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Bias Vineyards and Winery

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Bias Vineyards and Winery

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3166 Highway B, Berger, MO 63014-1418
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Jennifer T wrote a review Aug 2020
Kansas City, Missouri15 contributions1 helpful vote
I like that this winery is still doing guided tastings (with appropriate precautions) during COVID, as I think it really adds to the experience to be able to chat with the wine makers as I sample. The wine is good, if the selection is a little limited. I also appreciate that they have craft beer for the non-wine drinkers.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Robert B wrote a review Mar 2020
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This winery produces a wonderful and varied line of wines. The vineyard is located on a beautiful piece of property with a small pond and picnic table. Great place for a quiet lunch.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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ronni413 wrote a review Feb 2020
Fairfield, Illinois6 contributions3 helpful votes
We had a groupon. Attempted to visit, but the place was locked up tight without explanation. Yeah. I love losing money. Won’t be back. The road was a little sketchy, and it was a trek to get out there.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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cassiesmith00 wrote a review Oct 2019
Saint Louis, Missouri6 contributions13 helpful votes
We came to Bias on a rainy Saturday afternoon during Oktoberfest. When we walked in we were thankful that the place was empty so that we could get a big table by the fire for our group. We headed to the counter to do some wine tasting and were greeted by a terribly rude woman who acted as if we were inconveniencing her by trying to purchase wine and food from her. The wine tasting was NOT free. $1 per taste or 6 tastings for $5. The women behind the counter did not provide any description or knowledge of what we were tasting or looking for. She asked what we wanted based on a list, we picked one, she poured it, and then she walked away. Everyone in our group picked a number of wines to taste and we were all shocked. The wine was TERRIBLE. Something was off with it. People used the words spicy and vinegar. It wasn't just a matter of not liking certain varieties of wine. It didn't taste like wine should taste.... The food menu was very limited but we ordered a few pizzas. They were essentially thin crust frozen pizzas, but they did come out hot and melty which was fine with out group. We mostly stuck to can beer after the wine tasting. At one point someone asked the rude woman if they had wifi, and her response was "I don't know what that is so I guess not" in an incredibly snooty tone. I am not sure how this winery is still in business. I am the furthest thing from a wine snob, so that wasn't the issue. This was simply terrible customer service and terrible wine. Don't waste your time driving out here.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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dirtymonkeyomy wrote a review Aug 2019
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Off the beaten path nice quite place good wine ,craft beer not to bad either server was awesome. Very friendly knowelable fun to be around ,well worth stopping by if you are in area
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Date of experience: July 2019
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