Barrel Oak Winery

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  • I would give this winery a 5, but they allow children. Luckily, they are not allowed inside. I was horrified to see herds of children roaming out on the lawn, throwing rocks, when my friend and I pulled up. Dogs are allowed, too, but the ones we saw were better behaved than the kids. The interior is like an upscale barn and is nicely decorated. They also had a cute little loft. The food was great and the wine was pretty good, too. They also had epic views of the valley.

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  • Great wine! Very nice panorama views. Oh and a coconut, brown sugar, rimmed stout! Next level. It's a must have if the server can make it.

  • Pretty winery and lots of dogs. I liked that they had food. I didn't like the wine though. It wasn't flavorful and it was about $40 a bottle which was a little much for not that great of wine.

  • This winery has a different ambience than most of the other local wineries. It is quite large, but also very busy. When I went, I had to wait more than 20 minutes for a tasting. The tastings were a fair price, although the samples seemed to be on the small side. The bottles of wine were also significantly more expensive than others in the area. The staff were polite, but not overly friendly, probably due to how busy it was. If you like going to a big, busy, expensive winery, this one is for you. If you don't, skip it in favor of one of the smaller and more hospitable wineries.

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  • This place it great whether it's a spring or summer day. I had a wine tasting with "Chad" who made the experience a great one. Their brick oven-baked pizza is delicious as well. This is a great hidden gem that you must see.

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