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Robert Sinskey or Tulocay?


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Robert Sinskey or Tulocay?

VealParmGuy | Nov 18, 2012 01:34 PM

I realize they are probably very different choices, but looking for additional feedback to round out my itinerary

Headed up to Napa/Sonoma from SF next weekend for a Saturday outing, staying over Saturday night in downtown Napa and headed back to LA on Sunday after brunch.

Current plan is to start out Saturday at Scribe in Sonoma, and then head to Elyse. Have never been to Scribe, which looks interesting, and Elyse is an old personal favorite.

Tend to like smaller, more personal tasting rooms. Other places I've been in the past include Failla, Nyers and Domaine Chandon (I realize this is not small or personal).

Big fan of Ridge and Orin Swift wines, but can buy those at home and they seem like a trek. Worth it nonetheless? Also a fan of Clos du Val, but not sure the vineyard is worth a visit.

Both Sinskey and Tulocay seem to get good feedback on here, and seem close by. I've seen the recs for Littorai, Outpost, Lamborn etc, but the tasting fees seem on the high side.

Is there somewhere else in we're missing, or is one of those two a good idea?

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