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Kari Jensen
March 1, 2018 | Kari Jensen

A Weekend in El Dorado Wine Country

Turn your next visit to wine country into the weekend getaway you’ve been longing for. From wine tasting in the rolling hills of the Fair Play AVA to dining at local favorites and trying your luck at gold mining — here’s an insider’s guide to a weekend in El Dorado Wine Country.

Taste & Sip

E16 Winery- Located in the heart of Somerset, we invite you to swirl, sip, and savor delicious wines in an atmosphere of casual elegance. Expand your palate with Pinot Noir from the vineyards of St. Lucia Highlands and Chardonnay from Russian River Valley, to the locally produced Rhône varietals featuring Grenache Blanc and Barbera from our very own Baby Rattlesnake Vineyard. During your visit, discover our winemaking philosophy rich in family history and find out what gives each bottle a distinct sense of place and purpose.

Amador Brewing Company- Ready for hoppy hour? Hop on over to Amador Brewing Company for a crafty cold one. Specializing in ‘common and not-so-common’ craft beer styles, (have you ever tried an Altbier?)  a tasting flight is highly recommended! Hungry? Check out their food truck calendar for local BBQ, pizza, gyros, and more.  


Heyday Cafe, Placerville- Get ready for an evening out on the town at one of the local favorites, Heyday Cafe. On the forefront of culinary excellence, guests are warmly invited to enjoy a wide range of cuisine inspired by locally sourced seasonal ingredients. Also on the menu is a regularly changing wine list showcasing a broad selection from virtually every wine producing region, including some of El Dorado County’s finest.   

Andrae’s Bakery, Amador City- Wake up and smell the pastries! Andrae’s is a family owned and operated bakery. Nestled in the gold country of the Sierra Nevada Foothills, they specialize in handcrafted bread and desserts, baked fresh daily. It’s the perfect way to start your El Dorado Wine Country day.


El Dorado National Forest- We hope you brought your hiking boots — the El Dorado National Forest has 349 miles of trails ready to be explored. Visit the site for day passes and more information regarding all other recreational activities. Remember, always #optoutside!

Gold Bug Park- Travel back in time when you enter the Gold Bug Park. A REAL gold mine from the gold rush days, pan for gems or take a tour through the historical Hattie Mine dating back to 1888. A great excursion for all ages!

Sherwood Demonstration Garden- Do you have a green thumb? At Sherwood Demonstration Garden, Master Gardeners are committed to educating the public on sustainable horticulture practices and all things green. Tour the various garden terrains, get hands-on experience, and you’ll be a gardening pro in no time.


Rest Hotel, Plymouth- Catch some well-deserved Zzz’s at Rest—a boutique hotel centrally located and filled with all the best amenities. Turn your continental breakfast into brunch with sparkling Cava mimosas, reserve a wine tour service, or simply relax with a 90-minute massage. A perfect lodging option in wine country — you won’t want to leave.

Did we miss anything? Share your favorite El Dorado County travel tips below!


Time Posted: Mar 1, 2018 at 9:24 AM
Kari Jensen
February 13, 2018 | Kari Jensen

Together at Last: Wine & Chocolate Pairings

Love is in the air! Whether you’re celebrating Galentine’s or Valentine’s Day — spend it with the other loves of your life, wine and chocolate. Arguably the most iconic cliché, wine and chocolate pairings can be surprisingly challenging — and some even argue that it simply can’t be done. Here to prove that pairing the right wine with the right chocolate can be a match-made-in-heaven, let’s reveal the truth behind this intuitive love connection.

Before we get started, remember these three tips to successfully pair like a pro:

1. Keep things simple. Wine and chocolate both have complex tasting notes that end up in a power play for your satisfaction. To help the two work together, start with a wine that is slightly sweeter than your chocolate.

2. Match the weight and style of the wine with the chocolate. Pair light-bodied wines with delicate chocolate and full-bodied wines with darker chocolate.

3. Taste from light to dark. Similar to a formal wine tasting, tasting in this order will prevent your palate from becoming overwhelmed.

