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“Nice Tasting Room with Good Service”

Medaloni Cellars and Vinyards
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Owner description: Medaloni Cellars began as a wine cellar doing custom blends in which it’s love for wine and building relationships grew into establishing its own winery, designed for sharing with family and friends. Each varietal produced is carefully created with idea that not everyone’s palate is the same and offers enjoyment for all. Because of Medaloni Cellars strong value of relationships with friends and family, each flavor profile structured to bring wine lovers of all kinds together in enjoying a taste of North Carolina’s southern hospitality. Medaloni Cellars is more than just wine, it’s an experience. Bring a bottle of Medaloni Cellars into your home, you’re family now.
Reviewed April 20, 2014 via mobile

Visited Saturday of Easter weekend to enjoy the music and some new wine. Very pleasant visit. We tried the deluxe tasting with eight selections, and then chose a glass of our favorite to enjoy with the music

Thank Alan C
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Medalonicellars, Manager at Medaloni Cellars and Vinyards, responded to this reviewResponded June 4, 2014

Thank you I hope you come again soon and we revive a 100%

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Reviewed February 16, 2014

The wines were ok, the building different but cool and interesting. However, the staff was almost snotty and clearly only interested interacting with one another. During our "wine tasting" we spent the majority of our time looking at our hostess's rear end as she was turned around 80% of the time scarfing down what appeared to be something from Chipotle. It was almost as if we were a bother.
After our tasting we bought a bottle to drink by the fireplace. Our hostess went outside and joined what appeared to be a group of friends/coworkers/regular guests (?) to drink, laugh and socialize. She sat there until a car with a hired driver pulled up and she jumped up, ran and slipped in a side door and was transformed into an employee/hostess again, absolutely falling over herself to make THIS couple feel welcome. We later heard her say she thought it was the parents or some relative of the owner. It was almost comical but very unprofessional.
We had a bit of a laugh and left. We were underwhelmed.

6  Thank amsmary
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Reviewed February 11, 2014

My wife and I have enjoyed visiting many of North Carolina's many vinyards. With that said, we were very disappointed with Medaoni Cellars. If not for the beautiful surroundings, the day would have been a complete waste of time. The wine was average at best and server acted like they could care less.

5  Thank fman1986
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Reviewed January 18, 2014 via mobile

The lady serving the wine was fantastic, but the wine was a little expensive. In a few more years I believe the taste if these wines might improve greatly and smooth out.

2  Thank haveatums
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Reviewed December 1, 2013

As a Yadkin Valley resident with an extensive familiarity w/the area vineyards, I follow most through social media and newsletter emails, and know most of the owners personally. I was somewhat taken aback when, after a posting on Facebook this vineyard said, "Open until 8pm. Come by for a glass." However, when we promptly arrived at 7pm to enjoy an after-dinner glass of wine, we were informed by the attendant from around the corner of the bldng that they were closed. What?? "But we just read you were open until 8pm...?" What?? Another attendant came out from the locked door and said, "You guys can come in if you want." However, we declined as the half-hearted invite from behind the locked door seemed less than genuine. My advice, Medaloni, work on the hospitality aspect and overall communication with your staff if you want to fully realize your potential.

7  Thank Sun2wine
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