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Had a very nice history lesson of this Arkansas wine area and how one family got it all started. The wine was good and the lady telling the story was very interesting. The weather was very nice and the fall colors were showing up very...More
I was referred by a local to this winery for their muscadine blush. I was not disappointed. It was delicious. The other wines were great as well. If you like sweet wines definitely check out Mount Bethel.
We arrived after opening time but the sign said closed. We decided to go to the winery next door and come back. We mentioned the time and they said most wineries opened around the same time. So we came back and I got out out...More
This is located back off the road and surrounded by horses and beautiful scenery. They do not have a patio area to sit and enjoy the wine but do have one little table and a bench I saw. The winery is a small rock building...More
We take the +120 mile one way trip to Mt Bethel every 3 months. The wine tasting and retail sales are always hosted by one of the daughters or daughter in law. These are by far the loveliest women who are knowledgeable about wine and...More
We've visited numerous Arkansas wineries and have a favorite in Eureka and now a favorite in Altus. Mount Bethel has the most deliciously tasting, smooth wines I've tasted! These wines are amazing! You MUST try the Mount Bethel Port! The postings are generous and you...More
This was our 3rd stop of wineries in Altus - Mount Bethel Winery and our favorite. Did not get her name but is a family member and gave us lots of history and information on their winery and the area. Enjoyed the 3 free wine...More
If you enjoy wine, you will be back. Interesting family owned winery, with courteous staff, have never meant a stranger here. Very generous with time, answers, knowledge and history of not only the winery but the area also. Enjoyed the tasting and the selection.
My family and I went to the Altus Grape Festival, and then did all the wine tours in the local area. And Mount Bethel Winery was one of them. They have a small wine tour but very informative. They also have very sweet horses and...More