Ready to satisfy your sweet tooth? Discover our top four wine & chocolate pairings:

Can you say “Aloha?” Bursting with vibrant tropical notes of pineapple and stone fruit, it’s only natural to pair this bright, light-bodied wine with dreamy, creamy, white chocolate coconut truffles (say that five times fast). The island-inspired flavors are your ticket to paradise.

Dark chocolate craves a full-bodied red. The bitterness of the chocolate pairs well with jammy, fruit-forward, bold wines with a sturdy tannic structure. Pinot Noir, the queen of food-friendly wines, is an exceptional choice capable of enhancing creamy milk chocolate and standing up to the higher percentage of cocoa in dark chocolate.  


Sipped in awe of perfection, this fragrant Chardonnay pairs beautifully with citrus infused chocolate. Showcasing flavors of golden apple, honey, and lemon, pairing this wine with a decadent orange chocolate will allow the fruit flavors to flourish.

For the love of chocolate! Complex, smooth, and silky, this medium-bodied beauty pairs perfectly with a melt-in-your-mouth chocolate. The soft tannins, dark berry, and earthy notes marry seamlessly with toasted hazelnuts for a rich mouthfeel leaving you craving more.  

When it comes down to it, the best way to discover winning combinations is to experiment. Gather a group of friends and get ‘hands-on’ knowledge about what your personal palate preferences are — the options are limitless!






Time Posted: Feb 13, 2018 at 9:16 AM
Kari Jensen
January 16, 2018 | Kari Jensen

Wine Tasting in Winter WINEland

Raise a glass to winter and taste your way through El Dorado wine country.

Brrr, it’s cold outside! But that doesn’t mean you have to give up enjoying a glass of wine. In fact, for many wine lovers, winter is the perfect time to go tasting. Skip the crowds, enjoy the scenic snow-dusted vineyards, and take advantage of a more personal wine tasting experience. Bundle up and get ready to beat the seasonal blues at some of El Dorado’s top wineries.

1. E16 Winery

Located in the heart of Somerset, E16 Winery offers visitors the relaxed charm of El Dorado County with a luxurious twist. Experience first-class treatment as you taste your way through a portfolio of critically acclaimed wines from Sonoma County, Mendocino County, Monterey County, and Baby Rattlesnake Vineyard located in the Fair Play AVA. Encompassing a purpose in a bottle, E16 wines are distinct and identifiable by a sense of place, terroir, and passion.

In search of more pampering? Escape the cold and experience the casual elegance of a private salon-style tasting held in a subterranean cave. The complex flavors of the wine and barrel room aromas alone will win you over.  

Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

$10/person at the Front Tasting Room; $15/person for Private Cave Tastings (by appt. only)

2. MV Winery

A small winery located in the Fair Play AVA, MV Winery is known for its high quality, small-production wines. Complex with rich flavors, this winery features a lineup of big, bold reds. From vine to bottle, the Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Malbec are true award-winners that demonstrate the Miller’s great passion for winemaking.

Open Friday- Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

3. Oakstone Winery

Nestled in the rolling hills of the Fair Play AVA, Oakstone Winery is all about great friends, excellent wine, and a good time. Estate wines featuring Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, and Petite Sirah are all shining examples of the surrounding viticultural area. Emphasizing warm days, cool nights, and high elevation, Oakstone wines have a unique intensity balanced with elegance—wonderful for sipping by a cozy fireplace.

Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

4. Cedarville Vineyard

Named after a nearby ghost town in honor of the original settlement and in the spirit of the founding pioneers, Cedarville Vineyards is an iconic gem in the Sierra Foothills. Passionate about the environment, Cedarville owners and hands-on winemakers Jonathan and Susan pride themselves on sustainability. Organically farmed and bottled without filtration, the estate wines reflect the purity of the land, rich in minerality and full of flavor.

Tastings by appointment only.

5. Shadow Ranch

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Go off the beaten path and experience a rustic, chic tasting atop the picturesque Sierra Foothills. A family-owned boutique winery, Shadow Ranch welcomes guests to taste their small-production organically farmed wines and relax under the majestic oak trees on their tasting room terrace. While visiting, don’t forget to ask the friendly wine-tender what inspired the family wine label—you’re in for a treat!

Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Winter wine tasting is a great way to taste, learn, and stock up your cellar. Do you have a favorite winter wine tasting destination? Share below.



