Did you know that there’s a very cute Winery in Boston? A few weekends ago I met up with a few other Boston Bloggers and we had a great time checking out the Boston Winery.
Boston Winery is located at 26 Ericsson which is next door to Venezia Restaurant in Dorchester. There was plenty of (free) parking when I went on a Saturday afternoon.
I have been to a few other wine tours and tastings in the U.S. and Italy, and the Boston Winery was bigger than I pictured. They had two good-size adjourning rooms: one for the tasting and one for the tour. We entered into the tasting room, and had a few glasses of wine before the tour.
We later moved into the room for the tour where we learned about the wine-making process at Boston Winery for roughly 30-minutes.
Boston Winery is open to the public for wine tastings and tours on Saturdays from 1-6pm with tours at 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, and 5pm. It is $10 and includes the tour and three tasting tokens for 3 samples/glasses of wine. Boston Winery also makes pizza but it does go quick (or at least it did when I was there).
Before I went, I read on Yelp that the $10 tasting fee was waived if you bought a bottle of wine, but I am not sure if that is true or not. However, it doesn’t hurt to ask if you plan on purchasing a bottle of wine anyway.
Overall I had a great time checking out the Boston Winery and wish I knew about it earlier when planning a bachelorette party!
For more information about Boston Winery, you can head here. Have you been to the Boston Winery before?
*I attended Boston Winery with some fellow Boston Bloggers and did not have to pay the $10 admission. All thoughts and opinions are my own.