Sort it Out Cellars

2.57/4

593 Avenue of the Flags, #105 , Buellton, CA 93427

About This Winery

This is a small producer of great tasting, fun wines that are reflective of the passion for wine, friends and good times. This "virtual winery" has a style all its own and worth a visit. Everything they make is a reflection
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This is a small producer of great tasting, fun wines that are reflective of the passion for wine, friends and good times. This "virtual winery" has a style all its own and worth a visit.

Everything they make is a reflection of their interests, hobbies, and passions. Their goal is to make wine for a new generation of wine drinkers. With unique packaging, fun names, and stripped down culture, and wines for everyone. (Besides wine you can pick up playing cards and bowling shirts here.) Available is Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sangiovese, Pinot Grigio, blends and surprises.

The wine is made in co-operative wine making facilities.  They use several of these small co-ops including their main production facility located in, Templeton, California. The brand does not own any vineyards but purchase fruit from growers throughout the state.

 

 

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Winery Information

Hours: Open daily 10 to 5:30 pm
Tasting Fees: $10 with souvenir wine glass
Established: 2008

Amenities

  • Gift Shop

Ambiances

  • Casual & Relaxed
  • Hip & Stylish

Wine Types

  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Italian

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Very good wine and atmosphere. The staff was helpful and friendly even though it was near closing time, loved the 'ante up 2005 syrah',

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Last month when I went to Santa Barbara County specifically to do some wine tasting. Fun spot right in Buellton. My favorite wine was the Pinot Grigio, and I would recommend to others as well. The service I received here was excellent and I would definitely go back there again.

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We used to love this place but now it seems to be going downhill. We are no longer a fan of any of their whites but most of their reds were still pretty good. The prices seem to be going up each time we visit and the small tasting room has been getting overcrowded where the ladies behind the counter can't keep up. I was mostly unimpressed with the man who seemed to be the owner. He seemed very uninterested to speak with the patrons and when he did is was quite condescending and rude. We will not be back, there are plenty of other good wineries that appreciate our business.

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I was a member of their quarterly wine club. I called to follow up on 04/09/13 for an order I had been charged for on 01/23/13 and had not received. The girl was very nice, and helpful. She told me they had my shipment because my account was pick up status and she'd send it out. I think I went through this process for every shipment. I received my order and a day or so after, I was billed again. I figured this was a billing error, possibly for the next shipment. I called to inquire 04/15/13, the guy on the phone told me they wouldn't bill for the next shipment until May, to me this confirmed a billing error on their end, for some reason it didn't register to him. I also informed him of the shipment that had been held at their facility for quite some time that recently shipped so he could understand why there may be an error. I only got a few more words in before he began non-stop rambling and ranting saying they wouldn't have held my order (which they had and was fine), and that I was accusing him of screwing up my account (which they did, regarding shipping status and billing, but was fine as long as it was resolved). I asked him to slow down since he would not stop rambling and was getting way too worked up over nothing. He appeared to be a disgruntled worker, when I was finally able to squeeze in a few words I asked who I was speaking with. He said his name is Mike, and that he is the owner. I tried to give him the bottom line details so I could finish this ridiculous phone conversation and he could resolve the details after he cooled off, but he ended his rambling by hanging up on me. I called back three times, no answer, the third time I left a voicemail with the details, also giving the go to cancel my membership, something he suggested during our conversation. A few hours later I received an e-mail confirming a reverse of the charge. I asked "Have you confirmed the charge below was your error", he responded "Nope. It wasn't our error at all but that's besides the point now"...ok. I asked "then why the refund, and what was the charge for" This once again led to a downward spiral of the same childish rambling, this time typed in an e-mail. So here's the final quote by owner Michael Cobb "The Big Winner", "You now have your refund and you can go grocery shopping or whatever else you desperately needed the money for." This dude is not cool.

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