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Villa Toscano Winery, Plymouth
(3.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Enjoyed wine tasting, dining on delicious gourmet pizza and taking in the beautiful vines around us heavy with grapes waiting their turn to become Zinfandel! Feels like you are in Italy! 
  • Went with friends to pickup their club wine and to enjoy lunch on winery patio.Wine Club Members & 2 guest enjoy a free pasta buffet lunch on Fridays/Sundays. The pasta buffet offers a variety of past...  more »
  • Lovely location for a wedding or party. Tasting menus were surprisingly extensive and varied. I enjoyed what I tasted. Would love to return! 
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  • I like Villa Toscano. They have a wide assortment of varietals available so everyone should find something that they like. The prices are very reasonable for what you get and their wine is great for informal occasions or as a "daily drinker" for lack of a better term. The pricing for the flights gets you A LOT of samples. The place is beautiful and the food is good. I have been to almost every winery in Amador, and their wine is pretty much on par with the majority of the wineries there. Is this place Turley Vineyards? No it is not, but for a decent red or white, you can't go wrong here. I am especially fond of their zins. Now for some of the bad reviews, yes, they do have hours of operation, as people have families to go home to, so it would be understandable that they would be closing AT THEIR POSTED CLOSING TIME... it is simply bad taste and disrespectful to walk into a place 10 minutes before closing and demand them to stay open later for you... and throw money at them to get your way.... right? Also, as most of us know, limos are quite annoying at wineries, so I applaud them in charging per head. Besides, you pay for the tasting anyways, if you are not a wine club member, and the $15 goes a very long way in what you are able to taste. Anyways, limos being deterred from going there is a +10 in my book of checking this place out.
  • Outstanding service, excellent wine need a better way on getting food ordered and served. Now a member ♡♡♡
  • Our favorite wine club, which includes free pasta brunch every Sunday for members and up to two guests. Friendly and personable staff. Relax on the patio and enjoy the beautiful views of the vineyards.
  • I love this place! Wine is great, staff is very helpful, the location is absolutely gorgeous!
  • We arrived at 5:16 pm today and we were greeted by a young woman who opened the door for us as we walked up. We purchased 8 tasting flights for $40. When Carrie said they were closing in 10 minutes we asked if she could stay open a little longer - and tipped her an extra $40. Over the next six minutes a very rude young woman kept telling Carrie she had to wrap it up and close, even though one of us just spent $50 on a purse in their gift shop. She put the wines away and said we needed to taste all that we could before 5:30. It was as if the doors were on auto-lock like the place was a bank... And an older woman also had no tolerance for our presence as she emptied the register - which kept us from buying anything else. At 5:29 they asked all of us to leave and one of our guests slipped into the restroom. As she exited into the lobby, to their surprise, she caught the rude young woman refer to our group with derogatory language. We had just spent $300 at Helwig where Lewis stayed open an extra 30 mins late so we could buy a case and a club membership. I understand that it's a Tuesday night and everyone has a closing time... But we were trying to spend money and enjoy their products. Worst customer experience ever, I'll never go back. And we were happy to spend another $300 down the street at the Amador Store on wine and food. Go to Helwig. The wine is better. The view is better. The people are better.