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Brandon S.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Wonderful day trip
Jessica B.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
The experience was great! The place is old and has a lot of character. They are working to update everything. With the being said, the employees were very kind and knowledgeable. The wine was great! Don't use GPS to get there. Just stay on HWY 19!
kirstie h.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Recommend going when it is warm outside but it is an awesome place to hang out!
Allen B.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Leave yourself time to relax and fully enjoy the experience! It's well worth it. The Groupon makes a good deal that much better!
Deanna S.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
A Wonder afternoon. The background music was a nice touch as we sipped our wine, relaxed, and socialized. The cellar is not to be missed.
Debra M.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
Amazing blend of wine, history and scenery, nestled in the hills surrounding beautiful Augusta, Ky. This is a must-do day trip!
Donetta P.
Verified
Report | 7 months ago
Interesting history. Stay/spend some time after the tour. Very relaxing and charming.
Barbara A.
Verified
Report | 11 months ago
it is not handicap friendly but I LOVED the winery and would go back again. It is a beatiful fun place to spend a day with history, friendly staff, good wine and music!
Steve T.
Verified
Report | 11 months ago
Went down with another couple and just had a Fabulous time!
Steve S.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Enjoy the community outside the winery. Historical and a ferry that crosses the ohio river. Really cool. Winery is gorgeous and wine is good
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When the sun sets on the Baker-Bird Winery, and its proprietors depart, the sturdy stone walls come to life, whispering stories across the expansive space. They rehash the 150-year history of the estate winery, which sheltered women and children during a key Civil War battle. Their tales outline the German immigration, which brought those wishing to cultivate a new life to the region to work the rich Kentucky soil. Then the sun rises, and the walls close their stony eyes, allowing the winery's history to speak for itself through guided tours.

In the warm afternoon, groups wander amid framed historical photographs, documents, and wooden cabinets lined with wines, artisanal cheeses from Kentucky, and exotic chocolates. Because all proceeds from the sale of the wine goes to restoring the historic estate and supporting Kentucky farm families, visitors can feel that they?ve done a good deed without rescuing a cat from a tree and taking it to see the ocean for the first time.

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