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When we pulled up we were little worried because we couldn’t see the winery! FYI it’s hidden in corner.
But as we walked in Larry was very inviting. He was so personable with stories to tell! We instantly related to him as if we were...More
We stopped in and did a free wine tasting and ended up leaving with 8 bottles of wine! Fun stop with great wine and a fun atmosphere. The staff went out of their way to keep us happy. Don't trust the Google maps address call...More
My wife and I live pretty close to Casa de Loco, in Springfield, MO, and have been regular visitors, river floated once and stayed overnight twice. It is an eclectic experience that is great fun if approached correctly.
The wine is sourced out of California...More
First off, we didn't realize the winery was being renovated and relocated into town. I'm very happy, however, that we made the mistake. We arrived at the location under renovation and the view is breathtaking. We took several pictures and then called the winery. We...More
By far the best winery at the lake, best wines best people. They truly know wine and answer all questions, went to Shawnee bluff because the owner of casa built them, but the new owner Gail has destroyed it. So glad casa is still the...More
We try to always make a visit to this quaint little winery on a hill when we are in this area. If for nothing than the view. The facility used to be an old insane asylum (thus the name Casa de Loco "House of the...More
A smile goes a long way. The woman at the counter was rude on the phone, and was worse in person. The video that the owner has on the website is just about the most misleading representation of any where we have ever stayed. And...More
GPS stopped working a few minutes away so some better signing might have been helpful...but it was still fun! Interesting street names along the way, and final approach was a narrow drive up a little hill...We laughed the whole way there!
Wine tasting was fun...More