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Gravity Winery, Baroda

3.6
#2 of 7 in Things to do in Baroda
Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
Enjoy a signature flight pairing while overlooking gorgeous views of the vineyard and a private lake.

Escape to the vineyard today!

Groups Policy:

-Saturdays May-Nov groups of 8+ will prepay for 6 tastings to hold a reservation spot.

-You are more then welcome to come Friday or Sunday with your group of 8+ for no up front payment but still need reservations to accommodate.
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Gravity Winery reviews

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TripAdvisor traveler rating 4.0
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  • From the moment we checked in and paid for our winetasting, the hostess was cheerful and helpful. We enjoyed winetasting at the bar with a very nice, young woman helping us out. After winetasting, we....  more »
  • Inside and out you will find this to be one of your favorite places to stay and sip a few glasses of wine. Spectacular day for me and my friends. We did a wine tasting inside and then got a glass to.....  more »
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  • Really liked this place and it would have 5 stars however some wine that I purchased went bad and I am having a hard time getting a hold of someone to resolve this issue. I have had the Blueberry wine from gravity before and it was amazing and then when I purchased it and had some at home it was like drinking vinegar. There mango cider is phenominal but why keep sampling a product you cannot purchase because they no longer make it???
  • Friendly servers and good to talk to. Place is hip and fairly newly built, has a beautiful outdoor seating area to enjoy your wine and the view. But most of the wines I tried were average or below average. Did not give the crackers to go with the wine either. Mango cider was good. A couple of sweet and semi dry white wines were good such as Attraction and Michigan Magnetism (which I found to be the best). Blueberry wine tastes and smells like a mix of apple cider vinegar, blueberry and nailpolish remover so my advice, skip that. 6 for $12 for tasting and you get to keep the glasses as a souvenir. But, for the taste of the wines, price is unexpectedly high. If its a really good tasting wine, $25- $30 for a bottle would be justified and I'd be happy to buy it but more than half of their wines are just overpriced considering the taste.

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