Monterey County

Carmel hotels
 Art Galleries
Carmel Mission 
Father Serra's Burial
Carmel Valley Ranch Resort
Chateau Julien Winery
Cypress Inn in the Village
Pumpkin patch
Quail Lodge Resort & Golf Club
Things to see
Resort -Golf
Restaurant 211


Carmel hotels
Best Western Carmel Bay View Inn Junipero Rd
Best Western Carmel Mission Inn
3665 Rio
Best Western Carmel's Town House Lodge
San Carlos & 5th
Candle Light Inn
San Carlos @ 4th & 5th
Carmel Valley Ranch
One Old Ranch Rd
Carmel Village Inn
Ocean and Junipero
Carriage House Inn
Junipero @7th & 8th
Chateau De Carmel
5th & Junipero
Coachmans Inn
San Carlos @ 7th
Cobblestone Inn
Junipero @ 7th & 8th
Comfort Inn Carmel By The Sea
Ocean & Torres
Crystal Terrace Inn
Carpenter & Valley
Dolphin Inn
4th & San Carlos
Highlands Inn A Park Hyatt Hotel
Hofsas House Hotel
La Playa Hotel
8th @ Camino Real
Svendsgaard's Inn
4th & San Carlos
Wayside Inn
7th & Mission


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8940 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel, California  (408) 624-2600

Wines produced: Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Merlot, Sangiovese 
Affiliated labels:  Emerald Bay; Garland Ranch


 Located along California's Central Coast, historic Monterey County is internationally  recognized as one of the United States' largest producers of fine wines. The Monterey County boasts more than 39,000 acres of bearing vines, with vineyards varying in size from sixty to several thousand acres. 

Chateau Julien is located on a 16 acre wine estate at the foot of the majestic Carmel Valley mountains. Approximately 1,130 acres of Monterey County vineyards, the equivalent of 4200 tons of grapes, are crushed by Chateau Julien Wine Estate. Started by Bob and Patty Brower in 1982, initial production began in a Monterey warehouse. A French country Chateau was built for 300,000 case capacity with 600% of wines produced white, 40% red.  Chateau Julien has added 166 acres of grapes in south Monterey County and planted 6 acres at the Wine Estate. Production of 'Estate Bottled' wines.


Wines produced from Monterey County harvests have unique qualities distinguishing them from other California, or International wines. All reflect a distinctive varietal flavor, characteristic of the county's varied soils and climatic conditions. White and red exhibit fruitiness, well-developed color, and good sugar/acid balance, along with the true taste of each grape variety. The grapes producing these locally distinctive wines result from three key elements: the land, the near-perfect climate, and the blend of traditional and scientific methods used by local growers and Winemakers. Each year, Monterey County wines proudly earn scores of medals in competitions all over the world.
 * Always call first before going for a wine tasting. Hours can change.

Tasting Hours: 
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Sat. – Sun. 11:00 am - 5:00 pm 
Tours by reservation:
Mon. – Fri. 10:30 am & 2:30 pm
Sat. – Sun. 12:30 pm & 2:30 pm


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