Great wine, service, atmosphere. I was surprised to learn of the wine tasting fee and the bottles were rather expensive. The other Oliver wineries do not charge the tasting fee from my experience
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We always go here every time we are in town and it is always enjoyable. Great atmosphere, very pleasant and efficient staff, good food. Wine is good if not great, and we like to blend their zinfandel with their Cabernet...great together! Lots of fun to...More
The ladies that served us were very nice and knowledgeable about the wines they were serving. Tasting price was very good at $5 per person for 8-3/4 ounce pours.
Part of a food tour, we were served 3 wines, a pinot grigio, a chambroucin and a catawba. We were also served some bread, a tomato basil jam, and some cheese. The wines themselves were alright, but the manager made a great effort teaching us...More
Very nice location across from the courthouse, invitingly designed with bar as well as table seating indoors and sidewalk tables. We visited Oliver to sample the wines, so I do not comment on the food except to say that there seemed to be a varied...More
It was open late on Saturday. We had a group of 6 that attended the wine tasting here. $5 a good deal for 8 tastings. Very nice tasting room, clean, and service was very good, Very helpful, and informative.
This is one of the best spots on the square right now. The ambiance inside is open, comfortable and inviting, if not a bit gothic from the stone motif. They have a relatively long bar with well-spaced, comfortable seats. The patio outside is a wonderful...More
I truly enjoy going to Oliver's on the square in Bloomington. It is such a relaxed atmosphere. They have very good wines and the flights offer the opportunity to compare the wines. A definite place to visit in Bloomington.
A new addition to downtown Bloomington that is certainly worth the visit. Local wines that are created by a family business for over 40 years are now combined with small plates and desserts. The Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 and a slice of their pecan pie is...More