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Andis Wines, Plymouth

#10 of 25 in Wineries in Plymouth
Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
A new winery is not a new thing. Winemaking is an old tradition, dating back at least 8000 years. The world over, marriages are celebrated, friendships are made, and days are discussed over a glass of wine.

Why Andis?

Because, in this new era of global connectivity, commerce, and awareness wine runs the risk of becoming yet another commodity. Good wine is more readily available now than at any time in our history. Wine consumers are savvier and more engaged than ever before. But, perhaps what has been lost, or at least misplaced, is a focus on getting the best from a specific place; making wines that have a unique expression of ground, climate and those who grow and craft them.

We live in a world that has changed. What once was easily known; white with fish, red with meat, French is fancy, California is rough, no longer holds true.
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  • Andis is a very professionally run operation, and they are well staffed to deal with an influx of visitors. They have an outstanding outdoor area for tasting with tables with big umbrellas to shield.....  more »
  • Received my half case of a variety of wines about a month ago. It came just in time during quarantine! My favorite was the Semillon, Bill Dillian. It was an awesome, crisp white wine that paired...  more »
  • Andis Winery is great! The staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. They have a wide selection of wines that were fantastic. Their Primitivo is my new favorite and is now my 'Go-To' wine when I'm trying to impress. The facilities were gorgeous with a modern design. You can either stay inside where it is nice and open with impressive views from large windows spanning the countryside, or you can sit outside and enjoy their outdoor wine tasting as well. Their outdoor area was also dog friendly and had games to keep the kids happy. I will definitely be coming back to enjoy another picturesque view and another excellent glass of wine from Andis Winery.
  • Nice tasting room, private tasting room, and game area (bocce ball, etc.) out back.
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