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Biltmore Winery at Antler Hill Village

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Biltmore Winery at Antler Hill Village

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Michael F wrote a review Jan 5
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina982 contributions138 helpful votes
We didn’t make a reservation so we couldn’t get in the free wine-tasting but did observe the many wine varieties in the store. Its real confusing how to get to the store so follow signs super carefully.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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The Spanglish Guy wrote a review Nov 2020
Miami, Florida262 contributions147 helpful votes
Once you are into the Biltmore grounds, do not forget to visit the winery and the Village. It's composed of ice cream and coffee shop, a couple of restaurants and the winery. You can invest 1 or 2 hours depending on the activity.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Charmy S wrote a review Oct 2020
Cauayan, Isabela, Philippines27 contributions9 helpful votes
The visit at the winery was the finale of our tour in the Biltmore estate. My Friend and I opted to visit first the house museum owned by the Vanderbilts because it closes earlier than the winery and Anther Hill village. Since this is a popular tourist destination in Asheville, you should expect a long line of people from the purchase of ticket, to shuttle rides, entrance to the house museum and free tasting of wine at the winery. Nonetheless, it is worth the wait. The huge house of awesome architectural design shows how wealthy the owners of the estate are. If you glance with awe the outside of the edifice, all the more when you get in. If you are not used to standing and walking and climbing stairs you may need some preparation because the hugeness of the building will exhaust you. It’s spectacular beauty, sophisticated architecture, superb interior design, antique furniture and its overall beauty though may invigorate you to keep going. Once you are done with the mansion make sure you still have energy to visit the gardens. This will revive your exhausted spirit in exploring the house. Dine also at the restaurants in the estate. Expect great food and good service. Then you will again go in line for the shuttle if you go to the winery. It is better to go there at night to enjoy the lights in the village and do camp fire too. At the winery you have to be patient again to line up for the free tasting. Once you get in though it is worth. The bar tenders know their stuff. They explain the idiosyncrasies of the wines and recommend if you ask for it. You can taste as many as 7 wine. To maximize your trip, get there early. You can purchase your ticket online to avoid the long line and the fee is kind a expensive but it is worth it.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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David W wrote a review Oct 2020
Baltimore, Maryland382 contributions72 helpful votes
A fun experience and great wine. Even with social distancing, they did have wine tasting and a walk up area to have a glass of wine to try before you purchase plus we had cheese and crackers
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Einmichigan wrote a review Oct 2020
Detroit, Michigan85 contributions56 helpful votes
Crowded, long lines, lack of seating, mediocre wine, and average views. Wasted over an hour here, most of that in a line to get the mediocre albeit expensive wine.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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