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Simi is one of the oldest wineries in California. It ran continually during prohibition. Has a Riedel tasting. I always knew the right glass would enhance the wine. Amazing how the glass shape can change the flavor. I never knew changing the glass could completely...More
We arrived at Simi around 10:00 am and had a great experience with Michael Dewitt, who poured and explained the wines to us. We primarily focused on the Cabs, but Michael encouraged us to try other wines. He told us the Petite Sirah would “be...More
My father and I visited this winery on a rainy day. Surprisingly it was not busy and got a really good experience from Steve who was the pourer. Learned about the "20/20" rule. Dry wines tasted really well but the sweet wines try to avoid...More
Hadn't been here for years but had family in town and decided to take them tasting to Simi. What a GREAT idea.
The tasting room guy was spectacular. Very low key, super nice and knowledgable. Answered all our questions and guided us expertly through the...More
Just finished tour of the winery. Very interesting and beautiful old architecture. The guide was very knowledgeable and made for a good tour. It was enjoyable (and educational) seeing all the process that goes into making wine. Well worth the time and the tour fee...More
This is a pretty Winery, with some good wines. But wines definitely a little overpriced. And this was the one of the trip that felt the pushiest about joining their wine club. But it's pretty and close to downtown.
The Sonoma area is open and...More
Pros - A classic and historic winery and still a very impressive property.
Cons - There are no surrounding vineyards anymore, so you are really just touring the classic production facility.
The story of Simi winery goes back many decades to the 19th century. As...More