No Reservations Wine Tasting: Broc Cellars

My wife and I do more than our fair share of wine tasting.  We’ve hit all the major wine regions in California (and a few minor ones too;-), along with tasting in Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Spain and Champagne.  From time to time we have a wine tasting experience that stands above the rest, and is everything we’re looking for – great wine and commendable service in a relaxed unpretentious environment. It’s such experiences that are the focus of this No Reservations series.  Why “No Reservations”? Because I can honesty say I have “No Reservations”  about recommending the winery anyone who is looking for a great wine tasting experience.

No Reservations Wine Tasting: Broc Cellars
Chris Brockway, the proprietor of Broc Cellars, began little by little to make his own wine. In 2013, Broc made 6,000 cases that included 15 varieties. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times

 

The latest in this series features an East Bay urban winery located in Berkeley – Broc Cellars.   My complete review of Broc Cellars, including history, a recap of the tasting experience, reviews of wines tasted, and insider tips may be found on the American Winery Guide’s website

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. I’ve not tried Broc Cellars but will put it on my list. You are so lucky to be able to have such great access to wineries!

    1. Martin D. Redmond says:

      Thanks Christy! My favorites from Brock have been there White Zinfandel,and Cabernet Franc!

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