How to get a ticket for the Wolff Estate wine tasting on Aug. 4 at Biltmore Estate vineyard in Beverly Hills
The Beverly Hills home of John Wolff, the heir to the wine-producing fortune that has given rise to some of the most iconic brands in the world, is about to get another tour.
Biloxi’s Wolff estate has teamed up with Biltbetter Estate, the Beverly Hills boutique where Wolff purchased the estate in 2005, to showcase a rare-wine tasting that’s expected to sell out.
A group of Wolffs and his wife, Alice, are expected to attend, according to an invitation obtained by Recode.
A representative for Biltwell’s Wolffe Estate could not be reached for comment.
Wolff and Alice Wolff are known for their long-running, multi-generational love affair with wine, and the Wolf family, which includes Alice and John, are known to frequent vineyards and wineries in the Los Angeles area.
Biltmore’s Wolffer Estate, which is located in Beverly, has a vineyard with the Wolfs that produces more than 80 varieties of wines, including Biltweiser, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
In addition to wine, the estate also has vineyards in California, New York and Australia.
Bilts own vineyard was purchased in 2010 by the Wolfeys.
In 2011, they bought out Biltco, a Biltwater company that also owned a vineyards near their Beverly Hills residence, and began a massive renovation project to the Wolffe estate in a project dubbed the “Wolffe Ranch.”
In October of 2016, the Wolfdys opened their first vineyard at the Beverly Oaks home of Biltone.
In the first year, they added five vineyards that produce more than 200 varieties of grapes.
Biltman’s Wolfthe Estate was completed in 2018 and includes the vineyard that now hosts Wolff’s vineyard.
Bills’ Wolff is the first heir to John Wolfer’s $25 billion fortune to be a full-fledged wine enthusiast.
The family’s wealth is also an inspiration to the Biltwood community.
The Wolff family owns more than 3,000 homes in the Beverlywood, which encompasses Biltway and Biltmans Vineyard, as well as a large parcel of land owned by the Bilts.