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We really enjoyed the tour of Korbel that gave a great history about this company. Plus it's free! The grounds are beautiful and it's one of the few places that offer free tasting. The prices for wine and champagne were very reasonable. There is plenty...More
First time at this place. Went with a group and the place is nice. Food is good at they have beer. Tried some champagne and for a bottle that the wife and I really liked. Went on the tour it was so cool to see...More
Korbel Cellars came up on our internet search as a place to have lunch in the area. Upon arrival we joined a group for a FREE tour and boy did we enjoy it! There is so much history in the country’s biggest champagne manufacturer! We...More
Took the winery tour with Romy, she did an amazing job! Lots of history dating back to the mid 1800’s with the Korbel family. Gorgeous grounds, nice tasting room, gift shop & deli. We TRULY appreciate the military discount on wines, gifts & food....thank you...More
Korbel is well worth the trip for one of the original champagne cellars. The story of how the winery was founded as well as being allowed to use the term "champagne" is worth the trip. The tour and tasting is free and they have an...More
Went to Korbel with my friend this past Saturday afternoon. We enjoyed the free tour and tasting, and Sally was a great guide! The tour could have been a little more interactive (about half of the tour involves watching videos), but can't complain much for...More
This is the only winery in the US that is allowed to call its sparkling wine "champagne". They have been producing it here since 1882 and four of us got to enjoy a visit yesterday. We had lunch in the very nice deli, took the...More
Depends on your kids. It's a walk around and listen tour some sitting and video some standing and listening. You know your kids best. Will they be patient and quiet or fussy and fidgety. Thinking back to when my kids were... More
Depends on your kids. It's a walk around and listen tour some sitting and video some standing and listening. You know your kids best. Will they be patient and quiet or fussy and fidgety. Thinking back to when my kids were that age I think if we fed them first then did the tour it might have worked. It wouldn't if they were hungry and tired.