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Mary U.
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Report | 7 months ago
Go on a nice day so you can walk around the area.
Kelly W.
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Report | 8 months ago
Awesome little winery. Amazing wine, I'd recommend the red raspberry. A true gem of Ellicottville.
Jennifer P.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
Great place with delicious wines. Tasting with the cheese plate was fantastic. Looking forward to going back.
KATHLEEN N.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
Go during the week when it's relaxed in the village and you can wander----unless you like crowds. It's a nice ride from anywhere in WNY, and you can tour at your own will.
Scott H.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
Two thumbs up! Great time to taste and learn about wine! Call ahead for reservation. Sam took very good care of us. The cheese was excellent also.
Danyle M.
Verified
Report | 9 months ago
I would highly recommend the wine tasting paired with the cheese tasting. The "tour" is interesting if you aren't at all familiar with how wine is made, but you literally just walk into their side room and look at where it's made.
Nicole H.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Great wines and reasonable prices. Very friendly and helpful staff.
michelle n.
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Report | 2 years ago
Super wines!
Patricia H.
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Report | 2 years ago
We enjoyed the whole experience and felt the prices were reasonable.
Collette L.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Fun "Girl's Day"...sampling wine and eating chocolate:). Very nice tour too!
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To the Spicola family, wine isn't simply something sipped on at dinner or during a party. Rather, it's the family heritage, which forms a bridge between generations. Today, Dominic Spicola runs the Winery of Ellicottville with his son-in-law, but years ago, he worked alongside his father, Francesco, an Italian immigrant schooled in his home country's winemaking tradition. Together, the duo crushed and pressed annual harvests into barrels of wine, making sure their relatives had enough to fill glasses at dinner and water balloons at family picnics throughout the year.

Today, Dominic and his son-in-law mesh this Old World wisdom with New World techniques to craft chardonnays and merlots, reds and whites. They sell their bottles from an unassuming shop on Monroe Street, where sky-blue walls, family pictures, and shelved knickknacks surround a sun-splashed bar.

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