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Tulocay Wine Club

Since our first vintage in 1975, Tulocay has been in the derrière-garde of the wine industry, and our not having a wine club was a good example of our lack of marketing prowess.

But now we have one, so this is how it works:

Once our Board of Directors has approved your membership, you'll receive two shipments of wine per year. The cost will be between $80 and $120 each, including shipping and sales tax (if you live in California), and will be billed to your credit card. (If you don’t have a credit card, you’re probably living in your car. Please tell us the nearest intersection so we can find you.)

Other benefits include the opportunity to bottle Tulocay wine without pay, unlimited use of the Tulocay Club House (when we find the ladder), and the smug feeling of belonging to Napa Valley’s least exclusive wine club. Once you join the Tulocay Wine Club, you’ll receive a twenty percent (20%) discount on all Tulocay purchases.

For more information, phone us at 707-255-4064 or email us at Our operators are on duty awaiting your call.


Bill Cadman

Tulocay Wine Club

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March 21, 2019

Greetings Valued Wine Club Members,

If you feel like it's been a long, wet winter with nary a Wine Club shipment, so do we! Our three spring wine offerings are perfect for the warming weather. All hail from unique, historical vineyards throughout California and we made these single-vineyard wines exclusively for you, the Wine Club member, meaning the rest of the world can't have 'em! They are:

2018 Rosé of Mourvedre, Contra Costa County ($25; $20 Wine Club) — Oakley, California may seem like an unusual spot for grapes, but tucked between the tract homes and strip malls are some of the oldest and most unique vineyards in California. The Mourvedre in this rosé comes from 100-year-old, own-rooted vines planted in sandy soils and dry farmed. We picked early, whole cluster pressed, and fermented over a period of two weeks in stainless steel, then aged in neutral oak. Peach and stone fruit on the nose, bright acid, with a crisp and dry finish, it is a bit more serious than many pink wines, but still lots of fun. Screw capped for easy access. We envision this pairing delightfully with all your summer fare, from sushi to oysters to beach picnics. 40 cases produced.

2017 Cadman Chardonnay, Haynes Vineyard, Napa Valley ($36; $28.80 Wine Club) — These grapes hail from the beautiful, quadrilateral trellised vines at Haynes Vineyard, where the grapes retain their acidity while ripening slowly. Whole cluster pressed, we kept this lot in stainless steel for fermentation and élevage, retaining the bright fruit character. It is uniquely different from a barrel-aged Chardonnay, with pineapple, citrus, and fennel on the nose, and zippy acidity throughout the finish. Serve chilled and drink now.

2016 Lodi Old Vine Petite Sirah ($37; $29.60 Wine Club) — The 60-year-old vines, grown by longtime Lodi farmer Walt Cranston, are head-trained, dry-farmed, and own-rooted. They produced a rich, approachable wine that has blue fruit, black pepper, and blackberry jam on the nose. Limit one bottle per shipment.


  • We have 3, 6, and 12-bottle shippers.

  • Let us know via email or phone if you have an address update (we like business addresses best) or credit card numbers have changed or have any vinous queries.

Thanks as always for your support of our boutique, artisanal, father-daughter owned and operated, gluten-free winery on the hill!

Bill and Brie Cadman



Tulocay Winery

1426 Coombsville Road • Napa, CA 94558

Phone: (707) 255-4064
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