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Cowie Wine Cellars and Vineyards

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Loved them all!

I loved every wine I tasted, which you probably know is a rarity! You will probably have to wait a... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Larkin M
Best Winery In The US and Possibly The World!

I've gone to visit Cowie Winery many times and have absolutely fallen in love with the wines and... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2017
Grand View, Wisconsin
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  • Excellent51%
  • Very good8%
  • Average25%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible16%
Sep 5, 2017
“Loved them all!”
Mar 25, 2017
“Best Winery In The US and Possibly The World!”
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101 N Carbon City Rd, Paris, AR 72855-4630
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

I loved every wine I tasted, which you probably know is a rarity! You will probably have to wait a few minutes for the owner to come to the door if you are the only one there, and possibly ring twice. The mead is really...More

1  Thank Larkin M
Reviewed 26 March 2017

I've gone to visit Cowie Winery many times and have absolutely fallen in love with the wines and the master wine maker, Robert Cowie, who creates some of the most amazing wines I've ever had! I was not a wine lover until I went to...More

1  Thank woondy1
Reviewed 21 November 2016 via mobile

If you go, take a look in the chapel. Also the beautiful bells will be of interest. Skip the wines...I didn't like the two I sampled. My husband did purchase a bottle, but I certainly won't be drinking it. It is located just outside of...More

1  Thank Peggy R
Reviewed 3 March 2016

Visitied Cowie Wine Cellars recently and had a good time. Outside is a nice small chapel with lots of old church bells of different sizes on a tower. Inside is a museum and tasting area. The museum alone is worth the visit. Check out the...More

1  Thank Dwilso9126
Reviewed 23 October 2015 via mobile

After ringing the bell & honking the horn for 20 minutes, we have up. It was between 3:40 & 4 PM on Thursday so within their posted hours. The "Open" sign was also out. Another car load also gave up. We drove 30 miles out...More

1  Thank Chuck P
Reviewed 8 September 2015

We just did the Arkansas wine tour and I have to say this small winery had the best tasting wine out of all of them. It is a small place, so there are no tours offered, but they do let you check out their collection...More

Thank Amanda W
Reviewed 8 July 2015

We love this winery but out of the last three times we've tried to visit them, they've been closed. We enjoy their cranberry wine and award-winning port, but will have to wait til we're again in the neighborhood. It is good so we keep coming...More

Thank Diane K
Reviewed 3 June 2014

Tasting room is small; wines similar to those at most wineries. Owner is a deacon in the Catholic church and has a small chapel next to the tasting room, along with a collection of large church bells he's collected over the years. The display is...More

Thank JanP461
Reviewed 24 March 2014 via mobile

Yes, the winery is small, but the taste is BIG! The Mount Magazine red & white are both wonderful. My favorite is Robert's Port. Bob was an extremely gracious host while we stayed in the room above the winery. First, it was very quiet &...More

3  Thank Nanniebella
Reviewed 16 September 2013

This winery was pretty small, which is okay, but they were celebrating some type of annual wine fest we had read about, but didn't really see any festival going on. They had no direction, no one to great you, just people wandering around as seemingly...More

1  Thank Debaw
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