atmosphere, entertainment, and a bottle of wine. If you want to go somewhere to WINE down, talk and relax this would be the place.
  • Scheduled a wine making, it was fun and learned so more. This is our third batch of wine we have made in as many years. 5 stars, most of their wines are great, I say most because my wife and I are critics so that speaks highly of Olney and Ed J.