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Hardwick Winery, Ware

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Winery / Vineyard
Hardwick Winery is located in Ware. To visit Hardwick Winery and other attractions in Ware, use our Ware tour planner.
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  • Been there many times as guest and working DJ. Whether work or pleasure the family staff provides a wonderful experience. Make sure to take a few bottles home. So good! Thanks!! :)  more »
  • Amazing wine! We stopped on our way to Vermont, had wine and cheese, bought a bottle home, Beautiful place, super nice staff, highly recommended  more »
  • This is a great place - particularly in the summer or Fall leaf peeper season - to relax and enjoy a glass of wine. The setting is very pretty and really showcases the beauty of Massachusetts. The win...  more »
  • Love the wines and the space! Great live music, outdoor picnic tables near a play place for kids, and dogs are welcome on the grounds (not at the bar though).
  • This is 100℅ pure New England. My wife and I i regulars and as we are referred to has by our friends and family wine snobs as we rarely drink any other wines. Especially the major wine production folks. Keep it good and keep it local.
  • Very poor service and wasn't able to keep a wine glass after paying $60. Also was supposed to be guaranteed a walk through on the web site and the worker there completely neglected that part
  • Had a girls day out; sampled wine and purchased a bottle to drink while enjoying listening to a live band. They released a new wine called Baystate Blueberry it was very good. Has a hint of sweet and dry at the end. But easy on the pallet. I would go again my best friend and I enjoyed cheese and crackers and live music.
  • After checking out several wineries to visit we decided on traveling 1 1/2 hours to Hardwick because it looked beautiful on their website, has wine tastings, and the calendar of events said there would be live music at 2pm. We discovered after traveling 1 1/2 hours that it was closed because of a wedding!! They were still offering wine tastings - a few people were standing around a table in the lobby sampling wines! Really, this NOT my idea of a wine tasting. Vineyard looks small and worn out. No tours offered that I could see. If you decide to visit, call first to make sure they are open.