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Alcidini Winery

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Alcidini Winery

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176 Moo 22 Wang Kata subdistrict, Pak Chong Thailand
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KhaoYai National Park 3D2N
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SaigonDoug wrote a review Dec 2020
Pattaya, Thailand339 contributions123 helpful votes
This was a wonderful experience with a variety of wines for different pallets - basic to bigger bolder tasters. Organic farm with animals such as turkeys geese and sheep A great place for events too - nice water feature and bridge Tasting fee of 100B, but refunded with purchase. I thought I was in California tasting
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Carinatourguide wrote a review Jan 2020
Buncrana, Ireland1 contribution
Alcidini winery is easy to find, thanks to all the sign posts. You can walk about outside and they have a wee pet zoo with sheep and turkeys. You can taste the grapes, juice and raisins for free, the wine tasting is extra. They only sell red wine. The man who sold us the wine was making us aware of other attractions in the region. He wasn’t pushing anything, he gave us his honest opinion. Very helpful and friendly!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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darylou wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore22 contributions4 helpful votes
Never have I thought there would be a vineyard in Thailand until my family and I chance upon Alcidini Winery. We were greeted by the vineyard owner and immediately greeted us with a warm smile. She speaks fluent english as she was brought up in east coast of USA. She briefed us Alcidini is a latin word meaning Kingfisher and the location is known as King Fisher. She proudly presented us her various type of flowers and explain in detail that her land sitting on spring water reserve. So we tasted the pump out water and indeed taste like mineral water. The turkey is hilarious , if u talk to them, all of them will respond back simultaneously. The sheep seems to be enjoying the sun as they all resting. The vineyard was great to walk and taste as no insecticide sprayed on it. All organic. The best part is wine tasting as she took great effort to gave us a lesson on wine tasting and share with us her awards winning wine. In fact, her rose wine is awarded World Best. Its unbelievable but its true. Their grape juice is also organic and taste delicious. All in all, it was truly a worth while experience for my family. The best part is no need to pay entrance fee. We used the fee and buy her award winning produce. Well done Alcidini Winery.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Semaj R wrote a review Sep 2019
Sakon Nakhon, Thailand6 contributions1 helpful vote
Set in a gorgeous tranquil setting, Alcidini winery proves to be worth the time to get there. It's a small scale, family run enterprise offering a surprisingly good product. The wines are modestly presented and the owners are visibly proud of their creation. It's altogether lovely and well worth a visit to buy a bottle or two to take away.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kimberly O wrote a review Sep 2019
Singapore, Singapore5 contributions1 helpful vote
The owners themselves greeted us, brought us around the winery, and lead us through the wine tasting. We tried 5 types of wines, and their explanations were very thorough. You can feel that they are passionate about what they do, and since they don't really commercialize themselves, the prices are more affordable with the quality kept very high. We truly enjoyed our visit!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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