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Beautiful grounds. Must purchase a ticket to sample or tour. The tickets are all timed so make sure you order your tickets prior to arriving or expect a several hour wait on the weekends. We expected to show up and do a tasting, but there...More
Fall is a beautiful time to do the Bourbon Trail and Woodford Reserve is always my favorite. Lovely location and my tour guide was very knowledgeable.
The "tasting experience" was also very informative and the bourbon, of course, was e cellent!
This was the best of three distillery tours that we have done in Kentucky. The modern reception building is quite attractive with some nice artwork and handsome furniture. The service people were excellent and the setup of the tour was well organized. The actual tour...More
The Woodburn Reserve Distillery is a phenomenal visit for anyone in KY. The tour and tasting was informative, fun, and involved with history, modern experiences, and hospitality. We learned so much, and understand a great deal more about whiskey and KY. What a terrific visit.
Woodford reserve is a favorite of mine so I was a little disappointed. The tour had a very commercial deal to it and the “visitor center” lacked the charm of some of the other old distilleries. The food at the cafe was average at best...More
A special meal and bourbon was provided at an evening event at Woodford Reserve Distillery. Samples art the table were great, but the one I liked the best was the double oaked bourbon. You have got to try it! Great service and food.
Our tour began at 2:45pm. Sydney was our guide; she was phenomenal. The tour was casual and a good leisurely pace (there are 3 stairs; 1 up and 2 half-downs). They explained the Woodford Reserve history with no embellishments, the distillery process and definitions, and...More