The rarity of our wines and the interaction with the winemakers bring many visitors to Cedar View Winery. For those wishing to experience the full dynamics of a working vineyard or just enjoy the tranquility of our unique bed and breakfast we offer accommodations at Sequoia View Bed and Breakfast.
For those on day trips, a stop to our winery is a welcome end to a day of rafting the whitewater on the Kings River, or after conducting agriculture business in the fertile San Joaquin Valley. Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks are just a short drive into the Sierras from our location at the base of the foothills.
Guests who choose to stay overnight can enjoy any one of the three comfortable suites at our B & B. Two beautiful suites in the Vineyard Guest House have inspiring views of the vineyards, while the large Winemaker’s Suite above the Tasting Room has a private balcony facing the high peaks of the nearby Sierra Nevada mountains. There are also many quiet, private places to relax and savor a glass of wine, read, or just enjoy a romantic time with the one you love.
We look forward to answering questions from guests who stop by to taste our rare varietals. Visit our Contact page to get the info you need to schedule a visit in the very near future.
TASTING ROOM HOURS
The tasting room is open on weekends, Saturday and Sunday, noon to 5:00 p.m. as well as most holidays. Enjoy samples of our wines for a $5 tasting fee. The tasting room is decorated with original art work and features local products such as olive oil, vinegar, cheese, preserves and nuts, wine accessories such as openers, bags, drip rings, and napkins and Cedar View shirts and hats. Gift baskets are also available and can be custom made. Private wine tasting and tours can be arranged during the weekend as well as by appointment during the week. We have provided private tasting and tours of groups of 4 to 40. The tour starts on the patio next to the vineyard, proceeds to the winery with discussions on all aspects of wine making and concludes in the tasting room where at least five wines are poured. A number of people have signed up to help with the physical process, be it harvesting, crushing, pressing or blending. All are fun and educational.