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With a busy October in the City By The Bay, we’ve decided to extend our days at our San Francisco Tasting Room in the lobby of the Westin St. Francis on Union Square. In addition to visiting during our normal Wednesday-Sunday 1:00-8:00pm hours, you can also visit us for a little Montelena fix on the […]
Ok, now seems to be the time that EVERYBODY wants to come visit. And it’s not just fans or interested consumers or even tourists, but friends and family too. Inevitably, they all want to come on Saturday afternoon. Well, at the risk of repeating myself from last year’s blog…it’s worth repeating. Pick any other day! […]
But have been remiss in posting…I’d give you all the usual excuses, but you’ve heard them all….busy, busy, busy…. And I know I promised some Italy pics, but I still haven’t organized them. It’s coming, promise…. As for the Summer season at the Chateau, we’ve been experiencing good weather so far. My tomatoes plants are […]
Brett (aka brettanomyces) has been a great friend of mine for a long, long time. But some people misunderstand and steer clear of it, thinking Brett can only be a dominating, ruinous stinker that smells like wet barnyard. Some get scared, even paranoid, and want no trace of Brett in their lives. Not I, because […]
If you got a chance to taste our Zinfandel yesterday, tell us what you think.
Take the Bottle Shock Tour to learn more about Chateau Montelena Winery.
To celebrate the official recognition of Calistoga as an American Viticultural Area (AVA), we will be conducting three extraordinary public tastings. The last of these tastings will be held on Saturday, April 24th. Purchase a tasting of our current release wines for $20 and for an additional $5 enjoy a taste of rare, older vintages […]