Saviez Vineyards: Old Style Napa Hospitality!

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Saviez Vineyards: Old Style Napa Hospitality!

Postby Gary Barlettano » Mon Jul 24, 2006 1:07 pm

My cousins were in from Scottsdale and they wanted to see Napa. Where to go to avoid the usual blah, blah? Well, I had met Mike Saviez at the last ZAP event in Fort Mason in January and he tendered an invite which I took him up on this Sunday. I have rarely been received more cordially in Napa or anywhere. And I strongly suggest that you try to drop by (appointment needed) next time you're up near Calistoga.

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Left: In the vineyard.

Right: Mike Saviez speaking to the group.

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Mike's family has been growing grapes in Napa for over 100 years. They also have holdings down near Fresno. They have a website:

Saviez Vineyards

Check it out for yourself and put it on your "to do list." They have a broad palette of zins, but also some nice cabs and a refreshing muscat canelli. There are interesting stories to be heard. You get a great view of that funky Sattui Castle. And just sitting in the vineyard in the shadow of the mountain, well .... aaaahhhh.
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