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This family run winery established in 2006 focuses on sustainability. Bella Grace strives for excellence and has won two 'Best of California' awards for Barbera and Grenache Blanc wines.
Wine tastings for $5, fresh corndogs with the softest batter and a market selling apples and pears and a wide variety of apple pastries and treats including: apple pie, apple turn overs, apple tarts, caramel covered apples, caramel-nut covered apples.. th
This tasting room is in a little complex off the Carson exit on 50. Nice and simple, DiVittorio is worth going to, even without the traditional rustic views, for their many varietals and ports.
Join us at E16 Winery for an elegant "off the beaten path" feel of the Fairplay AVA in the Sierra Foothills. Elegance and Balance from extraordinary wines to the Wine Cave and the Star Bar.
Located quite a drive off the freeway down a little two lane road next to David Gerard Winery, come enjoy a tasting with a relaxing deck to sit outside on and enjoy your wine with a nice view of the surrounding hills and their vineyard. They also brew the
Hosting antiques from the gold mining era, the world’s largest gold leaf specimen, and built like a 19th century gold mill, this vineyard exudes wild west charm in the heart of the Sierra Foothills. Try your hand at panning for gold at the onsite sluice.
The tastings are fairly priced and the associates behind the bar are very friendly and knowledgeable about their wine, and what best to pair it with. They offer snack packages for you should you decide to enjoy the deck with a bottle and a picnic. If you
Scott Harvey's tasting room in St. Helena serves up food-friendly Zinfandel, Syrah and Barbera wines from the Sierra foothills.