As we’ve experimented over the years, we’ve come up with different ways to make our wines. For a limited time before and after the 2019 Amador County Barbera Festival you have the opportunity to try all three of our current Barberas on the market. Try them all together to taste the different styles or cellar them, as they’ve all aged wonderfully.
We know our wines can be hard to find. With no tasting room available yet, we’re doing what we can to make getting our wines easier. Therefore, until our tasting room is open, we’re dramatically reducing the cost to get you wine. If you purchase 1-5 bottles from our website, shipping will cost just $10. If you buy 6+ bottles, we’ll cover the cost. To go along with this, we’ll be in contact with you to ensure the wine shows up while you’re home and able to sign for it. Send it to your house or office, we’ll get it there safely overnight, weather permitting.
All deliveries to WA, OR, CA, ID, NV, UT, AZ, & NM will be overnight through GSO Shipping.
We’ve had a great awards season so far this year. All of our wines have performed phenomenally in the competitions we’ve entered them in. In the San Francisco Chronicle wine competition, the largest wine competition in North America, our Cabernet Sauvignon, The Jane, won a Double Gold medal. Our Barbera, The Villa, won a Gold Medal. Our Zinfandel received a Bronze medal for the SF Chronicle competition, but has also received a rating of 91 from Wine Enthusiast Magazine!
We've had a wonderful year in competitions with our wines bringing home numerous awards! Most recently, our 2015 Zinfandel received gold at the Amador County Fair, and our 2015 Barbera brought home silver from both the Amador and Orange County fairs!
See all of our wines and their associated rewards in our online store, where you can also purchase all of your favorites!
Join us Saturday, September 15th for wine, food, music, and more at the 2018 Barbera Festival! We'll be pouring our 2014 and 2015 Estate Grown Barberas and debuting our recently bottled 2016 Estate Grown Barbera. Be certain to hang around and try all three; our 2014 was aged in neutral barrels, the 2015 in American Oak, and the 2016 in French Oak, making this a rare opportunity to taste the astounding difference barrel types can make to a finished wine!
Tickets are available now on the Barbera Festival Website. This event is very popular, so be sure to get your tickets before they are all gone!