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Warwick Valley Winery, Warwick

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Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
The magical combination of wine, cider, spirits, food and music are what make any visit to Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery so enjoyable.

Tasting Room - 7 days a week from 11am to 6pm

Pane - Friday 12pm to 4pm, Saturday and Sunday 12pm to 5pm

Free Live Music - 2pm to 5pm Saturdy & Sunday (except festival weekends)
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  • Such beautiful grounds. The staff is very helpful and friendly. I would recommend this place to anyone in the area or visiting.  more »
  • Good place for a spring trip. The winery is very nice, but crowded no matter what time you get there. Everybody is very respectful with space, keeping distance and mask. Live music on...  more »
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  • I didn't get a chance to try food from the cafe but there were other food options that were absolutely delicious and worth the prices. The retail store/bar had so many great options. It was a stunning October Saturday so this place was mobbed so I was a bit disappointed I didn't discover it before the hype but it's definitely still worth a trip. I will definitely be back next season. Three stars because of the tasting experience under the white tent. The flow of this was frustrating. Hire more locals to support the massive flow of people to alleviate the crowded bar feel. Waiting 15-20 minutes behind a group/couple for a tasting with a plate of cheese in hand isn't enjoyable. A small flight paddle with smaller glasses since the amount of alcohol you're getting in a tasting isn't a lot anyway would be more appropriate. Some high tops dispersed through the area where people can eat their cheese and drink from their flight paddle. The various tastings liquids can be explained at the main tasting area while give your flight paddle and/or experts walking around explaining to groups or answer questions. There was way too much underutilized open space that could've made the tasting experience less overwhelming for those providing it and more enjoyable for those tasting by better managing crowd flow.
  • Warwick is a great place to hang with a group of friends on a Saturday in the fall. Yes it's crowded and loud, but the lines move quickly and it's still very relaxing to be outside and chill with friends (remember to bring your blankets and/or chairs). The cider tasting is great, $5 allows you to sample 5 of their ciders and keep the glass! The ciders and wines are inexpensive - $17 for a bottle of rose, $5 for a cider (in a cup or can). There's a great selection of food for everyone including gluten free and vegetarian options. Also love that there is a live band playing, it adds to the chill atmosphere. Overall a great way to change it up, rather than doing a boozy brunch. Truly a fall staple!

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