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Brian R wrote a review Dec. 2019
Aarhus, Denmark685 contributions179 helpful votes
Unfortunately, this was our last visit on a day trip to the Sierras... had it been the first, we would have bought more wine. Especiallly their ports were to die for.
Date of experience: December 2019
mom_on_timeout wrote a review Sep. 2018
Tracy, California88 contributions36 helpful votes
We had a nice visit at Bray. The customer service was great, and so was the wine. The tasting room was adorable. I’d planning on returning again. Loved their reds!
Date of experience: September 2018
wineandwandering wrote a review Jun. 2018
Carver, Oregon40 contributions15 helpful votes
The atmosphere in this tasting room is comfy and casual. There were several groups. The tasting room staff quickly gt everyone through their tastings. Not a lot of discussion about the wines, but I'm sure any questions would be happily answered. Wines are well priced and there's a nice variety. Tasting fee waved with a bottle purchase.…
Date of experience: June 2018
yosemitepictures wrote a review May 2018
Incline Village, Nevada186 contributions83 helpful votes
Tasty wines, the Barbera is consistently among the best in the Plymouth area (only Young's or Renwood makes ones that are as good or occasionally better). Cozy tasting room with a friendly staff. Prices are very reasonable, generally from $15 to $25 per bottle, rare treats a bit more. They also produce a very good olive oil that's worth splurging on.…
Date of experience: May 2018
FairwayFound wrote a review Dec. 2017
Bakersfield, California334 contributions154 helpful votes
Don’t expect fancy. Bray offers good table wines. They have a refillable jug at a good price. Their label is Brazin’ Hussy.
Date of experience: November 2017