COMING EARLY 2024
Owned and operated by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, the new Tasting Room will showcase the agricultural bounty of the Tribe’s Capay Valley homeland. This convenient location will welcome visitors with wine tastings, shopping, and a changing selection of made-to-order hot and cold small plates that reflect each season’s best. The in-house chef and culinary team will developwine-friendly menusthat highlight Séka Hills extra virgin olive oils, Yocha Dehe ranch-raised beef and farm fresh produce.
UPDATE [January 25, 2024]
Great news: The Séka Hills Tasting Room in Midtown Sacramento is on schedule to open later this spring. We are excited about this new location, and we’re already working on the menu as we finish the build out, begin staff training, and add to our selection of regional culinary goods, pantry staples, and gifts for the home and kitchen to our offerings of Séka Hillsestate grown olive oils, wines, honey, nuts, and other tribal products. Stay tuned for these delicious details.
With all this going on, the satellite Tasting Room at the Old Sugar Mill will close on February 11th, with the staff transitioning to the Midtown Séka Hills Tasting Room. We thank you for visiting us at the Old Sugar Mill these last several years. Of course, the Séka Hills Olive Mill and Tasting Room in the heart of the Capay Valley is open and welcomes you to enjoy our 2023 harvest olive oils, taste our wines, and relish our made-to-order sandwiches and salads, Wednesday through Sunday. Driving through the Capay Valley during peak almond blossom time should not be missed, so please stop by during the Capay Valley Almond Festival on Sunday, February 25.
We’ll let you know when the Midtown tasting room is ready to open, and we look forward to seeing you there soon!