Time Posted: Jan 16, 2018 at 3:15 PM
Kari Jensen
December 19, 2017 | Kari Jensen

This New Year, Go Beyond the Bubbles

Here are our top 3 wines to help you ring in the New Year that aren’t sparkling.

New Year’s doesn’t have to be all about the bubbles. Popping a bottle of Champagne during times of celebration, such as birthdays, weddings, and, of course, New Year’s Eve has simply become a tradition. A tradition marking a special occasion; Champagne with its rich history, elegant taste, and hefty price tag became the staple. When choosing the beverage that’s going to be in your glass at midnight, it should adhere to the tradition of being something special but not necessarily sparkling. With that in mind, here are three wines sure to please a variety of palates and pair perfectly with your New Year’s Eve dinner.

Pinot Noir

Featuring a light-skinned grape, which produces a lighter opacity red wine, and medium-to-low tannins, Pinot Noir is always a good go-to bottle. Pleasing red wine drinkers, as well as some white wine drinkers venturing toward a ‘warmer’ varietal during the colder months, Pinot Noir is known for its refinement and pairing capabilities.  

With notes of black cherry, toasted oak, vanilla cream, and balanced acidity, we warmly recommend our 2014 Pinot Noir from Bennett Valley. A beautiful blend of three distinct blocks of the Pommard clone, romancing the French region; the results represent the character of the diverse terrain.

Pinot Noir food pairings: Broiled lobster, Duck Confit, Gruyère cheese, wild mushroom risotto, roasted vegetable polenta


Perhaps one of the most diverse white wine grapes in the world, from rich and buttery to light and zesty, there is a Chardonnay for you. Our 2015 Chardonnay from Russian River Valley is nothing short of perfection. Bright, silky smooth, and impeccably crafted with flavors of golden apple, honey, and spice—it will give Champagne a run for its money when it comes to toasting the New Year.

Chardonnay food pairings: Oysters, grilled Halibut, oven roasted turkey, semi-soft cheeses, fresh Black Truffles

Grenache Blanc

A full-bodied white wine with medium acidity and intense flavors, Grenache Blanc, is well-balanced from start to finish. A luxurious Rhone varietal, our 2014 Grenache Blanc from El Dorado’s Baby Rattlesnake Vineyard expresses a sense of place and distinction in a bottle. Rich with notes of stone fruit, pear, and a wisp of smoke, it’s hard not to savor every sip.

Grenache Blanc food pairings: Braised Short rib, Chicken Satay, Raclette, Brie cheese, roasted harvest vegetables

New Year’s resolution: Be adventurous!


Time Posted: Dec 19, 2017 at 12:55 PM
Kari Jensen
November 6, 2017 | Kari Jensen

Thanksgiving Wine Survival Guide

Pass the Pinot, please!

Arguably the most food-centric holiday is just around the corner. Whether it’s your first time cooking a Thanksgiving meal or you consider yourself a natural born chef, wine pairings can be a nightmare. Red, white, sparkling, dessert? The options are endless and the drink-what-you-like motto becomes increasingly tempting. So what do you do? The answer is versatility. A wine’s greatest strength at the Thanksgiving table is versatility, and it’s your key to survival.

Follow these simple guidelines and then buy or bring as much as you can carry!


Who doesn’t like to be greeted with a glass of bubbly? Serve a flute or two as guests arrive—it awakens the palate! Remember: tiny bubbles, tiny troubles, tiny headaches big bubbles, big troubles, BIG headaches. We suggest kicking off the party with your favorite brut—dry and not too sweet.

Red Wine

A traditional choice for Thanksgiving, versatile red wines are fruit-forward, light to medium-bodied, and bright. The younger, ready-to-drink reds typically feature a fruity essence, spicy or peppery notes, and high acidity that contrasts well to the hearty meal. Tannic or full-bodied reds tend to overwhelm the palate and you don’t want to risk the turkey tasting dry! Consider the following: Pinot Noir, Syrah, Grenache, Bordeaux-style blends or a Barbera.

Our pick: 2012 Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley or our 2014 Syrah, El Dorado.

