Our 'wine guide' for this afternoon began by telling us how we are now "part of the Sullivan family". I usually dismiss such claims, because no one actually means it. Sullivan might actually mean it. First, the tasting area is really like a little house, complete with a kitchen, drawing room, bathrooms (and a shower and bedrooms! What - in case you get too drunk?)
We were taken into the drawing room that opened up to a vast field with windows open that allowed a breeze. The room was filled with wonderful knick-knacks including old books, vintage chairs, artwork, etc.
The wines were spectacular. Easily in the top 2 we tried while in Napa. Our 'wine guide' -- I forget her name -- was simply awesome. She came across knowledgable and passionate about their wine, but also was someone you could just joke with.
Oh -- there's also a pristine 1953-1956 orange/red corvette convertible. You can't ride in it, but you can drool over it!
See my pictures, but keep in mind that they don't really do it justice.
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