Don’t miss Moondance Cellars! David and Priscilla Cohen are two cool cats who make delightfully delicious, small lot wines under their artisan labels Moondance Cellars (reds) and Orchard Station Winery (whites).
Usually on hand to welcome all guests to their tasting room, David and Priscilla take all pretension out of fine wines. What’s left? A down-to-earth place with a happy vibe, cool hosts and award-winning wine to sip.
Building on more than two decades of passion in their pursuit of wine, the Cohens created this tasting room to share their unquenchable joy in wine – especially Cabernet. “We want everybody to love wine!” says David. “And we are not intimidating. Wine should not be intimidating!”
Moondance Cellars Tasting Room is located in Glen Ellen at the historic Jack London Village – the oldest winery building in California. In keeping with the flavor of the 1860s building, the Cohens renovated using only salvaged materials. Hand-hewn beams and discarded lumber, old window frames and warehouse doors add charm. Great jazz is always on the radio. This laid-back, dog-friendly space both welcomes visitors and draws your attention first and foremost to the wines.
Moondance Cellars showcases David’s long love affair and work history producing wine that truly reflects the fruit – specializing in making wine from only the very best grapes. Years ago as ranch manager for B.R. Cohn Winery, and under the tutelage of Helen Turley and the late John Speed of St. Francis Winery, David learned the art of winemaking and portraying the true, pure characters in each varietal.
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