White Wine

When it comes to white wine, stick with something that is aromatic, acidic, and that has mid-palate fruit notes. White wine that has been aged or features too much oak (Chardonnay comes to mind) will dehydrate your palate and won’t stand up to the sausage stuffing or loaded mashed potatoes. Consider a refreshing glass of Pinot Gris, Grenache Blanc, Viognier, or Riesling.

Our pick: 2014 Firefall Grenache Blanc, El Dorado

Dessert Wine

Stuffed but you still have room for dessert (wine)? Indulge your sweet tooth with a Muscat or Port— fruity, reminiscent of holiday flavors, and the perfect nightcap.

So, while there is no one answer as to what wine pairs with what dish, there is a case full of possible choices. Follow these guidelines and you’ll be thankful you did.

Do you have any tips and tricks for Thanksgiving? Comment and share below!


Time Posted: Nov 6, 2017 at 4:07 PM
Kari Jensen
October 17, 2017 | Kari Jensen

Happy Hallo-wine!

Divine spooky time with a fabulous glass of wine. Wine Not?

Have you been pairing your sweets with the wrong varietal? Oh, the horror! This season, discover the magic of pairing BOOs wine with treats—think of it as a Halloween survival guide for adults.


No “REDRUM” here; grab a Snickers and pair it with our full-bodied red. The creamy caramel paired with hints of stone fruit and a wisp of smoke make for a sinful combination.

2014 Syrah, El Dorado is available here.


Silky smooth, golden apple, honey, and spices—can you say apple pie in a glass? Pair this with a caramel apple to get the full effect.

2015 Chardonnay, Russian River Valley is available here.

Enhance the elegant fruity flavors of black cherry, raspberry, and blueberry with a mildly sweet, chewy Twizzler. Bite off the ends, use it like a straw, and feel like a kid again!

2014 Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley is available here.

Crisp and Krispie; complement this marshmallow’s sugar with our light-bodied, acidic, refreshing Grenache Blanc.

2014 Grenache Blanc, El Dorado is available here.

Do you have a favorite Halloween treat and wine pairing? Tell us about it.

Happy Halloween from E16!

Time Posted: Oct 17, 2017 at 9:25 AM
Kari Jensen
September 7, 2017 | Kari Jensen

5 Easy Drinking Wines for Fall


Rosé season is officially over— here’s what you should be drinking this fall.

Like everything in summer, wine drinking is easy. As the leaves start to change colors, sweater weather is contemplative, and there is pumpkin-spice everything, it’s time to transition you’re drinking. Like stepping stones between seasons, summer-to-fall wines are some of the most interesting. Allowing you to cling to the last days of summer, whites become more complex and rich while reds slowly emerge from the shadows, giving you that early autumn feel.

As if there’s a built-in cozy meter waiting for the first wave of crisp air, people rediscover their ovens, and you no longer find yourself plopping an ice cube in your Chardonnay; wines should reflect the taste and feel of the season.

Here are our top 5 red and white wines for early fall drinking:

1. E16 Winery— 2014 Pinot Noir, Santa Lucia Highlands

Perched above the deep, frigid waters of Monterey Bay, with warm clear days and cold foggy nights, grape growers and winemakers alike relish the Santa Lucia Highlands region. Balanced with a velvety texture, this 2014 Pinot Noir has notes of black cherry, raspberry, black pepper, and soothing jasmine tea— perfect for relaxing on a chilly evening.

2. Skinner Vineyards— 2015 Mourvèdre, El Dorado

Delicate and light on its feet, this 2015 Mourvèdre is the perfect introduction to fall. At 99% Mourvèdre and 1% Grenache, this medium-bodied red encompasses the aromatics of red fruit balanced with earthy notes. With mild tannins, bursts of acidity still shine through refreshing the palate— it’s your best buddy for a late-summer BBQ.

3. E16- Winery— 2014, Firefall Syrah, El Dorado

You know the smell of freshly baked apple pie or a crackling fireplace? That’s Syrah in a glass. Bursting with mouthwatering fruit flavors and a wisp of smoke, this light-bodied red is a great choice for the lighter style of Syrah. A representative of the Fair Play AVA marked with warm, dry conditions and prompted by elevations reaching 2,400 feet; this 2014 Syrah is complex yet smooth. Dust off your cast iron pots and pans, and pair this wine with a roasted leg of lamb— don’t be afraid to play with the spice rack for this one.

