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“Pleasant country side”
Review of Gervasi Vineyard

Gervasi Vineyard
Ranked #2 of 34 things to do in Canton
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Join us for a public tour of our state-of-the-art winery facilities at The Crush House every Saturday afternoon. Guests are welcome to enjoy lunch or tasting experiences before or after tours at The Crush House to enhance their experience. No reservations for Public Winery Tours, additional options available below with more intimate or private experiences. Saturday Tour Schedule: Tours will begin every hour (12pm - 1pm - 2pm) Location: Meet at The Crush House Tasting Bar Duration: Approximately 30 minutes
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Beautiful Italian villa atmosphere. Very nice grounds to walk among. On Wednesdays during summer ,they have vintage car shows. There's music while sitting on the veranda and sipping one of their wines. There is an outside cafe style eatery or an elegant indoor Resturant. Very pleasant,friendly staff.

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Jeffrey H, Guest Relations Manager at Gervasi Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 11 September 2017

Thank you for your review and compliments Donna! We hope you can visit us again soon!

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

This place is beautiful for weddings, banquets, date night, or dinner and drinks. Very pricey but beautiful.

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Jeffrey H, Guest Relations Manager at Gervasi Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 8 September 2017

Thank you for your review beachm0m2012! We appreciate your feedback. Our Crush House menu is a little more casual than the Bistro and also at lower price point. We try hard to offer something for everyone, regardless of budget. We hope you can visit us again soon!

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

This place was amazing. The grounds are breathtaking. The food was wonderful. And I would definitely recommend putting this place on your list of places to go. The service was excellent and I even received a free birthday treat. Plan on going back for a wine tasting.

Thank karaf645
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Jeffrey H, Guest Relations Manager at Gervasi Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2017

Thank you for your review Kara! We will look forward to your next visit. The Crush House is a great place to enjoy a wine tasting and we also offer free winery tours on Saturdays at noon, 1 and 2 PM. Thank you!

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

If you have guest in town, take them but go yourself first so you will know the ropes. Something for everyone.
Family, ( teens ) Business
all will have a great time.

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Jeffrey H, Guest Relations Manager at Gervasi Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2017

Thank you for your review edsmith913! We appreciate you introducing out of town guests to us! Thank you again!

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Reviewed 5 September 2017

We spent two nights at one of the Gervasi Vineyard villas for a really pleasant and relaxing experience. Although I've never been to the real Tuscany, somehow I suspect that this is nicer! The rooms are charming [scrupulously clean, very comfy bed, love the fireplace], the bathrooms are luxurious [love the heated towel racks], and the comfortable common area included separate breakfast tables for those who aren't talkative in the morning, as well as a larger "farmhouse" table and patio table [view of the little lake] for those who enjoy company. There's also comfortable seating around a fireplace. The counter area has coffee, tea, cold beverages, ice, and yogurt continuously available. I wasn't sure how the villa concept would work out [four rooms share a common dining/sitting area and private patio], but it worked out really well. All four rooms were occupied in our villa yet it was very quiet; we interacted briefly with several guests, and enjoyed pleasant breakfast conversations with another couple.

The landscaping is absolutely lovely, so it's nice to ramble around the grounds. There's also a longer walking trail around the property. It's fun to see the grapevines surrounding the property.Oh yes -- there's a nice little gift shop, too.

There are two restaurants in easy walking distance from the villas. We had one dinner at the Crush House [casual and a bit noisy downstairs, but quieter upstairs]. Our table was on a very nice covered balcony on the second floor. We enjoyed the food and wine and service was very good. Our second night we had dinner reservations at the Bistro, a very nice restaurant in a beautifully restored historic barn. Wine, dinner, and dessert were excellent.

Customer service from the concierge desk was outstanding!

I have a few suggestions, though. Breakfasts were somewhat disappointing: in spite of the clever delivery method [wooden wine boxes with the room numbers carved in] and interesting descriptions, food was lukewarm, dry and somewhat tasteless. Maybe a less ambitious breakfast menu--crusty bread with butter, cheese, and jam and a fresh pastry? The fruit bowl and yogurt were good additions.

It would also be nice if there was a reading light on both sides of the bed--maybe even a little shelf for a phone, etc.

And speaking of light, it would be nice if the path to the Bistro had pathway lighting all the way along, since there's a rather dark section between the villas and the bridge.

In spite of those issues, it was a wonderful getaway, I highly recommend it, and look forward to our next visit.

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Jeffrey H, Guest Relations Manager at Gervasi Vineyard, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2017

Thank you for your very kind and detailed review RLane_11! We appreciate your compliments and thoughtful suggestions. I will share your review with our owner and our managements teams this morning. They will share your review with our staff for all of our pre-shift meetings. Compliments like yours will make everyone very happy today. We are so glad you enjoyed your stay with us and that you took the time to share your experience with others. Thank you and we hope you can visit us again soon!

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