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We stopped for a tasting. The winemaker himself did our pouring. The wines we're different. There was a cherry wine, a dry pear, and one that had spices (thyme, basil, etc). Some were ok. Nothing strongly appealed to my tastes.
The tasting room was cute...More
My friend and I stopped on a whim yesterday and so glad we did!! It is a little building for the tasting but the women doing the tasting was a hoot!!! She explained what the wine will taste like, explained about the art work on...More
My husband wanted to do a wine tasting at local vineyards on a stay in the area. He wasn't really impressed with the quality of the wines and though we enjoyed getting away for an hour or two, the wine tasting room left a bit...More
Our group of five were in agreement - this was the worst wine we have ever had. Each had a strange taste and we quit half way through. There was another couple in the tasting room who turned to us when the pourer stepped out...More
I cannot remember how many years I have gone but I and my grandchildren have loved everyone of them. something for them and for me! I have also in the past visited the winery for tasting and find them very friendly and knowledgeable.
Although Rebec is best known for their annual garlic festival, we stopped by to just do a tasting. The tasting room is cozy, and not pretentious, which I appreciate. Our pourer didn't seem very familiar with wine, but was nice. They had lots of wines,...More
Have never been to their infamous garlic festival but decided to check the place while family was visiting for the first time. It was 98 degrees outside and walked into the tasting room hoping for some reprieve from the heat and humidity and found a...More
Stopped by because of the sign on the road that said "Wine & Garlic Festival." Would have loved to go but:
1) due to the hurricane rains they weren't prepared, the parking was disgusting ankle deep mud and muck
2) $20 per person for entry...More
This happens on the second weekend of October every year. It is so much fun!
Each year they will crown a garlic king and queen :-) there are vendors there who sell anything that you can think of made with garlic and also garlic growers...More
We stopped while in the area visiting other wineries. Our server said he was the wine maker. He didn't have a lot of personality. Just poured and didn't talk much. Wines were good enough, but we didn't buy any. Not sure we will come back.