I was pleasantly surprised that the owner made an attempt to preserve some of the history and tradition of the Novitiate winery and Jesuit winemakers that originally occupied this location since 1888. This is some of the most important history of the Santa Clara Valley. Hopefully more will be done in the future to highlight this fascinating story there. I found the wine to be good to very good. Most notable is the Pinot. But 'very good' doesn't merit 'very expensive' in my opinion so it hasn't become a regular in my rotation. The grounds are beautiful with the potential of a beautiful picnic spot and small event venue with a little more work. Being a resident of Los Gatos, I'm very glad to have this winery to take visitors to while visiting. Tasting is $10pp which seems a bit steep for this flight. All things considered, don't miss this winery if your in the area!
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