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Copain Wine Cellars, Healdsburg
(3.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a mixed review. Esposa and I came with 2 other couples. This was our first of three wineries as part of an Eastside Meets Westside experience, which included lunch and three library tastings a...  more »
  • Very nice location overlooking the rolling hills. Tastings are held in various locations - chairs overlooking the hills, tables outside under sun umbrellas, tables outside on the patio. Everyone was v...  more »
  • Nice touch having someone invite you to a Copain tasting. Views from the deck area are outstanding and their wines are excellent. Tasty bits accompanied each selected wine. Go if you can. 
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  • This is a mixed review. Esposa and I came with 2 other couples. This was our first of three wineries as part of an Eastside Meets Westside experience, which included lunch and three library tastings at $200/person. STAFF: 5 stars. Talk about nice, positive, and energetic. Yup, these are the guys. They look like GQ magazine cover models, but are so approachable and down to earth. They made us at home. Our host took us to a private tasting room. He was unpretentious and guided us through several wines, then served us lunch. Although he mentioned it, there was zero, no pressure to purchase wine or join their club. High five! FACILITY: 5 stars. Wow. Talk about a great view and a beautiful building. This is it. Weather allowed for outdoor seating, which appeared quite busy. Our tasting room felt warm and cozy like we were staying in a casita with family. FOOD: 5 stars. Made off-site, the food was excellent. Unfortunately, we had just eaten breakfast at our B&B, so were unable to finish it. No problem. Our host graciously packed a nice to-go bag. WINE: 2 stars. This is the real reason we came. Of the 10 wineries esposa visited, this was the only one where nobody found the wines worthy of purchasing. We all enjoyed the welcoming Pinot Grigio the most. The single-vineyard wines were (in our opinion) overly simplistic and lacking in depth. The wines were enjoyable but not noteworthy. We felt very badly that we did not purchase. Alas, back to the staff, there was no pressure. CONCLUSION: We had a blast and really enjoyed the hospitality.
  • Copain is among those wineries that have defined new trends in California wine making. Expect a light, subtle beautiful Pinot Noir and some other unconventional wines for California, like Pinot Gris. The view from the winery is stunning. One of my favorite places to visit in the wine country north of San Francisco.
  • This winery has set the bar for Pinot Noir and Rosé.
  • Some of the best wine around. I got hooked when I first had it on tap at the Windsor, now I get it delivered.
  • First time we went here we had a decent experience. The location is stunning and the wine is okay. The second time about a week ago, we received terrible service. We were made to sit outside in 95 degree weather to taste wine, the taste of which was completely ruined by the heat, and when we asked to move inside to the air conditioning, were told that we should have worn shorts on such a hot day. Considering it is an appointment only venue requiring prepayment, the service should be of a much higher standard. I would highly recommend avoiding Copain and trying one of the dozens of other wineries in the region which have better wine and definitely better service.