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Lynfred Winery, Roselle

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#3 of 26 in Wineries in Illinois
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  • Went last week to visit...left the area many years ago. Was startled to find the wine tasting for 7 pours was $11...or about $1.56 per....based on going to other wineries in New York, New Mexico, Mich...  more »
  • Wonderful place, great service, awesome wines and beautiful location. Well worth the drive from wherever in Chicago. Take the time and walk around this beautiful location while enjoying a tasting of s...  more »
  • There's something about going to Lynfred Winery that makes it feel like you're on vacation. It's the closest place that I know that has the ambiance, attention to detail, events and pleasantness of th...  more »
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  • Tucked away on what otherwise looks like an ordinary busy street, lies a winery hidden in plain sight. You drive up it's drive way and feel instantly transported to a rustic classic village house seemingly plucked from a vineyard. Or at least that's how it seems to me. Inside as well as out, there's plenty of seating to enjoy good company with a glass of wine. Speaking of which there are plenty to choose from. From sweeter wines to pallets that prefer dryer or full bodied wines. Pricing for tastings is a tad more than I've spent but it's balanced by what I perceive is a heavier pour. Bottles are better priced and to me seem affordable and can be inexpensive the more bottles you buy. Membership is offered but not required and the staff all seem rather knowledgeable of their entire selection. The ambiance and atmosphere is welcoming, relaxing and encourages a calmer more intimate social atmosphere compared to a bar's louder public social environment. All in all, they have an awesome selection of sweet wines balanced with traditional blends. A good place to spend the day with fellow wine lovers or first timers. There is a bed and breakfast but I did not go any further than finding out that there was one.
  • The staff at Lynfred is always very welcoming, friendly, informative and helpful. The winery has recently added a new tasting area that is very nice and able to serve more people at once. However, we noticed that instead of wandering around the winery as most people usually do, they now seem to stay in one place and socialize more with other patrons. The establishment also has a Founder's room that offers tastings of some of their winemaker's special wines. We brought friends from California to to this room to sample some of these fine wines. They were very impressed. Lynfred knows how to make wines! They also have bed and breakfast suites upstairs that are decorated in various European styles as well as an American suite. We stayed in one of the suites for our anniversary a few years ago and it surpassed my expectations.
  • Rooms - great, clean, and comfortable Service - went above and beyond. Really knew their stuff! Food - was great along with room service Wine Knowledge - off the charts and try to see if they will give you a tour! It's completely worth it!
  • Went for a tasting on Mother's Day with my wife. We had a great time. We sipped our wine, wandering around the grounds,and enjoying the weather. They had benches and picnic tables. Some people even brought their own chairs to sit in the yard. Amazing atmosphere and the staff gave us great tips on the wines we tried. We had so much fun, my wife joined one of their many memberships.
  • Winfred is a great place to go tasting wine they have so many different varieties and flavors. They also have different breads that they make there and a few other kinds of products. They've recently in large their tasting area at the Roselle location, so it's much nicer now and more roomy for lots of people to go. And then they have the Founders room upstairs. But if you have any questions about wine or you just starting out tasting let them know and they'll guide you along the way they're great people.