As Ted Edwards noted in a 2018 interview for the winery’s estate blog, while select vintages from the Freemark wine library are available to guests during a seated tasting, Josephine’s Cellar is a Napa Cabernet club like no other. It offers, as the emeritus winemaker and proud wine librarian pointed out, a more complete look at the winery’s historic collection.
Named for the 19th century founder of the property, Josephine Tychson, the club provides access to the extensive Freemark Abbey library. The opportunity to experience a three- or four-decades old Cabernet Sauvignon in the historic St. Helena winery cellar is what really sets Josephine’s apart from other winery clubs.
Specially created for red wine collectors, Josephine’s Club members are guaranteed a share of Freemark Abbey’s most distinctive wines, unlimited entry to tasting room experiences, access to the renowned library cellar, and exclusive activities.