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Raffaldini Vineyards & Winery

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Raffaldini Vineyards & Winery

360 Reviews
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450 Groce Rd, Ronda, NC 28670-9134
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Self Guided Cycling Tour - White Villages (Low Road) - Moderate - 5 Days Cycling
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Self Guided Cycling Tour - White Villages (Low Road) - Moderate - 5 Days Cycling

Enjoy a self guided Andalucian cycling adventure; cycle at your own pace through beautiful, unspoilt countryside, visiting some of western Andalucia's most charming "pueblos blancos". Stunning views, quiet roads and delicious local produce offer something special on every day of this week-long cycle tour, giving you a delightful picture of rural Andalucian life. <br><br>You will cycle through 3 Andalucian provinces - Malaga, Sevilla and Cadiz - and pass through the protected area of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. You will enjoy a variety of mountain, valley, river and forest landscapes and see the different character and unique feel of many small white villages. You finish with a free day in Ronda to explore this historic town and its spectacular gorge and bridge.
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Meg wrote a review Aug 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina314 contributions22 helpful votes
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Took a girlfriend here for a day getaway from the life of being limited in what you can do due to COVID. This winery just reminds me of one you would see in Italy. They had a great outdoor covered seating area and we had a nice bottle of sparkling wine for less than $20. All staff was wearing masks as well as guests. Seating was spaced over 6 feet. Staff was all great. I have been here once before and will definitely be back!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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NCShoegirl wrote a review Jul 2020
11 contributions1 helpful vote
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Raffaldini is everything you would hope for in a top notch winery. The landscape is breathtaking, staff is professional and the wine is wonderful. This is truly the best winery we've been to. Due to Covid restrictions, they have an outdoor tent over a large patio. When you are seated, you have a server for your table. (They offer lite bites, cheese, crackers, and amazing spreads). Wines are by the bottle, glass or a flight. (They aren't doing tastings as of July 2020). The flight proved to be the way to go to discover their wines. If you are looking to celebrate something special or just want a great afternoon looking over rolling hills, put Raffaldini Winery on your to-do list in NC!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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RaleighGirl714 wrote a review Jul 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina295 contributions49 helpful votes
You may think you made a wrong turn and ended up in Sonoma or Napa Valley in California. The winery is beautiful as well as the scenery. Decent wine and gorgeous views make this a must stop in Yadkin Valley.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sue K wrote a review Jun 2020
45 contributions20 helpful votes
Totally unexpected and beyond expectations at the same time. Driving in gives you a clue that this will be pretty fabulous, and pulling into the parking lot just confirms that. And that is just getting there! Wines? Superb. View? Magnificent. Service? Thoughtful and kind, as well as timely and accurate with plenty of info about the wines or not. You decide. I will definitely be back repeatedly.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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stevefZ6437MH wrote a review Feb 2020
Columbia, South Carolina111 contributions18 helpful votes
We have stopped here several times and members of our group are wine club members, so it's fun. For me, it's like a black cloud. I do a wine tasting, it has a bad cork and great cooking vinegar. I blame that on the servers, should have checked the cork!!!!! As far as the setting, the ambiance, and the vineyards, it really doesn't get any better. Best money can buy and maybe 1 day the wine will catch up. Or maybe, better training for the servers.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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