Dog-friendly Driven Cellars

Driven Cellars

12595 Steiner Rd.
Plymouth, California 95669
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Local Phone: (209) 245-4545

It began in 1993, when Rudy Chinco purchased 41 rolling acres in California's Shenandoah Valley.

The region is noted for its intense, rich Zinfandels and other zesty reds.

Rudy, his son Chris and daughter Cathy worked side by side, planting their vineyards and laying plans for the winery, which opened 10 years later.

Antique cars and tractors seemed to make their way to the winery and the family decided to build a home for the collection and create a destination for others who share their enthusiasm for wine and vintage cars.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

Well-behaved leashed dogs welcome!

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in picnic area or patio

Kona Bear visits Andis Winery. Photo Credit: @konabear_wolfdog
Kona Bear visits Andis Winery. Photo Credit: @konabear_wolfdog
If there’s one part of California wine country getting an exceptional amount of buzz this past year, it’s Amador County—and specifically the Shenandoah Valley AVA, best known for its robust zinfandels. Most of the 20-plus wineries in this relatively compact area welcome dogs in their picnic areas if not their tasting rooms, but you’ll want to get settled into the night’s lodging before setting out to sip and swirl. more »
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