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Pedernales Cellars, Stonewall

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TripAdvisor
  • My colleagues and I are back in The Texas Hill Country from Boston. We stopped by our favorite Wine Cellar, Pedernales Cellars. We were greeted by a very professional and friendly hostess named Andrea...  more »
  • Ok.... The location is convenient . It is clean. Outside seating and inside wine tasting with retail pricing. The red Temp. Is blended by a local wine master and is good. Priced $40-50 bottle. The win...  more »
  • We stayed at Rosehill Manor and walked over for some wine tasting. Really enjoyed the experience and the staff knew their wines.  more »
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  • They have an excellent wine portfolio; best in the area imo. However, they lose a star due to the atmosphere in the tasting room. Every time I do venture to Pedernales, the servers are hit and miss. Some are knowledge about wine, but most are just "reading the card." At times it can feel like the servers are pushing you to buy wine or a membership, but if can handle that you'll be rewarded with an excellent wine tasting from end to end.
  • We were greeted at the front door by a nice and friendly hostess that explained the tasting options and quickly seated us at the tasting bar. The wine tasting was nice and the server was friendly and told us some of the history of the wine and area. The property is beautiful and has an incredible view of the Pedernalas Valley. I would recommend this winery over most in the area.
  • The wine was good, we especially like the rosé but the server doing our tasting was blatantly uninterested in us, I asked a few questions about the wines and he just responded with "yeah, uh huh" showing he didn't listen to the question. There were other servers there that were great, just not ours. The area itself is nice and you don't need a reservation like some of the other places around there.
  • First the good: Very good wine. Nice venue. Location is easy to find. Why a 2-star review: Snobby, unfriendly staff. The staffer who ran our tasting literally threw a stack of napkins at me without so much as an explanation. He was visibly impatient with us. And, after being rude for the better part of 20 minutes he gave a hard sell on their membership program. On top of all this, the wine was relatively expensive. Interesting to note: we went with some ppl who had gone to PC before, and on the way there they said "Oh, this is the place with good wine and rude service." And so they were right. I won't go back.
  • Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Excellent wine.