Skip to comments.Pinot and M&M Pairings at Claypool Cellars
Posted on 04/23/2014 4:17:16 PM PDT by nickcarraway
It might be the smallest tasting room in Sonoma County -- possibly anywhere -- but Claypool Cellars manages to pack a lot of personality into the converted railroad caboose inside Sebastopol's Gravenstein Station. There's the obvious draw of winery namesake Les Claypool, the frontman and bass guitarist of the alt-rock band Primus and the recently formed Duo de Twang, a rockabilly-bluegrass combo.
Rather than making the tasting room (which Claypool nicknamed the Fancy Booze Caboose) a shrine to Claypool's rock 'n' roll life, he and wife Chaney wholeheartedly embraced the train theme by displaying choice pieces of her late father's antique train collection.
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I see Dave Mustaine is making wine these days too.
Les Claypool auditioned with Metallica many years ago but they told him that he needed to go do his own thing.
My all time favorite video.
I have to visit it. I love wine and trains.
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