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Singing Water Vineyards

77 Reviews
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Singing Water Vineyards

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L H wrote a review May 2020
San Antonio, Texas2,052 contributions387 helpful votes
We had not been here in a while and heard new owners were revamping and remodeling the place so we decided to go see what was going on. Traveling on Hwy. 27 from Comfort as you leave town headed to Centerpoint you need to watch for the small signage on the left to turn left. We've missed it and if you are coming in from Centerpoint there is no sign facing that direction so it is easy to miss if you don't know the area. Then as soon as you turn off Hwy. 27 you will turn right on Mill Dam Rd. which is a narrow country road and travel about 4 miles to the winery on the right. We stopped in on a Friday afternoon and immediately saw work being done at the entrance and the fields and parking area. They have a nice stone path walkway and a small fountain now. During this COVID social distancing, they have a small area set up right in front of the building to serve you wine by the glass or bottle and you can also order from a short menu of items. The wine choices are a nice selection starting at $20 and up a bottle and $7 and up for a glass. There is also construction going on to the building and the outside areas but nothing that interfered with our visit. We bought a bottle of their Viognier ($27) and found a shaded spot on the patio by the water. The metal tables are spaced out nicely so you don't feel jammed up. They also have a large green turf area with seating, a large covered pavilion as well as rock buildings and maybe another pavilion area. We didn't walk the property to see all the new structures but could tell work was going on all over to create a even more unique and enjoyable setting. We enjoyed the wine and have had other wines from here that were also very good. At any given time during our visit there were at least six other couples/small groups coming and going and all were spaced well. There is still the little tree loft that seats two overlooking the water. We would have enjoyed a simple appetizer of chips/queso, avocado or spinach artichoke dip but this might not go with the theme of the menu items they do offer. Even a bread or cracker/pesto appetizer maybe. We will be back though to see the progress completion and order food next time to review that as well.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Alison K wrote a review Dec 2019
Belton, Texas164 contributions37 helpful votes
This was a wonderful experience, between the beautiful grounds, the wonderful wine, good hospitality and the Llama
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Lisa S wrote a review Dec 2019
Houston, Texas25 contributions2 helpful votes
We are Club Members, so we stopped in for a glass of wine and to pick up our quarterly order. We were happy to see Susan working one of the tasting tables. She is fun and knowledgeable, while maintaining total control of the crowd. It was a busy day and people were waiting their turns very patiently. Susan was cool as a cucumber and no one minded waiting a minute or two because she was engaging everyone, even as they waited. We love the beautiful setting of this winery. It’s next to a creek, and the treehouse patio is cool and breezy. The farm animals are fun, especially Louie the Llama. We can’t wait to go back!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Rich H wrote a review Nov 2019
Treasure Island, Florida426 contributions58 helpful votes
Enjoyed a beautiful drive to visit this remotely located vineyard. We were cordially welcomed by two knowledgeable ladies who made us feel right at home. They described their products to us and did not disappoint. As a result we left with several bottles of the ones we sampled. Well worth the trip for a fun visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Tom O wrote a review Sep 2019
Georgetown, Texas504 contributions165 helpful votes
Maybe it's the wine named after their sweet Lupe (dog), whio is no longer with them, but we just had the best time here. Susan took fantastic care of us, we had multiple wines to taste,, a delicious food platter of cheeses and meats to share, met some great customers, and drank some well made wines, at reasonable prices. Can't wait to come back once we finish the 1/2 dozen bottles we bought.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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