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“Wine was good. No outside food policy is bad for those with medical food restrictions.”

Greendance The Winery at Sandhill
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Owner description: At Greendance-The Winery at Sand Hill, when we uncork a Greendance wine, we find within the bottle the sun, the earth, the flowers, and the fruit. Here we offer the complete wine experience including tastings, personalized histories of each wine, food pairings, entertainment, holiday celebrations, unique wine merchandise, and gourmet snacks—an extraordinary experience any time of year. Consumers can choose from nearly 50 wines including homegrown berry wines, sweet and dry red and white grape wines, sparkling wines, dessert wines, ports, and blush/rose wines. As the sister company of Sand Hill Berries, Greendance crafts its wine from what it grows. Throughout the summer season you will find private seating areas between the tall Nectar Garden grasses and flowers where guest can enjoying a sip of exceptional craftsmanship. On weekends and during special events throughout the summer there is live music on the garden stage, a variety of gourmet snack and sandwich options, several luncheon dates available courtesy of our culinary friends, desserts from the outdoor Cabin Cafe, and of course the flock of eager guineas moseying about. Sand Hill’s outdoor dessert cafe is open May through October (weather permitting) where you can get pie and cheesecake by the slice, along with sandwich and salad selections available inside the winery. Our food items are all made fresh so please call for availability—during busy days we may sell out of certain food items. A complement to the region’s exquisite natural landscape, Greendance is a welcome respite—a place of ultimate relaxation and enjoyment.
Reviewed 11 July 2017

I enjoyed the wines here. However, I am appalled by the no outside food policy. I have a medically restricted diet. The only food I could safely eat was salad, which had to be modified so I could eat it. It was not very filling and I got sick from the food, due to cross contact with allergens. Do not eat here if you have any dietary restrictions. I will not be back.

1  Thank Heather W
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

A special place to get away and enjoy some quiet moments and a good glass of wine surrounded by flowers, animals and spectacular views.

A hearty Thanks to all of your Staff! Excellent job.

Thank RE M
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Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

Nice wines and the wine pouters all pleasant and knowledgeable nice way to spend an afternoon you can also try a dessert

Thank lhouse1
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Reviewed 8 June 2017 via mobile

We met at the winery to start our girl's weekend trip. The patio was a perfect place to eat our lunch that was fabulous. The sandwiches we ordered and breads were fresh and delicious. The salad and dressing was excellent. Go to the country store next door--we got chocolate raspberry cookies and the most magnificent blackberry pie to take back to our rental. I have to go back to try "bumbleberry" pie (cherry, blackberry, blueberry, strawberry)! We didn't try the wine so another reason to return (we tend not to be fans of PA wine). Beautiful setting and fun to watch many folks coming for strawberry shortcake (yet another reason to return).

Thank Pam H
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Reviewed 16 May 2017

Some time in the not to distant future, everything will be up and running. In the mean time, this is still a great place to visit. Clearly, their success keeps them growing. That is a double edged sword. You can't have growth without some construction and other obstacles getting in the way of business. That being said, the folks we dealt with here were friendly ad knowledgeable. They helped us navigate the variety of wines offered and assisted us in choosing ones to our liking. Prices for wines were typical for the quality and variety offered.

We also had lunch here. The setting was nice and the food both reasonably priced and tasty. The only drawback is that the tables are outdoors under trees. And the trees attract birds. And the birds leave gifts for diners all over everything. So, beware of the location you choose!

Thank Campmaster55
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