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Capay Valley farm trail leads to new Séka Hills Tasting Room

Seka Hills Capay Valley Brooks Calfiornia 2015 Credit Barbara L Steinberg SizedGrand Opening Information

Take the long and winding road up Capay Valley to local farms, wineries, and restaurants. Breath it in, slowly, and enjoy.  Capay Valley is a place of pure joy! And it just got more joyful! The new Séka Hills Tasting Room is the reason. This beautiful new facility is state-of-the-art but thoughtfully and spiritually designed. From the outside, the industrial design is that of a large barn -- inside and out it is stunning. Wide open spaces full of sunlight and creatively conceived. The tasting room floors are the most fantastic reclaimed barn wood. The tasting bar is chic but respectful of the natural surroundings. Okay, I'm done waxing poetic.

To the important issues: olive oil, wine, and honey -- all locally grown, sourced, created, presented and delicious! The estate-grown Arbequina extra virgin California olive oil is sublime. Harvested locally the olives are milled at the 14,000 square foot Séka Hills olive mill facility. Add to this wine tasting Séka Hills wines and handcrafted local wildflower honey -- yes, definitely a 5-star Seka Hills Capay Valley Brooks Calfiornia 2015 Credit Barbara L Steinberg16experience.

The Tasting Room also features many Capay Valley seasonal nuts and produce as well as Made in California gift items including Fire & Light Handmade Glass. It's a perfect destination to eat, drink, shop, and be merry. A shaded and welcoming patio has picnic tables to enjoy lunch or snacks.

Long and narrow, Capay Valley it is framed by the California Blue Ridge Mountains and the Capay Hills. Owned and operated by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, the blue hills inspired the name Séka Hills -- Séka means 'blue" in the Tribe's naitve Patwin language.

19326 Country Road 78
Brooks, CA 95606
(530) 796-2810

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