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Pedernales Cellars, Stonewall
(3.5/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • I'm reviewing the wine more so than the winery. Pedernales has some strengths that few reviews mention. Having many food intolerances and being sensitive to pesticides and many additives often include...  more »
  • We tried this winery because it was adjacent to our B&B and we were given a certificate for two free tastings. I'm so glad we were enticed to visit because the wines were wonderful, the staff was frie...  more »
  • On a wine tour of 280 highway to. Fredericksburg. Tasting expensive but it seems they are all $15. Order a bottle or glass you can taste before buying. Do not overdue this. Beautiful setting amount tr...  more »
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  • Service was terrible. We have been to many many wineries and breweries over the years and have never been greeted with anything but a smile. It was a girl named Natalie who greeted us with immediate condemnation and judgement. Her comments toward us and what we heard her telling other staff members was downright rude! I was completely astonished as the level of cruelty this woman was willing to portray on her customers! The wine was not great but its very likely that it was just tainted by the bad taste Natalie put in our mouths. We couldn't get out of there fast enough. We heard another group complain about her too later on. Cut your losses and find some more friendly staff members, I will never recommend this winery or its wine to anyone because of her.
  • The wine was good & the outdoor seating has a nice atmosphere. There was some shards of glass/plastic in the food tray that would have been unfortunate to eat had it not been caught prior to ingestion. The staff was a bit scripted on the wine w/ not as much personality as you would want from individuals that believe in their own product. Of course it could have just been a long day for the employes, instead of lack of enthusiasm.
  • The five star status is for the amount of high-quality local Texas wines. They have a temprano base, and for our taste, produce some beautiful well rounded wines. Their white wines were very good as well. And, we managed to head out with a few bottles of Glogg for my Swedish mother. The views are very pretty from their tasting room and patio. They could definitely use some improvement on the "feel" of the place. Once inside it just doesn't have that rich historical feel of either Europe or California wine vineyards that the architecture suggests. Another note, if you have anyone that can't stand at the bar for tasting they are really left with pullng up club chairs that sit so low the person feels like a child at the party. I get not having bar stools for most of the area to keep things moving, but accommodating people who can stand with leaning stools or benches would be appreciated. Put a little handicap emblem on the bar area where they are located, if its a problem. We would definitely stop again. That just my two cents.
  • I have previously visited this winery at least a dozen times in the last 2 years and loved it. HOWEVER, this time we went (12/20/15) and we went to sit out on the patio which is our favorite spot of the winery. My mother then proceeded to get scolded like a child due to the fact that we took out seat cushions without staff assistance from their unlocked storage container (on the patio) in order to make our seating arrangements more comfortable. RIDICULOUS that a member of this staff would treat us, paying customers, with such agitation and disrespect due to a detail as small as a SEAT CUSHION. What is more important?! Customer Satisfaction or the 5 seconds it takes to put away seat cushions. I first tried their wines in my hometown at the Houston Rodeo. Evidently, now that they have won a second award at the Houston Rodeo they think they are above securing customer satisfaction and comfort. It only takes ONE time to ruin a customer's impression. Probably will not frequent this establishment again due to the service I received.
  • I came here in 2014 and had a wonderful experience. I'm not sure what happened in the past two years but the level of service has plummeted. The wine is good but not worth dealing with the terrible employees.