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Warwick Valley Winery, Warwick

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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4.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • The winery was a wonderful experience! The wine tasting was great although we went on a week day, and I could see how it would be packed on weekends. The grounds are really lovely in Fall. You can buy...  read more »
  • Outstanding service and wines. However, they are not just about their wines, they also have hard ciders and bourbons to choose from. Highly recommend! 
  • Sunday-arrived there at opening time-$5 CASH to park. Bought bag to go apple picking in the orchard. Lots of families, food and music. Paid $15 for a tour of the distillery (about a mile away-bussed o...  read more »
  • We came on Sunday. The apple orchard was picked out, but we still had a blast. The wine tasting is nice, and there's a good mix of things to try ($5 for 6 tastings). I loved the pumpkin cider. The lines for food get crazy long, but you can just get wine or cider while you wait and hang out with friends and listen to the live music. The band when we were there was bluegrass-y, and was excellent. After you get your food (we got the fries, pizza, pulled pork, cheese plate... all excellent - everything ranges $6-$14) you can sit around at a table or on the grass, stuff you face, drink you drinks, and admire the changing leaves. Then maybe afterwards you can wander around the orchard, go for a tractor ride, or play bocce ball. This is an awesome activity for a Sunday Funday. It's also super family friendly, without being overwhelmingly like a playground. Primarily cash only, including the $5 to park.
  • Always good vibes, can get packed on weekends but there is always plenty of lawn space to throw a blanket down. Their pizza is amazing and of course all their wines and ciders to go with it. Great place for large groups.
  • Located in a nice wooded area with mountains in the background. Very friendly and pleasant staff. Live bands that performs mostly oldies rock music. Not really my type but I dont go there for the live music. The delicious wine is what I'm there for. You can get a bottle....or two of wine and sit anywhere on the large property. Lots of grass and trees to sit under on a hot summer day. We take our kids and there are lots of other families with kids. You can take your pet too. Lots of dogs on the weekend. There isn't a huge variety of wines but what they do have is pretty good. Price range from $10 - $13 per bottle. There is wine tasting for a fee and you keep the wine glass. They have apple and pear picking. The food is good. My kids love the Margarita pizza. Variety of salads and sandwiches. Reasonable pricing food. Nice rustic feeling dining area. Those are the good things. Now for the bad. On warm sunny weekends, expect to be on line up to an hour or two to order food. There is always just one cashier taking orders. It can get pretty crowded on warm weekends. Hard to get a table in the dining area on busy weekends. Partly because people will continue to occupy a table well after they are done with their meals and drink wine. I think people shod be asked to free up tables when they're done eating. They'll hit you with a fee for parking on warm weekends too. The worst is the row of portable toilets or portajohnnies that really are an eyesore. Everything there looks so nice. You feel like you're out in the country until you pan over to the portajohnnies. There is a ladies and men's room inside near the wine tasting area but they close it down when it gets crowded because the line to the bathrooms interrupt the winetasting. They'll put an out of order sign but I'm sure thats not the case. Well....who wants to go take care of business in a portajohnnie. I would suggest tucking away the portajohnnies behind the building or somewhere that doesn't degrade the scenery.
  • So peaceful and earthy. I truly enjoy this place with friends and family or even alone. Nature at its best... 100% recommend this place. Best pizza and organic food there is.
  • Fun place, live music. You can get food, drinks and sit inside or outside and enjoy. Samples are $5 for 5 or 6 tastes, but you get a free glass with that. They need AC however, when its hot outside, the tasting bar is hot standing around.
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