BlackStock Vineyards and Winery

BlackStock Vineyards and Winery, Dahlonega: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, BlackStock Vineyards and Winery Reviews: 4/5

BlackStock Vineyards and Winery

BlackStock Vineyards and Winery
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WPBD
Suwanee, GA41 contributions
Winery sold and reopened as Kaya Vineyards and Winery
May 2017 • Business
The Werkheiser family purchased the property recently and renamed it Kaya Vineyards and Winery, and have made it a "not to miss" winery to visit for an overall experience (refer to my review under Kaya Vineyards and Winery).
Written June 2, 2017
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Merrigypsy
Atlanta441 contributions
CLOSED
Oct 2015 • Friends
I was so disappointed that this winery closed! It was my favorite wine out of the Dahlonega wineries, so such a shame they didn't make it and believe they were one of the first. We did go to walk in as I didn't realize they closed and found out it has been purchased recently and they are going to make it an event facility and have cottages on the property. So something to look forward to.
Written October 14, 2015
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Kelly W
Warwick22 contributions
Great lunch!
Apr 2015 • Couples
Enjoyed a late Sun lunch, huge sandwiches! Service was "on your own" by ordering at 1 busy bar making it slow. Unique mountain music with live entertainment. Beautiful views overlooking mountains. Tasted wines but no tour or vineyard info provided. Food was good.
Written July 19, 2015
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Shrekdot
Woodstock, GA113 contributions
Not surprised it's closed
Jun 2013 • Family
We've been to two events here and both times staff was snotty. The wedding was beautiful BUT the staff treated guests in a condescending manner. Wine was just ok. I prefer a sweet wine and no after taste and it disappointed on both of those.
Written May 16, 2014
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Photobug46
Baldwin, GA57 contributions
Closed
Jul 2012 • Friends
It was a sad day to hear of the closing of Blackstock Winery & Vineyards in Dahlonega GA. After several freezes at blossom time they lost so many plants. Anyway it is a shame to lose any winery. The years prior to opening it's doors required lost of hard work and financial expenses.
Hopefully it will be purchased and a new owner will reap the benefits. Beautiful location.
Written March 13, 2013
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zstate00
Endicott, NY21 contributions
Mediocre Vineyard
Nov 2012 • Couples
This is a small winery, so they don't have a lot of wines to choose from. You pick 8 wines (for $10) out of 10 for a tasting. Also, the initial pourer that we got gave us very small amounts of wine to taste. The view is nicer than Frogtown though with a back deck view of the mountains.
Written November 13, 2012
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CSS
Bradenton, FL27 contributions
Attended an evening wedding here.
Oct 2012 • Couples
The wine was quite nice, I was a bit skeptical because we lived in San Francisco & spent a lot of time in the wine country and wasn't sure about Georgia wines; but they had some lovely choices.
The wedding was beautiful & where they have their deck situated, the changing light during the reception & sunset were absolutely gorgeous.
Our only complaint is that it got really cool when the sun went down and they only had three out door heaters for their huge deck and we were cold and so was a lot of the wedding party dressed in their sleeveless dresses !!! I would think for a venue that does a lot of weddings, they would have had the heaters all over the out door deck for the comfort of all. My only negative is that issue and that is certainly easy to fix ... would most definitely go back.
Written October 24, 2012
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paradisehost
georgia9 contributions
Great live music
Sep 2012
Besides loving their wines, we enjoyed an afternoon sitting amongst the vines and listening to the live music. Very relaxing.
Written October 6, 2012
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cinibun2
atlanta294 contributions
beautiful view, but not very warm reception....
Sep 2012 • Couples
This past weekend, to celebrate our anniversary my husband and I were going to spend the day sampling wines in North Georgia mountains.. This was our first stop.. when we arrived there seemed to be only two other couples, the tasting room was empty, we didnt know where to go... soon a young lady arrived and announced tastings were 10.00 for 8...and although it states on the website for this price you also get to keep your glasses, on this day they were not giving you the glass.. first bummer, as I wanted to keep for the special occasion.. suddenly four other couples arrived and she seemed truly overwhelmed.. we had to wait and wait for our next wine, just felt like I was "putting her off".. there were not crackers or anything supplied to clean the palate between white to red wines, really a bummer.... the view is one of the best, but I was not impressed with any of the wines.. luckily for blackstock, someone on staff hired two older gentleman to play harmonica and guitar out of the deck, was truly the saving grace, a glass of wine later I did at least get to hear them perform "our song" which made my day.. we left right after.. I dont think Ill be back, must work on the warm and fuzzy as this is not napa valley and the other winery's in this area have a much warmer feel, the want you to stay and sit a while...
Written September 24, 2012
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mrsfroge
georgia33 contributions
not customer friendly
Sep 2012 • Couples
We went on a beautiful afternoon to enjoy the music and scenery. When we tried to order a bottle of wine we were told that when they have music you can only have wine by the glass. When I asked the reason he said because they make more money that. way. So $8.00 for a glass and $21.00 for a bottle. This is a winery and you should be able to buy a bottle. We had 1 glass and went to Frogtown where the view is great and a much prettier place. They really need to change this policy. Also Frogtown has a much larger selection of wine to pick from and a good food selection.
Written September 17, 2012
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