The Spinetta family has farmed in Amador County since 1852. Our family owned winery released its first three wines in 1984 and opened its tasting room in 1989.
The tasting room includes one of Northern California's largest wildlife art galleries with original watercolors, sculpture, pottery, and hundreds of framed prints from dozens of artists. Explore our extensive wildlife art gallery (over 3,000 square feet) while you taste our wines. Large bronze sculptures grace the tasting room bar top, and dozens of panels are covered with limited edition prints. An assortment of original watercolors graces the wall behind the tasting bar, and smaller items like raku pottery and woodcarvings peek out from nooks and display cases.
The winery's case production is limited, and our wines are only available in our tasting room. We ship direct to customers in forty three states, but tasting room visitors purchase nearly all of our wine while visiting in person.
The tasting room and gallery are open five days a week (closed on Tuesday and Wednesday) with the exception of major holidays. Shaded picnic grounds are available, and the surrounding towns feature an assortment of inns, restaurants, and local attractions.
We are located forty five miles east of Sacramento near the town of Plymouth and dozens of boutique wineries. Gold rush era towns such as Volcano, Sutter Creek, Amador City, and Jackson are nearby.
Amador County Chamber Member since 1984