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Laurie O.
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Report | 13 days ago
The tasting is inside, and you can choose from five different wines made from tropical fruits. Plus you can pick a glass of your favorite flavor and take the glass home. On Friday nights, there is karaoke outside in a large tiki hut. Lots of fun!
Gabriel I.
Verified
Report | 19 days ago
Make sure you know where you going. don't get stuck on a dirt road
darin h.
Verified
Report | 20 days ago
bring food with you
LILIBETH C.
Report | 25 days ago
LOVE THIS PLACE!!!!!!!!! DONT MISS OUT, YOU WONT REGRET IT
Gloria R.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Love it bring snacks!!!
Kristen L.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Wear comfortable shoes that you can stand in for half an hour during the tasting! (I didn't! Heels -- ugh!)
Lynette S.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Wear comfy clothing. People were in sneakers and shorts.
Sophia M.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Bring your own chesses, crackers, and cold cuts to eat while you drink your wine. Saturday nights they have Salsa band which my boyfriend and I enjoyed a lot!
zulma
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
saturday live band was great
Yumai F.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
If you are going for the wine tasting, make sure to buy food at the front counter before you sit for the tasting. there is no food offered anywhere else in the winery except for at the front counter and you need to eat something while you do the tasting.
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Though they had long been interested in starting an agro-tourism business on their 96-acre farm, Peter and Denisse Schnebly might never have considered a winery were it not for a fortuitous visit from Bill Wagner of Wagner Winery in Lodi, New York. During his stay, Wagner took a look around at the farm's exotic fruits and vegetables and planted an idea in the couples' imaginations: why not draw upon their harvest to create exotic wines? The idea took root, and the couple soon began to experiment in their garage, crafting wines with the help of their friends while sticking to their shared belief in sustainable practices. Five years later, these eccentric wines?infused with mangoes, avocados, and other nongrape fruits?helped their newly opened winery garner a 2008 Best Winery award from the Miami New Times.

Many of the winery's varietals have gone on to win accolades since then, and tours and tastings allow visitors to join in the celebration and gain insights to the process of winemaking in a tropical environment complete with a coral water fountain, tiki huts, and lush plants. Table wines include Guava, a rose wine, balanced with integrated aromas of plum, black berry, blue berry and exotic herbs. Wines pour freely during weekend events that feature live concerts and karaoke. Past entertainment included Bryan Gonzalez, TreeHause Band, La Linea, and bluegrass groups distinguished by their danceable songs and innovatively landscaped lawns.

While their main focus has always been wine, the Schneblys have branched out to craft brews. In 2011, they opened Miami Brewing Company, the first commercial brewery in Miami. They take their inspiration from Miami flavors, incorporating different fruits and spices in their beers.

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