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Greenhill Winery and Vineyards

186 Reviews
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Greenhill Winery and Vineyards

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259Maria wrote a review May 10
Washington DC, District of Columbia120 contributions23 helpful votes
Lovely view and setting. Cozy, nice covered patio with heating lamps. Besides greetings/check-in upfront, the table service is non-existent. When asked for recommendations in white wines, the staff member suggested their best seller Blanc de blanc which is a white sparkly made of Chardonnay grapes ( we did not know it was a semi sweet bubbly) and it is a $65 bottle. No details, no education, no information and by the way no tastings ( flights) bottles only. Food. Boards only. The baguette was nice and warm 1/2 size and an Italian board was very tasty and fresh. However, paper plates and lack of utensils make it difficult to enjoy spreads and burrata, who thinks this through? High winds made the plates fly on to our rather nice clothes, because when not weighted down with silver wear every gust of wind makes your plate take off, another unpredictable feature of a paper plate, which I consider an insult to begin with as we did not come for a picnic. Staff barely checked on us even though the place was nearly empty and they were just chatting behind the bar. Sad as with good service it could have been a gem. I remember much-much more attentive service several years ago. And as we all know, it is the people that work there that make a difference. Something for the owners to think about.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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candd3 wrote a review Mar 2021
Macon, Georgia57 contributions10 helpful votes
Everyone was very nice, and we loved the wine here!! The view is pretty outside. We had a fire and tasted amazing wine. You must visit!!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Travel Enthusiast wrote a review Dec 2020
The Plains, Virginia5 contributions1 helpful vote
The winery has a lot of firepits which are complimentary. The main downside to this winery is the cost. The lowest cost for a bottle of wine is $49 plus tax and tip. The wine doesn't warrant this high price.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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elebau wrote a review Nov 2020
Baltimore, Maryland70 contributions20 helpful votes
Of the wineries we went to this weekend, this felt the most commercial. WE had reservations, so we were able to choose between inside or the porch. What looked more fun, though it would have been a bit cold for me, were the larger groups that were sitting outside, each social distanced from each other, Some had fire pits. There were dogs all about. I don't now if you can reserve fire pit areas. Would be a fun place for a small gathering with friends and be able to bring your pups!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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summertraveler2008 wrote a review Oct 2020
Miami Beach, Florida455 contributions135 helpful votes
As others on TripAdvisor have stated the customer service is lacking, it’s not the most friendly or welcoming experience. The wines are not truly explained nor are they on par with other noteworthy wineries we’ve traveled to. The view is lovely, but doesn’t make up for what’s lacking. I would drive a little further to other wineries and skip this one in the future.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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