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Woodrose Winery, Stonewall
(2.6/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • We just had a delicious Italian meal with 6 wine parings at Woodrose Winery in Stonewall, Texas. Owner and Chef, Mike Guilette, truly loves making wine and cooking. Next to the tasting room is a large...  more »
  • We have tasted most of the local wineries and find Woodrose to be ok. I am not a big white wine drinker but neither of theirs were palatable. Their reds were barely drinkable. The only one I may have ...  more »
  • $12 tasting, includes tax. Tastings served while sitting at table - inside or outside available. Pours decent size. We visited 4 wineries, and this one was by far our least favorite - all around. No i...  more »
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  • Enjoyed the whole experience!! They do the tastings differently in that you can go to your table and they bring the wines to you. We found this very relaxing giving you more time to enjoy the wines. The wines were excellent and we will be returning !!
  • I don't understand some of the other reviews. This winery is a regular stop for us when we're in the Hill Country as are several others along the 290 Wine Trail. We've never had a bad tasting; perhaps a wine we didn't care for, but not a bad wine. Maybe my taste is just not as educated with regard to wines as I've only be drinking and tasting wine for over 40 years in eight states and four continents. We don't visit wineries on weekends, so service is rarely a problem; we've always had service which was never less than satisfactory. I have and will continue to recommend this winery to family, friends and people I meet.
  • Waited for over 15 minutes while others who came in after we were seated got waited on ahead of us. Their tasting setup was ridiculous….was told to sit outside and someone will bring all wines to us to taste…sounded ok until no one came…both women waited on the tables with 4 or more people. We left and found several wonderful wineries like the Fiesta Winery, Bell Springs Winery & Fat Ranch Winery…don't waste your time at Woodrose….many other good wineries in the same area with good wine & great servers.
  • I feel like such a terrible person for leaving 2 stars but the wines I had here were not that great. The staff was so friendly but the wine...I just can't get over the flavors and they didn't seem to work well together. When I visited it was part of a tour. We had lunch at the winery. They set up the wine pairings with BBQ from different places in the US. It was rather odd and some of it wasn't that great. I would have much rather had standard Italian. The venue itself is pretty nice. It is like a dance hall style. It is pretty large and there is also a large wrap around covered deck. The restrooms are located outside the venue which is kinda cool. They were nice and well kept. I appreciate the hard work that goes into having a winery but the Woodrose wines just aren't for me.
  • My daughter gifted me a bottle of their 2009 Blanc de Bois for my birthday. We opened it together and found some strange crystals had formed inside the bottle neck and the wine tasted more than "A Little Off". I reached out to the winery and spoke to (Toni?) explained what happened and thought maybe someone should check that batch of 2009 just in case they missed something. Her response was dismissive, rude and accusatory, "Don't know why it happens but it does and there's nothing wrong with the wine". Sorry but there is something wrong, your wine taste like bad grapes mixed with vinegar. That thrown in with horrible customer service hit a very sour note. I'm not sure what my daughter spent on the bottle it really doesn't matter, the point is make sure to either drink what you buy there so you can prove to these guys when a bottle is off or just keep going down 290 to the next winery if you plan on taking some home for later.