Schweiger Vineyards Estate Tasting
Please enter the month and day you would like schedule your Tasting/Tour, as well as the number and names of each guest (including yourself) and any comments you may have. We will do our best to meet your request and will email you a confirmation. Please note: no physical tickets will be sent. Our Winemaker Experience Tasting offers one of the most unique tastingexperiences you can find. Your time with us begins with our Estate Tourand Tasting. After the tasting, your party will be joined by one of theSchweiger family members for a picnic lunch paired with SchweigerWines. After lunch, winemaker Andrew Schweiger will bring you back intothe winery for a blending session where you can taste individualvarietals and play around with how blending effects the flavor andaroma of the wine. Finally, every member in your party leaves with abottle of our Cabernet Sauvignon signed by Andrew. The entire WinemakerExperience will take about three to four hours, commencing at 11am theday of your visit. Scheduling is subject to Andrew's availability, sowe recommend requesting the Winemaker Experience as early as possible.The cost is $200 per person, four person minimum eight person maximumfor this once in a life time experience!
Today Schweiger Vineyards includes 25 acres of Cabernet, four acres of Chardonnay, two acres of Merlot and micro blocks of Cabernet Franc, Malbec & Petite Sirah, Schweiger also produces a Sauvignon Blanc with fruit sourced from Sonoma County. Annual harvest yields vary from 1.5 to 3.5 tons per acre.
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