 4. E16 Winery— 2015 E16 Chardonnay, Russian River Valley

If you’re a “Chardonnay all day, all year” person, this is the wine for you. Enhance the fruity whites you’ve been knocking back all summer with the dreamy flavors of juicy yellow apple, spice, and buttered toast. Slightly richer, this Chardonnay will make the summer-to-fall transition a little easier. Open a bottle after carving pumpkins and curl up by the fire— there’s nothing better.

5. Saluti Cellars— 2013 Cabernet Franc, El Dorado

Lighter, brighter, and less tannic than Cabernet Sauvignon, this 2013 Cabernet Franc is quite possibly the only wine you need to take with you from summer to fall. Famous for its full body and natural acidity, the flavors of berries and dark chocolate with ripe plum and leather on the nose embodies fall in a bottle.

While there aren’t any pumpkin flavored wines that we know of (let’s keep it that way), there are countless wines that go perfectly with the season. Remember, rich, smooth, and warming is the way to go. However, in selecting wines for transitioning into fall, discovering and experimenting is half of the fun.





Time Posted: Sep 7, 2017 at 9:17 AM
Kari Jensen
July 25, 2017 | Kari Jensen

Your Guide to El Dorado Wine Country

So many wineries, so little time... It’s the classic wine lover's dilemma. Here to help — join me on a journey through El Dorado County’s wine region. Discover the top 6 must-visits and find out why they deserve a spot on your itinerary.

Nestled in the Sierra Foothills, El Dorado County is home to over 70 wineries and climbing its way up in the world of viticulture. Home to nearly 2,000 acres of vineyards, El Dorado terroir is as diverse as the wines. Sparked by the gold rush era, farmers discovered that the combination of the soil, weather, and altitude were, in fact, ideal for agriculture. Similar to the Bordeaux region, it didn’t take long before Syrah and other Rhône varietals proved to be a huge success. Today, to the advantage of the region's diverse climate, over 50 different varietals are harvested, enabling vintners to produce and sell a variety of regional wines.

With breathtaking views, friendly tasting rooms, and a wide range of award-winning wines, where do you begin? Well, to answer that, we have compiled our top 6 list aimed at making your next wine tasting itinerary a smashing success!

Let the countdown begin.

6. Iverson Vineyards & Winery


Iverson Vineyards & Winery, located in Somerset, CA, is all about high-quality wine, barrel-to-barrel, with fewer than 3,000 cases a year. A true boutique winery, Iverson Winery specializes in the region's famed varietals of Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Barbera, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Smooth and soft on the palate, these wines are ready to drink with or without food, a sign of true quality. At Iverson, wine is believed to be a part of everyday life, enhancing the simple things like a cozy dinner with family and friends.

Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

5. Gwinllan Estate Winery

A ridge-top vineyard with 360-degree views of the scenic Sierra Foothills, the 2,318-foot elevation does wonders for viticulture. Fortunate to be able to grow a wide variety of varietals, Gwinllan Estate Winery has a wine suitable for everyone's palate. Enjoy an intimate setting and taste your way through hand-crafted California Champagne, three whites, five reds, a Rosé, and a Port.

Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

4. Sentivo Vineyards

A family business built with a strong emphasis on Italian heritage and passion; Sentivo Vineyard’s handcrafted wines are best enjoyed with the ones you love. Gather around the table, a glass of elegant Syrah in-hand and take in all of the amazing Fair Play scenery. Sentivo is Italian for “I felt” — this engaging wine tasting experience is sure to give you all the feels.

Hungry? You can place an order before your visit. Choose from Italian classics such as Gourmet Flatbreads, Charcuterie boards, cheese platters, and more.

Open Friday-Sunday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

3. MV Winery

A small winery with international awards under its belt, MV Winery is known for its high-quality, low production wines. Full-bodied with complex and rich flavors that demand your attention, MV winery offers quite the lineup of big reds. From lush Syrahs, a bold Malbec to a spicy ZIn, owners John and Cindy Miller's winemaking skills demonstrate great passion and balance.

