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Went here on a wine tasting outing because we've always seen this place and thought it'd be a nice place to visit.
My wife and I went in and were not greeted, no big deal, the guy was on the internet.
We sat ourselves and...More
Date of experience: March 2018
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Michelle V, Manager at St. Innocent Winery, responded to this reviewResponded May 12, 2018
I am so sorry that you received such poor service (or lack thereof) when you visited. I can assure you that the staff member has been coached and held accountable.
I am also sorry that it took so long to respond to your...More
Great wine! service was amazing the wine tasted amazing they do carry wines from different vineyards for around Oregon that you can taste but overall I've tried different wineries and they had very good wine $15 to taste.
We visited and worked with Adam, a well-dressed dapper young man. He did a great tasting. He seemed well informed and genuinely interested in his customers. The wine club manager came out at one point to do a tasting for members, which was nice to...More
Friendly-ish service, not very attentive.
This is mostly reds but they did offer to make me a flight of whites with there partner wines so, that was nice.
Average flight price ($10 for 5 taste) and you don't get to choose which ones you taste....More
St Innocent Winery and Zenith Vineyard was our most enjoyable tasting experience of the day. Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable and happily tailored our (shared) wine tasting to our parochial palates... . We particularly enjoyed the chardonnays and pinot blancs. Our US$10.00 tasting fee...More
Attended a dinner function with a group. Started off with wine tasting, a tour and history of the place.
I found some wine served with the tasting sharp, acidic.
We sat down to a wonderful meal served by the owner who is also a good...More
My son from NY loved this wine. He said its inexpensive but good. So we visited the winery about 45 minutes to an hour from Portland City Center. We had the "pairing menu". It cost $20 with a discount on the wine if you purchased...More