This place is a little hidden. You almost feel like you're going through a neighborhood but it's there, I promise! And you won't regret the trip. Everything I tasted was amazing and the people are very knowledgeable and super friendly. And addition to the spirits and wine, they also do various extracts so there really is something for everyone. I... 更多
This was our first visit to Don Quixote. A really nice big space, a big bar for tasting, and great options - 5 tastes for $5! Really enjoyed their blue corn bourbon, and their grappa and apple brandy were quite good, too. The citrus gin had a very nice mouth. Several enjoyable wines as well - we liked the merlotl.... 更多
As an unplanned stop: A great chance to learn about your favorite drinks and try locallay made products that easily rival the $100+ bottles you can get at booze mega-stores in an atmosphere that betrays the location and atmosphere. Best have a ride home you can fully enjoy the stop. Once a month they have mixology classes that quickly switch... 更多
I went to Don Quixote with my fiancé and we both loved it! I tried 6 different wines/spirits. My favorite was the Blue Corn Bourbon so we got a bottle of that as well as a rocks glass with the logo on it as a souvenir . The bourbons, gin, and even the vodka were so good, better than I... 更多
We love to visit local wineries to see how different places make their wine. This was an interesting little stop. The view is pretty and the venue is very cute! I can see how people would love to throw a special occasion party here! We tried a wine tasting and a spirit tasting. I was not anticipating the wine to... 更多
There's some interesting gin and vodka here (there's other spirits, but that's what I tried). I greatly enjoyed having something different and there's definitely subtle details. It's worth a stop and nice to take the time to sip and tease out the differences. It's easy to have a few too many samples, so keep that in mind. They should start... 更多
The wine tasted like vinegar and was carbonated. We threw it out. What we tasted at the "winery" was not what we purchased.
Enjoyed stopping in at Don Quixote on our way back from Santa Fe. I especially enjoyed the Rojo port, and my husband liked the blue corn bourbon. Great!
We must've driven by twice before finally stumbling into Don Quixote as the signage is really lacking. Upon arriving we... 更多