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Staff is very attentive and informative. Good selection of items to try. I enjoyed trying these as it's a will known Champagne for every day mimosas or other options. I'm not a wine/Champagne conisour so this was great to learn the options.
As another reviewer wrote, this is a great stop to plan in conjunction with a hike in the Armstrong Woods redwood forest nearby. It's amazing how much we often don't know what we don't know, and the making and bottling of champagne is one of...More
We did the free tour. There's a short video of the history of the winery followed by a tour of some wine cellars, the first of which is essentially a museum of 19th century winemaking and industrial artifacts, including many innovations that were made at...More
Sonoma and Napa are full of wineries and a lot of them look alike, so Korbel is an interesting exception. They focus on California Champagne (yes, they can legally use that name if you have that question!) - that is different. The history of this...More
A nice tour of the facility is available, with free champagne tasting afterwards. I was told its the only place outside of France that can legally call its product champagne. A nice little visit doesn't take long.
This is a lovely stop in wine country! Ask for Desmond for your tour guide. He's very knowledgeable and funny too! Nice to visit a winery that offers free tastings and caters the tastings to your individual palate. (Wineries in southern CA charge for tastings!)...More
We are Champagne and Brandy Club members, so we visit the Champagne Cellars several times per year. This year we added their "Taste of Spring tour and tasting event to our visit. What fun! We started with some light snacks and a several "champagne" tastes...More
but we were once again on the hunt for sparkling reds .... especially one at a reasonable price ......
at 10 am (hey, it's never too early for bubbles !!), the tasting room was not too crowded, esp since the first tour, I believe, is...More
After a nice hike at Armstrong woods we went to the noon tour and tasting at Korbel. The tour was more historical and filled more with feel good marketing than information about the actual champagne. It reminded me of the Miller brewery tour in Milwaukee...More
Depends on your kids. It's a walk around and listen tour some sitting and video some standing and listening. You know your kids best. Will they be patient and quiet or fussy and fidgety. Thinking back to when my kids were... More
Depends on your kids. It's a walk around and listen tour some sitting and video some standing and listening. You know your kids best. Will they be patient and quiet or fussy and fidgety. Thinking back to when my kids were that age I think if we fed them first then did the tour it might have worked. It wouldn't if they were hungry and tired.