B.R. Cohn's Easter Brunch
Join us at the Estate for Easter Brunch! Hop on over to our annual Easter Brunch celebration for a morning of family
Hop on over to our annual Easter Brunch celebration for a morning of family fun! Enjoy live music, Easter Egg Hunts for all ages, award winning B.R. Cohn wines and brunch boxes the whole family will enjoy.
$65 General | $55* Club (up to 4 per membership) | $25 Kids 5 and older
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Space is limited, RSVP today!
- Ham & Swiss Quiche: accompanied by spring mixed salad, cheese trio with gourmet crackers, seasonal fruit salad, and a mini chocolate croissant
- Veggie Frittata: (*Vegetarian & Gluten Free) accompanied by spring mixed salad, cheese trio with gourmet gluten free crackers, seasonal fruit salad, and a gluten free mini muffin
- Ham & Cheese Croissant Sandwich
- Cheese Croissant Sandwich
Accompanied by seasonal fruit salad and blueberry mini muffin.
*We are unfortunately unable to accommodate vegan meal requests for this event.
Cancellations made 7 days or more in advance of the event date, will receive a 100% refund. No refunds will be granted if the request is received with fewer than 7 days prior to the scheduled event or for registrants who choose not to attend the event.
This event will take place outdoors under our covered pavilion rain or shine.
(Sunday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm(GMT+00:00) View in my time
B.R. Cohn Winery and Olive Oil Company
15000 Sonoma Highway, Glen Ellen, CA 95442
BR Cohn Winery is set in the rolling hills of Glen Ellen, within the Sonoma County wine country region. The winding driveway brings you to the historic farmhouse from 1920. Tastings and food pairings occur within the house or seated on the patio. The tasting room is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. Enhance your tasting with a locally sourced cheese plate. BR Cohn also makes savory wine vinegar and olive oil.
Besides being home to the annual Sonoma Harvest Music Festival, it has its roots set in rock and roll. Bruce Cohn purchased an old dairy farm in 1974, later known as Olive Hill Estates. He had grown up in Chicago, and his family moved to the bay area when he was young. He became the manager for the Doobie Brothers and remained so for 45 years. Bruce sold grapes to other wineries before founding BR Cohn Winery in 1984. As a result, people visit worldwide to enjoy wine, olive oil, and music.