Alameda County Wineries – Go Urban Wine Tasting Now!

Alameda County Wineries – Go Urban Wine Tasting Now!

Alameda County WineriesAlameda County wineries are producing some fabulous wines in what is called the East Bay region near San Francisco. These urban wineries have made a name for themselves with their award winning vinos.

Some of these wineries have tasting rooms that are regularly open for tasting. Others are only open by appointment and special events. Now is the time to discover these very special urban wineries!

Tip: Call in advance to verify their hours and make an appointment if necessary.
 


 

 

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List of Alameda County Wineries

Adams Point Winery
Address: 1340 5th St., Berkeley, CA
Telephone: (510) 68-9174
Adams Point specializes in tropical fruit and dessert wines made from all fruit. Wines include Mango, Papaya and Persimmon wines.

A Donkey and a Goat
Address: 2323B 4th St Berkeley CA 94710
Telephone: (510) 868-9174
Open for special events and by appointment.
This Berkeley winery was established in 2002 when husband and wife team, Jarey and Tracey left their day jobs and decided to create their own winery.

Aubin Cellars
Address: 6050 Colton Blvd., Oakland, CA 94611
Telephone: (510) 339-0170
Aubin Cellars specializes in Pinot Noir, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc, French Colombard, and Gewurtraminer.

Building 43 Winery
Address: 2440 Monarch St., Alameda, CA
Telephone: (510) 872-1701
Call for reservations.
This winery produces small batches of handcrafted wines using grapes grown in the Sierra Foothills. This unique tasting is located on the former Alameda Naval Air Station.

Dashe Cellars
Address: 1951 Monarch Street Hangar 25, Oakland, CA
Telephone: (510) 452-1800
Open by reservation only.
In addition to the winery and tasting room in Oakland, Dashe Cellars shares a tasting room in the heart of Zinfandel country, at the Family Wineries Tasting Room outside of Healdsburg. Dashe Cellars is known for their single vineyard Zinfandel and also produce Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Eno Wines
Address: 446 60th, Oakland, CA
Telephone: (415) 515-7227
Open by appointment only.
Eno Wines is a small boutique winery that specializes in limited productions of Pinot Noir, Old Vine Zinfandel, Grenach, and Syrah.

R&B Cellars
Address: 1325 Canval Blvd. Point Richmond, CA
Telephone: (510) 749-8477
Call for reservations
Kevin and Barbara Brown have combined their love for wine and music to create a winery with outstanding wine and people feel welcomed. They have a variety of award-winning wines for you to taste. Call for their hours as they have been in transition from one location to another.

Rosenblum Cellars
Address:10 Clay St., Oakland, CA
Telephone: (877)478-9467
Open by reservations Tuesday-Sunday Noon to 8 PM
Rosenblum is known for their single vineyard Zinfandel, but produce many other award winning and fabulous tasting wines. This is a must stop when touring Alameda County wineries.

Urban Legend
Address: 1951 Monarch St. Bldg 25, Oakland, CA
Telephone: (510) 545-4356
Open Fridays through Sundays by reservation.
Wines include Teroldego, Vermentino, Barbera, Tannat, and a bubbly.

Vineyard rows of grapesIf you travel further east on Hwy. 580, it’s a short drive from Alameda County to the Livermore Wine Country where you will find over 70 wineries in a scenic rural area around Livermore. It’s worth a drive to check it out!


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