' Sequoia Grove Winery - A Can

August 2018

Wine and Food Experience
We hope you enjoy our August Newsletter, chock full of all the things we're crushing on here in Wine Country!
Seats Available: 5-Course Wine and Food Pairing Experience

Don't miss Sequoia Grove's newest experience,
available for booking now!

Wine and Food Pairing
After officially launching last month, the consensus is in on our Terroir Tasting Experience: this is a can't miss experience.

From Trip Advisor:
"Chef Britney Sundin Maureze has outdone herself in pairing fabulous food with their stunning wines."
"I went for the Chef's tasting experience and am completely blown away!"

From Open Table:
"Best meal I’ve had in quite some time and perfectly paired with amazing wine."
"The new food pairing option is so unique and worth every penny as each bite is to die for!"

We can't wait to share this new experience with you! Seats are filling up quickly so we recommend making your reservation one to two weeks in advance.
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Wine and Food Pairing
Fish and Wine Pairing
How to Book:
This experience is offered twice daily, Thursday through Monday. Join us at 11:00 am or 2:00 pm by advance reservation. The easiest way to book is through Open Table,  available here.
Each 90-minute seating is hosted by one of our knowledgeable and friendly wine specialists. With their expertise and Chef Britny's delicious creations, you will leave our experience satiated and with a greater understanding of pairing wine & food.
Price: $95 Retail | $75 Wine Club Members
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Spotlight: Kelly Allyn
We are excited to welcome Kelly Allyn to the team as Assistant Winemaker! She'll be joining up with Molly Hill to make sure Sequoia Grove's 2018 vintage goes off without a hitch and has already hit the ground running. Get to know her better:
Napa Valley Winemaker
1. Favorite time in the Vineyard? Pruning! It sets the stage for the upcoming vintage.
2. Who are your winemaking heroes? Too many to list. I have tremendous respect for anyone willing to take risks.
3.  If you could only eat one thing forever, it would be... Chips and Salsa.
5. What made you fall in love with winemaking? The first time I worked in a vineyard from sunrise to sunset I knew I wanted to make wine for the rest of my life.
4. Sunrise or sunset? Sunrise, assuming there's coffee in my hand.
6. What's your favorite song right now?
I currently love Mt. Joy's debut album.
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