Snowy Peaks Winery260 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 292 Moraine Ave, Estes Park, CO 80517, USA, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1970-5862099
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Winery, Adults
Love wine? Want to pamper your taste buds? Want to indulge in some wine tasting? No worries! Estes Park has many places where you can taste some freshly made wine. One such popular place is the Snowy Peaks Winery. You can even bring your kids along with you as this place has a ‘No Wine-ing Zone’ which is nothing but a specially designed playroom. You can taste five wines and also buy the ones which you like. Other products which are sold here are cheese, chocolates, jams and jellies.
Snowy Peaks Winery Travel Tips
- It’s a pet friendly winery. Hence, you can easily take your pets here.
Entrance Ticket Details For Snowy Peaks Winery
- Tasting of 5 wines costs around 5 USD.
Snowy Peaks Winery Hours
- Monday - Thursday 11:00 am -5:00 pm
- Friday - Sunday 11:00 am -6:00 pm
How to Reach Snowy Peaks Winery
- Nearby bus stop is Piccadilly Bus Stop.
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50.88% of people who visit Estes Park include Snowy Peaks Winery in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
63.64% of people start their Snowy Peaks Winery visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Snowy Peaks Winery
78.31% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Snowy Peaks Winery
Snowy Peaks Winery Reviews & Ratings
The winery is just outside the main drag of downtown, but not too out of the way that it is isolated. Adds a bit of a different atmosphere if it wasn't for being next to a main trafficked street. The wines all vary in unique experiences, even within their own palates. And a tasting flights tend to be reasonably priced and generous pours. If one enjoys wine, it's a good place to visit while you're in Estes.
Passing through Estes Park for one night only on our road trip, this was the perfect stop for us (traveling with my mother in law, wife, and two daughters (ages 7 and 3)). The adults enjoyed the affordable wine tasting and shopping while the "No Whining Room" was a big with the girls! Plenty of toys, books, and coloring to keep them entertained after too much time in the car! They even got to enjoy a complimentary juice/cider tasting. It was a big hit with them! I am not wine expert to give an honest review of the wines that we sampled, but the hospitality was first rate. Not only did we to sample wine within sight and sound of our entertained children, but we got plenty of background knowledge of each wine we sampled. I was also able to share in conversation with the owner who was serving us my travel plans for the next few days and she gave me a few tips and recommendations for my drive through Rocky Mountain National Park that were honestly spot on and and very helpful for fine tuning my trip to meet hiking abilities , interest, and attention span of my travel companions. Great pride in her business and in her town! My only complaint, is that I didn't see a "No Whining Room" sign that would have been a perfect photo op to commemorate our visit to the tasting room.
We stopped to enjoy some wine and ended up going back a second time! Wonderful staff and a mice atmosphere too! The sangria is delicious.🍷
Wonderful winery in town. Shipped to my home out of state and everything went perfectly. Very reasonable pricing, with kind and knowledgeable staff. I only had reds, mostly dry ones, and enjoyed them very much.
The wine was great, the service was mediocre. We sat out on the patio and had to go back inside to the bar if we wanted anything additional. I wasn’t a fan of paying $8 for 5 different 1 oz pours... if the tasting was free (like they are for most wineries) I almost certainly would have bought a bottle to go home with.