Berryessa Gap Vineyards

Berryessa Gap Vineyards

27260 Hwy. 128 and 15 Main St.
Winters, California 95694
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Local Phone: (530) 795-3201

With two locations, a tasting room in historic downtown Winters, and a vineyard and tasting room in a country setting just outside Winters, this winery is the place to go to sample award-winning wines and view great art. It takes its name from a prominent pass in the Coast Range.

The downtown Winters tasting room is at 15 Main Street.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation. 

• Leashed dogs welcome at outdoor tables.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in picnic area or patio, dog friendly, tasting room, winery

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