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“What a beautiful little place!”
Review of Caprice Vineyards - CLOSED

Caprice Vineyards
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Owner description: This business is sold. It is currently under new management and closed for renovation. It is expected to re open under the name of Rellik Winery
Reviewed 26 October 2013

Some wineries are big and kind of industrial. This is a place that is warm, welcoming and makes really special wines. Be sure to make time so you and the kids can meet the alpacas -- they have an impressive group, and there are few places to go wine-tasting where you have additional features like this. I loved their cabernet and their blush wine -- but you must try the others, too. We shared a snack plate for four that was just right, and there are little picnic tables and other beautiful areas (under the arbor, in the art-filled greenhouse) where you can sit at a table and hang out with friends. Whether you're looking for your next great bottle, a new alpaca sweater, a cute piece of jewelry, or something fun for your bar (even their refrigerator magnets are clever), don't miss this place. Loved it!

3  Thank Enby G
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Reviewed 9 July 2013

We decided to visit Caprice because of the great reviews on Tripadvisor- and we weren't disappointed! Jim, the owner, greeted us as we walked up to the patio and began serving us our wine flight. It was a Sunday, so there was a duo singing and playing guitar and violin. Quite a nice touch! Both Jim and his wife were extremely friendly, tending to the guests. After inquiring, we found out that Caprice was an afterthought- after moving from S. California bringing 12 alpacas to settle here! However, Jim's wine is very, very good. We quite liked his Chardonnay- as he pointed to the vines the grapes came from (in front of the car in the picture) and the back of the winery, where he produced the wine! We purchased a bottle of the Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon (thus the tasting fee was waived). It was truly charming and we are so glad we stopped in for a tasting. It's a must!

3  Thank melkel27
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Reviewed 3 July 2013

We drove up to this picturesque winery on a Sunday at opening time and learned about the llama herd, the various fruit trees (fruits are used in certain wines), the gift shop clothing made with llama fur and then, THE WINE! What's not to like? It was all outstanding and we particularly liked the award winning "Maiden's Blush" to enjoy on a hot summer day, which it was. Beautiful location in the Rogue Valley. Many wine offerings and you won't be disappointed in the wine, the ambiance or the friendliness.

2  Thank SoCalMare
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Reviewed 8 April 2013

Check out the alpacas and then step into the tasting room and get blown away by the really excellent wines this little winery puts out.

The owners are really friendly. I've taken friends here on multiple occasions and each time the owners were just fantastic.

As much as I'd like this place to be known by all.....I like that it's small and quiet. It feels like my little secret.

3  Thank UncleRMC
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Reviewed 14 March 2013

I visited Oregon last week and a friend suggested a trip to Caprice Vineyards just outside of Jacksonville, Oregon. I loved the place. The small wine-tasting and gift shop was absolutely adorable. It rivaled any boutique I've ever been in. Many of the items were knitted or crocheted from the wool from their attached alpaca farm. The wine was excellent and the owners and staff were friendly and helpful.

I was allowed to walk down to the alpaca pens and meet Alex (the Alpaca). He and his friends (about 15 or 20 alpacas in that pen - it was hard to count because they were walking around) were adorable. This visit became one of the highlights of my vacation.

MLA (Denver, CO)

6  Thank Margo A
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rollinghillsalpacas, Owner at Caprice Vineyards, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2013

Dear Margo A.
Thanks for your wonderful review of Caprice Vineyards. We are happy that you so enjoyed the wines, and the Alpacas
It was a joy meeting you and visiting with you. We hope to soon see you again.

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