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Went out of their way to make our children welcome.... the owner made friends with them, got them to bottle their own wine as a gift and all in a beautiful spot and a great wine tasting experience. Highly recommended
Guglielmo (Pronounced Gool Yell Mo) is the oldest and best winery in South County (Santa Clara) Specifically, Morgan Hill. While they don't have walk in wine tours, the tasting room is a very nice down home building with tables outside to buy a bottle and...More
I’m a wine club member and love this old (1929) family owned winery. Check them out for one of their BYOB days (4 Sats a year) where you can recycle your old wine bottles by filling them with their special red mix. Lots of fun.
Excellent choice to visit with friends....carry your own picnic. One of our friend said "feels like in France" while enjoying the food we carried from Morgan Hill downtown at their picnic tables.
Good choice of wines, we tried their sangiovese and poured just as expected....More
We discovered this unique winery a year ago and joined their wine club. They have been around a very long time. We are surprised we have not run into them before. They do have a number of different labels, so you may be drinking their...More
I live in Morgan Hill, and I stopped in a few weeks ago for the wine tasting. Really, really wanted this to be very good because we have friends from the UK who will be visiting soon and we wanted to take them to a...More
Stopped in for a pour before meeting up with family in town. Our expectations were low but the wine was surprisingly good and at a very fair price point (~$25). The service was exceptional but we were the only people there on a quiet Wednesday...More
This winery is one of the mos accessible ones I've ever visited, they don't seem to mind if you wander around and look into the corners and see what they are up to. They are so open that they'll even let you bottle some wine...More