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“Wine”

Mount Pleasant Winery
Ranked #67 of 173 things to do in Branson
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed April 14, 2014

After our visit to Stone Hill Winery, I have to say I was disppointed. They do not provide a tour. They make the wine at a different location. They also do not provide you with a larger variety of wines to try. You are limited to 3. I do think they could do more to teach and entertain their shoppers. It would pay off in higher sales.

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Reviewed April 2, 2014

We visited the winery after enjoying our visit to Stone Hill and found one overworked person giving multiple tastings. For some reason, the second person there was not assisting. Waiting wouldn't have been a problem, but after choosing our five free tastings all of the wines were warm, not at the proper temperature, and we weren't told a thing about any of the wines. Unfortunately, I wouldn't visit here again.

1  Thank Sarah B
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Reviewed March 27, 2014 via mobile

The wine is superb here. My husband gravitates towards their Norton wine and I prefer the concord! We have always enjoyed coming here and usually very nice people. But good things usually come to an end and this past experience was truly disappointing. The wine was still of course superb, but the staff was super rude. They acted a little aggravated to be so busy and to have to stop and wait on a new customer.

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Reviewed March 26, 2014

Touring Branson off-season is a bit of a challenge. We decided to put this in our schedule for an hour. There was no tour; just a wine tasting, It was off-season and we were easily accommodated. The gentlemen was very friendly that waited on us. Because of his patience we bought a more expensive bottle of wine that we probably would not have if it wasn't for him. Not a big selection of gifts; just a few. If you want wine merchandise you need to visit Stonehill Winery in Branson that offers a tour. They have great wine.....but I am a novice. Not really child-friendly. If you have children visit Stone-hill. They are better accommodated. They do both accept children.

Thank KelliAnneKelli
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Reviewed January 2, 2014

We came in as another couple who where not with us did, both couples were greeted by the staff us upon entering, letting us know someone would be right with us. A gentleman came from the back and asked us if we would like to taste some of the wines they offered. Both couples replied and he proceeded to give us directions and make some friendly conversation. He gave us a wine listing front and back and asked us to mark 5 per person of those we would like to try. He did not explain that the back was an optional tasting for $5 at the time. He went through and explained some of the wines as we tasted them but there was nothing offered nothing to cleans the palate between tastings and often didn't rinse the glass or offer too between samples. In addition to the wine tasting he offered a taste of the Goovy farms almond and coconut which we did try. The couple next to us also wanted to try some on the back list for $5 but was told that he was not allowed to do both and apologized for not explaining this prior. However, he offered to allow them to taste one each for $5 which they did and were not impressed with the more expensive type they sampled. Overall the staff was very friendly to us and seemed to be to the other patrons who came were their and those who came in with us. We bought a couple bottles and they told us about live entertainment they would be having the next day along with current discounts offered. Overall for the cost of their wine and the experience was pretty good.

Thank Debbie L
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