From its sensory room to its kitchen and bakery, Brasswoodhas something for all of your senses in one location. Brasswood’s tasting room is beautiful and sleek but if you’re wanting a more intimate setting, head to their cozy Den for a private tasting. While sipping on one of Brasswood’s Coombsville Bordeaux varietals, a roaring fireplace will welcome you and stained wood walls might convince you of a secluded cabin up north, rather than a winery in Napa. If you’re more of a hands-on learner, Brasswood is the place for you. It has its own sensory room, which allows you to smell, touch, and even taste the different complexities its wines offer. If you’re hungry, head to Brasswood’s on-site Bar + Kitchen, providing a rustic – yet welcoming environment, complete with bustlingvisitors and locals alike. If there’s too much to see and no time to sit down, head to Brasswood’s Bakery, also on-site, and try one of their famous chef’s pastries. Before you leave, do not forget to visit the caves, stretching out over 17,000 square feet and try some of their amazing wines. This winery really has it all.
Must Try: 2016 Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc
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