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Agua Dulce Vineyards

36 Reviews
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Agua Dulce Vineyards

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Sara B wrote a review Aug 2019
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Very knowledgeable and engaging staff with excellent wines. Beautiful outdoor seating options and unique gifts.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Cheryl Lyn R wrote a review Jan 2019
Duarte, California193 contributions81 helpful votes
We had a wonderful time at this winery. The tasting and tour was awesome. Wines are very delicious and the box lunch was great to take out to the picnic tables with a glass of wine. We would visit again!
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Chona3855 wrote a review Nov 2018
San Fernando Valley33 contributions12 helpful votes
We went for a Stompest,in October and donned our Lucy outfits for wine stomping contest and Lucy look alikes. This review is for that event. The Winery is tucked in beautiful country/farm setting with alpacas, chickens, donkeys. They have an outdoor patio for sipping wine and Gift shop. For this event, paid $65.00/pp with BBQ dinner catered thru Stonefire Grill, Wine & Cheese served and DJ. Got free bottles of wine for participating in the games. The Staff is very nice and accommodating. The Vineyards is pretty cool with the names of the wine it will eventually become. They do offer a Wine tasting tour, which we'll plan on doing another day.Certainly a good place to go for a days event with a Girls Day or your honey.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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msjradennis wrote a review Jun 2018
Sequim, Washington, United States387 contributions123 helpful votes
We were visiting relatives in the area and went out for a drive. We stumbled upon this winery. We each did a wine flight. We enjoyed all of the wines but especially the Reserve Cab and the Reserve Zin. We ordered a glass of each and sat outside in the sun. When we finished we looked around inside the shop, bought 2 bottles of wine and drove back to Palmdale. What a lovely day.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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shaneegarcia wrote a review Jun 2018
Los Angeles, California26 contributions17 helpful votes
I had no idea this place was here until I saw a Groupon for it, and I'm glad I did. The Groupon I purchased was for 2 people and included a guided tour, tasting 4 of their wines, and a picnic style lunch. I called one of my friends and we made a day of it. I want to start off by saying every employee we encountered was really nice and really helpful. From calling to schedule the reservation, to checking in, to tour, etc., every step of the process was pleasant. Our tour guide Steve was so knowledgeable and entertaining, we learned a lot and had fun while doing it. The wines were good, and to know the story behind them made them even better. The picnic lunch was better than expected with us each getting a decent sandwich, potato salad, cookie, and a bottle of water. There are plenty of places to sit and an expansive ground to walk. One of the things that impressed us most however, is that they have two wines that they bottle in plastic bottles with twist of caps, which come with two plastic cups that fit inside of each other and hold the bottle. The wines are a Chardonnay and a Cab, and by taste you would never know they are bottled in plastic. These are perfect for outdoor movies, concerts, picnics, the beach, the list goes on. The best part, it was only $11 per bottle. We bought a few of the Chardonnay, have since opened and finished them, and at the suggestion of Steve have saved the bottles, you can rinse, and reuse pouring in whatever beverage you feel like making portable. The only reason I am giving a 4 out of 5 is because on the tour, the tastings you get are predetermined, so you do not get to choose. We tasted one white and 3 reds, which might not be preferable to some people, especially as the summer heats up. They make a lovely rose, actually the favorite of all the wines I had that day, but it is not part of the tour (or wasn't when we went). We wouldn't have even known if the woman attending to indoor wine bar hadn't asked us if we tried it. It would be great if at least one of the tastings was of your choosing.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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