Bet the Farm Winery

4204 Krums Corners Rd, Trumansburg, NY 14886, USA

About Bet the Farm Winery

4.8 / 5

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    April 11, 2022

    Not a bad place, but not my first choice. The wine was nice and the service was friendly and informative. Its on the smaller side, with only a few tables inside, I can't imagine it would comfortably fit more than 30 people. It doesn't really have a winery vibe, it feels much more like a brewery. Its a sheet metal building with a small number of windows or décor and stainless steel tables. You cannot see out the window from inside unless you stand at the bar. I'm giving it 5 stars because there's nothing "wrong" with it and I don't want to lower the rating on a small business. It just doesn't really feel as nice as many of the other wineries in the area. I think if they added a large deck with outdoor seating then that would be a nicer atmosphere. You will reuse the same glass during flights.

    Amy Pepples
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    February 27, 2022

    This was my first time trying this winery. I was with a group of 8 in total, we visit finger lakes wineries often. While the wine was good. The owners( I assume) were not. Someone in our party called about 10 minuets before arriving to make sure they were open, and of course they said yes. But nothing about having to make a reservation. When we arrived, we opened the door and the woman sitting at one of the tasting tables did not greet us- instead she said "HOW many of you ARE there?" I said we have 8. She and the man she was sitting with blankly stared at us. It was awkward, after an awkward silence, I said should we have called to let you know we were coming? She said yes its very simple online to make a reservation. Then said proceded to pick up her and the man's lunch and seat us at the table. Without cleaning it. And said something about us getting there in time because they had finished lunch. Then the girl who poured our wine did not explain the wines at all and made us feel as though we were an inconvenience for wanting to try different wines. I believe she said "it's easier if you all try the same thing". we did try.the wines And they were decent. But no one bought anything and we were all extremely offended at how we were made to feel. Will not be returning.

    Nora G
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    July 05, 2022

    We did the food and wine tasting for $15. Even though the food portions were dainty, there was a separate cheese or meat for each of the four wines and they were all delicious and paired together beautifully! The owner explained the unique characteristics of each wine to us in a way that was easy to understand, but really interesting. I learned a lot about their wine and vineyard. Only indoor seating for the tastings.

    Monica Gervais
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    October 18, 2021

    Nancy and Kit are very hospitable owners and truly care about their customers. The tasting room is new and very clean. They pay attention to the small details. Indoor and outdoor space is available.Outdoor games available for use by customers. Pretty views! Can't rave enough about the quality of their wines. We visited several other vineyards/ wineries over the weekend and Bet the farm was at the top of our list. Take the time to stop by for a wine tasting, you will be glad that you did. Thanks again for welcoming us to your lovely vineyard.

    Teana Brooks
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    January 08, 2022

    Me and a good friend of mine decided to visit some local wineries, Bet the farm Winery being our first stop. The tasting went well and our server was delightful. There were 2 other people in the building (I’m guessing the owners or staff), who didn’t introduce themselves, but went on and on about my outfit and made comments that really made me question us human beings. It was a cold day with about an inch of snow on the ground, I made a risky decision to wear ripped jeans with flat shoes that were exposing the top of my feet. They said things like “ you need to get some boots like your friend” “do you know what season it is right now” etc. this went on as we were walking out the door. This might sound petty of me to leave a review about this experience but what if these were the only clothes I owned, what if I couldn’t afford nice boots or “wool socks”? This experience opened my eyes and I think we as humans need to think before we speak and be more understanding and aware that there are people out there who are less fortunate.

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