San Francisco Bay Wine Tourism

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Domenico Winery & Vineyards

Founded by self-taught, award-winning winemaker Dominick Chirichillo and his wife Gloria, Domenico Winery & Vineyards embraces the Italian heritage and the tradition of family winemaking.

Hannah Nicole Vineyards

Set in the lush green pastures of eastern Contra Costa County, Hannah Nicole Vineyards is a picturesque destination for wine lovers and a dream-come-true for founders Neil and Glenda Cohn.

R & B Cellars

From its very first note, San Francisco Bay's R & B Cellars has delivered premium wines infused with the musical passion of its owners, Barbara and Kevin Brown.

Rock Wall Wine Company

Boasting stunning views of the San Francisco skyline from its location in a converted 40,000-square-foot airport hangar, Rock Wall Wine Company offers an exciting way to discover distinctive California wines

Rosenblum Cellars

Known far and wide for fabulous Zinfandel, the popular winery opened its dynamic new tasting room just off the town’s main square. Rosenblum Cellars can also be enjoyed in Oakland,  CA.

The Winery SF

In 2010, a group of San Franciscans, led by winemaker Bryan Kane, started The Winery SF in a former 20,000-squarefoot naval hangar on Treasure Island right below San Francisco’s Bay Bridge.

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Too often lost in the shadow of its giant neighbors, the San Fransisco Bay Area is certainly a wine region to explore. It sits at the gateway to wine country, with Marin County to the north, Livermore Valley to the east, Ben Lomond wine country to the west, and San Mateo County to the south. It is blessed with a diversified climate and terrain that produces some remarkable wines. Vineyard acreage is concentrated in Livermore Valley, where about 3,000 acres are currently planted to grapes.

The wineries of this quality-driven region craft exceptional estate wines from the well-drained soils and a range of coastal and inland climates. The San Francisco Bay Area encompasses four smaller AVAs: Livermore Valley AVA, Pacheco Pass AVA, San Ysidro District AVA, and Santa Clara Valley AVA. Ideally located, San Francisco is positioned as a true gateway to wine country.