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Scharffenberger Cellars

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Scharffenberger Cellars

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8501 Hwy 128, Philo, CA 95466
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PeggyChism wrote a review Sep 2019
Long Beach, California719 contributions964 helpful votes
My friend nd I wanted to go to Scharffenberger because my Niece had brought me a bottle last time she visited me from Northern Calif. We loved the place and the Lady serving us. I like that they will re-imburse your $10 tasting fee for purchase which I gladly did. The $10 fee is small by comparison to what other Wineries are charging. I love the Brut Rose and highly recommend you try this Champs House.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Marie Wenzel wrote a review May 2019
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After a visit to Roederer, (mother winery up the hill) which is lovely, but a bit pretentious, we thoroughly enjoyed our tasting at Scharffenberger. Christy waived our tasting fee as we had purchased a bottle of Roederer L'Ermitage Brut. We purchased a picnic lunch at Lemon's Deli, just down the street and had a great picnic on the cute front porch. A bottle of blanc de blanc brut was a perfect match! Approachable, affordable, amiable.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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BoulderNut wrote a review Oct 2017
Sonoma, California859 contributions188 helpful votes
Tasting is waived if you do some purchasing. We tasted several and found purchasing some available only here as the way to go. Enjoy.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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yyyy11yyyy wrote a review Oct 2017
California62 contributions56 helpful votes
We learned about this place while we were tasting at Roederer because they are owned by the same entity. They also make sparkling wines, but have a slightly different style than Roederer -- lower acid and less yeasty. The sparkling wines are probably a slightly better value than Roederer. Even the large-format bottles are very reasonable and tasting fees are waived with any purchase. The tastings are done at an indoor bar but they have a porch to enjoy the wines outside.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Judy K wrote a review Jul 2017
The Sea Ranch, California66 contributions25 helpful votes
First visit for us and it won't be our last-- the 4 of us had such a great time tasting many great sparkling wines, at an extremely reasonable price of $6. The woman pouring (apologies for not getting her name) was so fun, generous and knowledgeable, which made the experience so much more enjoyable. Be sure to check out--and buy--the logo t-shirt too! The tasting concluded with red wine and chocolate-- what a treat.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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