Livermore Valley Wine Tourism

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Crooked Vine Winery
The 180-acre estate vineyard is one of the region’s top producers, but what’s more important to the Corbetts is that it yields more than 16 varieties—all of exceptional quality, from Malvasia Bianca to Petite Sirah.
Cuda Ridge Wines

In its brief history, Cuda Ridge Wines has certainly kept its pedal to the metal.

Garré Winery & Bella Rosa

In the heart of Livermore Valley, Garré Vineyard & Winery warmly welcomes guests with wonderful wines and genuine family hospitality.

Las Positas Vineyards

Founded by Lisa and Lothar Maier in 2006, Las Positas Vineyards produces small-lot, estate-grown wines of exceptional character.

Murrieta's Well

Springing from a tale as old as California itself, Murrieta's Well is defined by its distinctive blended wines, stunning location, and a rich heritage that began during California's Gold Rush era.

Nottingham Cellars

It’s evident that this passionate family-owned and operated winery will be exponential in writing the next chapter in the history of Livermore Valley wine.

Wente Vineyards

This  year marks the 130th anniversary of  Wente Vineyards, and the 101st anniversary of the Wente family bringing Chardonnay cuttings from Montpellier, France and planting them in the Livermore Valley.

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Nestled an hour east of San Francisco, the Livermore Valley is one of California’s oldest wine growing regions. Surrounded by lush vineyards, picturesque hills and quaint suburbs, the Livermore Valley has a rich history of wine making. Fifth generation winemakers, new winemakers and vineyardists all work in unison to usher the Livermore wine region into a new era of wine renaissance.

The region’s earliest history of winemaking began in the late 18th century, as Spanish missionaries planted and tended to the first Livermore Valley vineyards. Now, over 200 years later, the region has 40 functioning wineries, with over 5,000 acres of vineyards. These wineries range in size, from small, intimate 100-case wine growers, to the large, bustling 400,000-case heavyweights.

In addition to the welcoming and award-winning tasting rooms, the Livermore Valley has a wide array of activities for wine lovers and tourists of all kinds. There is an assortment of restaurants, ranging from fresh-seafood at Scott’s Restaurant to authentic Italian food at Terra Mia Cucina Italiana. Specialty wine shops, upscale retail outlets and beautiful country clubs guarantee that there will always be something to do in the Livermore Valley.

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