Dalice Elizabeth Winery, Preston

3.7
#5 of 12 in Wineries in Mystic Country
John Mary-Lee Dalice and Blaze’s love for food and entertaining is from generations of family traditions. Their ability to create authentic Italian feasts out of what seemed to be nothing manifested itself into a thriving business with international distribution for ten years. Their line of all natural specialty foods was called Sumptuous Selection. The product line which included infused oils and vinegar, sauces, preserves and dry herbal blends were sold internationally to gourmet shops and department stores. Simultaneously, John started to perfect a generational hobby of wine making, crafting what he had been taught from his father-in-law, Raphael Blaze Faillace. John has won numerous awards for his wines including international titles. Dalice Elizabeth, President and co-founder of Sumptuous Selections died in 2000. In her memory the family renamed the business Dalice Elizabeth.
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  • The wine tasting room is very small and we had to wait a while for the tasting. The person giving the tasting was very knowledgeable. The estate Chardonnay was our favorite.  more »
  • Cute, quaint, inviting little winery. The tasting room was small and dark, and smelled a bit musty and stale. We did not try the wines here: a tasting was $10 for 5 wines. The tasting building was...  more »
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  • Visited this winery in the past and enjoyed the wine and venue. However we stopped by in the fall and found that it was closed due to flooding. Nothing posted on the website to let people know. Stopped by yesterday and today June 1 and 2nd. Closed again, nothing on the wineries web site again!! Very frustrating.
  • Stopped by today to purchase a couple bottles of their Merlot as gifts; it is my favorite.. Chocolate Chilli infused. Their website says they were open till five.. So we pull in the parking lot, go into the building, there’s no one there, no one picks up the phone.. we see a couple more cars pull in and do the same thing. If they’re going to close they should update their website or put a sign out something???
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