Tasting Room experiences

Things to Do

With breathtaking views, WillaKenzie Estate is the perfect place to discover extraordinary wines inspired by our terroir, learn to play Pétanque or tour the world-class blocks of our expansive LIVE-certified vineyard. Click below to plan your trip to the estate.

  • Perspective of Place

    WillaKenzie Estate Perspective of Place Tasting

    Discover the many diverse facets of our estate vineyard with a block by block tasting of our signature Pinot Noirs, each a dynamic expression of its own.  As you arrive in the Estate Lounge, you will be swept away by the remarkable view of our southeast facing Kiana block.  Your hosted tasting will begin with the elegant composition of our entire home  – The Estate Pinot Noir, after which you will explore the unique personality of each limited production block-designate Pinot.  As you taste, the neighborhoods of the Estate will come to life through a drone video tour from above, illustrating the majestic, rustic beauty of WillaKenzie.  A small cheese and charcuterie accompaniment included.

    Reservations required.
    $60 per person

    Reserve

     

  • Explore the Estate

    Join us on our new Explore the Estate interactive, guided ATV-tour. A dedicated WillaKenzie host will accompany you as you unearth the biodiversity, range of elevations, slopes, soils, and clones found across our estate. As you tour the world-class blocks of our expansive LIVE-certified vineyard, you'll have the opportunity to explore our diverse array of single-block, limited-production Pinot Noirs, stunning Chardonnay, and other unique varieties found among our estate plantings. 

    Minimum purchase of $425 per couple. Allow 2 hours to enjoy this tour and tasting. Please book on Tock or email hospitality@willakenzie.com for additional availability.

     

  • Learn To Play Pétanque

    Couple playing petanque at WillaKenzie Estate

    (French pronunciation: [petɑ̃k]; Occitan: petanca [peˈtaŋkɔ]) is a form of boules where the goal is to throw hollow metal balls as close as possible to a small wooden ball called a cochonnet (literally "piglet") or jack, while standing inside a circle with both feet on the ground. We have two new pétanque courts near our tasting room and your party can check out the boules and rules to start your own game any time. Join us on the weekends this summer for a friendly game of pétanque.

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