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Pirtle Winery Reviews
Visited with another couple. Employee very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. Tasting room is upstairs. Tables and chairs set up in a nice room downstairs. Good wine. Tasting is free, which is not ... more »
This is a favorite stop during visits to Weston . We had 9 in our group, although that is rather a lot to handle for a walk-in counter tasting Venessa was amazing as always. We apprecaite the time she... more »
If you are going to Weston then you have to make it to Pirtle Winery. This family owned and operated business has the Best Award winning wines and meads you will ever taste from Missouri. Stop in to t... more »
This place is simply serene. Everytime my wife and I go in the staff are courteous and friendly. Many of the wines are amazing. They have a Blackberry Mead that's my favorite. We usually do a tasting, pick a bottle of wine and then get one of their picnic baskets to eat under the trellis. Definitely my favorite winery and my wife has dragged me to probably 25 or more.
Great first-time experience! Amy was very welcoming, informative, and friendly. Large selection of wines and nice atmosphere. We will definitely be returning.
Positive - the wines are tasty. We bought a bottle of the Raspberry Mead and enjoyed it on the patio surrounded by greenery. The lady helping us, it was her first day, her energy and enthusiasm definitely showed. Negative- The tasting was STINGY. I would rather pay for a tasting and get to actually taste the wine instead of getting it for free and getting a thimble full of wine. The owner was obviously keeping a hawk eye on the one pouring because he came over and the ONE time she poured more than a tablespoon he was repremanding her in front of us. My boyfriend wanted to walk out right then, however we had driven an hour to get there and the wine, as much as we could tell with a tablespoon worth, was good. We will likely return, hopefully they get their wine tasting sorted out.
We stopped in here on eclipse day, and they were very welcoming. I tasted the effervescent apple, traminette, and blackberry mead...they were all good, but I stuck with the mead for a glass. The balcony is nice and roomy, and the garden is pretty. The bathrooms are big and clean, but the curtains for stall doors make me nervous. :)
My husband and I started coming here about a year and a half ago, and have been I believe 7 times, respectively in that timeframe. Every time we go, we do a tasting (because it's a winery) and because we truly enjoy the flexibility of trying wines before we have a bottle. Additionally, every time we purchase a bottle of wine there and at least one to take home with us. It's fair to say that we've spent at least a few hundred dollars here in the past 18 months. Several times a woman named Trista has helped us, who is delightful. Today a lady named Donna assisted us and she was pleasant and warm. Coming here is always a little get away for us because we can get here quickly and with our busy lives, it is a welcome get away. Today, a punk brat (Joe) decided to walk by us while we were selecting our wine for the day and he decided to walk by and say "you guys should know what they taste like by now". My heart sunk and I was embarrassed. Yes, we still bought a couple bottles because it's the right thing to do and something we always do. But this pompous little thug tried to make us feel like we were here for a free buzz. So, unfortunately the party is over for us and Pirtle and unfortunately for Weston, as Pirtle was the reason we drove up here. We are mortified by the way he made us feel and it will be a very long time before we come back. So, I guess the goal was accomplished for you today. We are finished visiting Pirtle and Weston for the moment. Your reviews are obviously wonderful so you don't have to worry about ours. Your venue is charming, your wine is ok for Missouri wine but unfortunately today you made customers feel like complete gutter trash, and for that we are done.
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