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Taylor Brooke Winery, Woodstock

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TripAdvisor
  • Our first wine tasting experience ever was made immensely enjoyable by our host Barry. His knowledge, honesty and personality was very delightful! We walked away with THE most incredible tasting desse...  more »
  • We came here with 5 people for a wine tasting. The scenery here is nice, but the geography of the area limits how far you can see, even with it on top of a large hill. We all did the taste everything ...  more »
  • We went for a tasting on a raining Sat. afternoon. I thought the whites were good not great. Didn't care for the reds. But the organic raspberry wine and the chocolate one at the end of the tasting we...  more »
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  • Love all the wines! Great informative staff. Nice place to bring a lunch, cheese and crackers or shrimp cocktail and have a bottle of wine. As the weather gets colder they have a pellet stove to ward off the cold.
  • My friend and I had an incredibly good time here. We chose to do a wine tasting of all the wines and the staff was very, very knowledgable. The place was beautiful and there was a lovely seating area, where we had a glass of wine and ate some cheese, crackers, salad and cookies, that we had brought ourselves. We spent a good 2 hours here with the tasting and chatting it up with our snacks and wine. The only reason I can not give this a 5 star rating is because when we left, I purchased 2 bottles of wine, a wine glass and a bottle of balsamic vinegar (I had planned on giving the vinegar to a friend as a gift). The woman packaged the wines perfectly, and I wish she packaged the wine glass and vinegar in a similar manner!! She put them in a paper bag (without handles, that does not "stand up" and without paper protecting the glass items. There was only very minimal tissue paper on the wine glass. Where as the bottled wines were packaged in a Stand up kind of bag with handles and had a cardboard between the bottles). When I got home I gently placed the bag on my counter top and the balsamic vinegar broke (UGH, SO DISAPPOINTED). Had these items been packaged in a similar bag and method as the wines, they would not have broken!!! So, although I'm out the $10-11 it cost for this item, I'm also out on a special gift that was meant for a friend. So, just be sure they package your bought items better.
  • We recently spent a Sunday afternoon at Taylor Brooke and we both agree it is one of the best wineries in CT. The staff couldn’t be friendlier and they truly make you feel welcomed. Their prices for wine tasting are very reasonable and, hands-down, the best value compared to others in the state. You can choose 2 wines to taste complimentary, 8 wines for $5.50 or all 12 for $8.50 (if you want to buy the glass, it costs an additional $3.00). They offer more white wines than red but all are amazing, including the dessert wines (Chocolate Essence, which is a port, is incredible). They encourage you to bring snacks or a picnic lunch so we bought a bottle of Woodstock Hill White to enjoy there with our picnic and a bottle of Wine Dog to take home. Our host was extremely educated and informative about all the wines we sampled. She was even kind enough to give us two glasses to take outside with our bottle of wine (we returned them upon leaving since we did not wish to purchase). There are two separate seating areas, one has tables under a pergola in front of the winery and the other is in a more shaded enclosed area to the side of the building, including additional picnic tables randomly placed in the vineyard. They invite you to take a self-guided tour around the vineyard and check out the different types of grapes they use. We enjoyed our visit so much, we will definitely return with family and friends to this beautiful, quiet part of the state.
  • Such a friendly staff. Had a lot of selection and a few real winners.
  • This was our first time here and it was wonderful! The staff was friendly and knowledgeable. Bring some cheese and crackers to sit outside and enjoy the beautiful grounds.