Stop by the Tasting Room Friday- Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

2. Saluti Cellars

A fantastic experience, a small footprint, and a huge heart: Saluti Cellars have it all. Pamper your senses with views of rolling vineyards, country chic B&B amenities, extraordinary wines, and a warm welcome from a menagerie of rescue animals (including Norman, the free-roaming Clydesdale.) Kick back on the porch with a glass of wine or take it on the go while exploring one of the many hiking trails. The complete package, guests are encouraged to make themselves at home, even if it’s just for the day.

Open Friday-Sunday, 11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

1. E16 Winery

They may be the new kids on the block, but that’s just one more reason to visit. Opening their brand new tasting room doors in the heart of Somerset, E16 Winery is the gem the Sierra Foothills have been waiting for. Expand your palate with renowned Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Russian River Valley, including their new label, Firefall, featuring local Fair Play AVA Rhône varietals. Soak in the El Dorado charm and experience the casual elegance of a private subterranean cave tasting. The distinct flavors of the wine and barrel room aromas alone will win you over.  

Open Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

$10/person at the Front Tasting Room; $15/person for Private Cave Tastings (by appt. only)


Is there a winery we overlooked? Let us know in the comment section below.

Happy wine travels! Comment below and let us know some of your favorite El Dorado County favorites.



Time Posted: Jul 25, 2017 at 8:24 AM
Kari Jensen
June 27, 2017 | Kari Jensen

Wines of Passion, Place & Purpose


Don’t let the fool’s gold fool you! The Sierra Foothills in Northern California is a source of vinous treasures, and E16 Wine Company is one of them.


Atop the hills of Somerset, E16 opens its doors bringing to the table a young, edgy rendition of family traditions. Robert Jones, founder, and third-generation winegrower planted his roots in the business at a young age helping his grandfather in the surrounding vineyards. Growing up it was instilled that hard work, integrity, love, and respect for the land is what makes good wine. Combining efforts with Winemaker Daniel Moore, one of California’s most respected Pinot Noir producers, E16 introduces Firefall, exquisite wines from El Dorado County’s Baby Rattlesnake Vineyards. An honor to the family legacy.

“An urban-zen ambiance.” 


Making a memorable first impression, the new tasting room centers around an “urban-zen” ambiance, bringing notes of nature inside. Striking, is the single piece cherry wood bar from 1910, Milwaukee WI, located at the end of the 60ft subterranean cavern, a real stand-alone piece. Captivating a sense of exclusiveness with nothing but the utmost inclusive demeanor; guests can lounge in one of the many tasting areas, gather around a communal table for food & wine pairings, or venture outside to the wrap around terrace.

Note: the charming Somerset views!

E16 Winery

A reflection of the land, E16’s meticulous attention to detail makes for outstanding Rhone varietal wines for the Firefall label (The Grenache Blanc is a must-try). The name “Firefall” deriving from the way in which the sun sets behind the hills of Baby Rattlesnake Vineyards. A story in itself, the vineyard was named by Jones’s son after a rare yet peaceful interaction with a baby rattlesnake. Another reason Jones continues to reinstate the company’s commitment to being one with the land, valuing honorable labor and sustainable winemaking practices. Encompassing a purpose in a bottle, Firefall wines are distinct, and are identifiable by a sense of place, terroir, and passion.

E16 Wines

Photo: Robert Jones standing alongside the family’s 140-year-old wine press.

They may be the new kids on the block, but backed with generations of winemaking traditions, and critically acclaimed wines, E16 is the gem the Sierra Foothills have been waiting for. E16 invites you and your loved ones to experience the full wine tasting package and bring back the days of roasting a pig or two on the open fire. A wine retreat accompanied by gracious hospitality, it is sure to have you making your own traditions and coming back for more.


Visit Us!

Join us for our soft opening July 28th, 2017!

Located at 8085 Perry Creek Road, Somerset, CA 95684, open Friday-Sunday 11am-5pm; we offer private tastings available by reservation. Pamper your senses with a salon-style wine tasting experience, an atmosphere of casual elegance paired with the flavors and aromas of critically acclaimed E16 wines.

Book your tasting here:






Time Posted: Jun 27, 2017 at 1:33 PM

8085 Perry Creek Road
Somerset, CA 95684
p 530.620.6200
Open Friday – Sunday 11am – 5pm


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