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Dalice Elizabeth Winery

6 Amos Rd, Preston, CT 06365-8701
+1 860-930-9198
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Small quaint place with a nice pond view

Came to visit while camping down the road. The staff was friendly and the wines were decent. $12... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2016
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
via mobile
Wonderful Vineyard

We visited Dalice Elizabeth a couple of weeks ago for the first time. It is a beautiful little... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2016
Kim O
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When family and friends get together there is a magical sense of camaraderie of family. Il Cantina Sociale di La Familglia is Our Society of Wine Producers & you are now a member of the family. Throughout your days of wine-making with us you will learn from second, third & fourth generation Italian-Americans the joys and traditions of wine making. From crushing and pressing to racking and bottling, you will be involved in each step resulting in your own barrel of Vino della Casa labeled, of course, with your name. During your time with us, in addition to working with the grapes, we invite you to experience the Italian way, as we know it. We will share with you our new family, the great meals, the lore, the tradition and the story telling that has made for such camaraderie and resulted in so many special times. You'll probably even pick up a few of our favorite phrases and gestures along the way. We invite you to stroll the gardens, play a game of bocce or horseshoes, or lend a hand in the kitchen preparing for the evening's feast!
  • Excellent71%
  • Very good12%
  • Average9%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible3%
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6 Amos Rd, Preston, CT 06365-8701
+1 860-930-9198
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Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

Came to visit while camping down the road. The staff was friendly and the wines were decent. $12 for 6 generous tastings and does not include the souvenir glass. The wine is decent for these parts. Had a $20 cheese platter that was yummy, and...More

Thank Jazzypaparazzi
Reviewed 31 May 2016

We visited Dalice Elizabeth a couple of weeks ago for the first time. It is a beautiful little vineyard, with a tasting room and lovely pond with chairs scattered around the grounds. The wine was fantastic, especially their red's which were the finest I have...More

Thank Kim O
Reviewed 26 May 2016

The winery itself is relatively small; however, what is produced is out of this world. They have some of the finest reds that I've ever tasted, and although I'm not a white wine lover per se, their Chardonnay is absolutely delicious... There is always a...More

Thank AmyLee2016
Reviewed 20 May 2016 via mobile

Simply beautiful spot. Great wine. We did a wine and chocolate tasting. The service was great. The wine was delicious. And we will definitely be back. Bought 3 bottles of wine.

1  Thank Eloise F
Reviewed 17 December 2015

After making wine for a few seasons with John and Mary-lee I felt as one of the family. They opened their winery up with the true love of Manga in the heart. They welcome every quest as family. Not to mention their wines are by...More

1  Thank drew4463
Reviewed 21 November 2015 via mobile

My friend and I had the perfect time there for a wine and chocolate tasting. Pam was very friendly and knowledgable! Besides the wine tasting incredible (bought 2 bottles), the live music was great and Pam made sure we felt welcome. Don't lose her!

Thank Heathe81
Reviewed 18 October 2015 via mobile

A lovely Sunday afternoon took us 35 minutes north to this quaint winery. We were met by a fire pit outside and friendly hostesses inside(Bella and Anastasia). Unfortunately they don't offer the menu right away and we found out by accident that they serve food....More

Thank Denise C
Reviewed 5 October 2015 via mobile

Came with a large group of friends last weekend for a little birthday celebration. After first stopping at Preston Ridge on a cold, dreary fall day, we made our way over to this newbie and had the best time. They offer two different size tastings...More

Thank dmkaminski
Reviewed 24 September 2015

This winery was right down the street from our B&B, so we figured we would give it a try. A small winery but on a nice pond for a view and most grapes right nearby to see. We were not expecting much but we were...More

Thank Debbie K
Reviewed 20 September 2015 via mobile

We arrived at the winery (which is in a gorgeous area) and were greeted by a very friendly young woman. We looked at the wine list and we were a little disappointed to see mostly reds and dry wines. She recommended purchasing a glass of...More

Thank JCW627
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