The tasting room is really just in the chilly barrel room so you get a nice ambiance (but bring a sweater, it’s cold in there)! If you like big red wines, you should try to stop in for a tasting.
I can’t say I was blown away by the experience at Seavey. Everything from booking the appointment to the actual tasting wasn’t one of the better times I’ve spent in Napa.
When charging a tasting fee of $65.00 per person, you’d better have a darn good tasting and tour experience. Thankfully Nickel & Nickel does. Is it worth that steep price? No, it’s not. But at least after my tour I didn’t feel totally ripped off.
I’ve joined and dropped clubs over the years, but there are several things that are VERY important to me when deciding which clubs to join and which clubs to eventually drop, and I thought I’d share those here.
The Most Expensive Wines from California
Photo Gallery: 2017 Napa Valley Grape Harvest