Fenestra Winery

Fenestra Winery

83 Vallecitos Rd.
Livermore, California 94550
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Local Phone: (925) 447-5246

Fenestra Winery was established by the Replogle family on the historic Ruby Hill property and in 1980 occupied the century-old George True Winery building on Vallecitos Road.

Now part of the Ruby Hill development, which includes a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, homes and 900 acres of vineyards, the winery building has been refurbished and vineyards have been planted around the winery.

The winery specializes in classically balanced, award-winning wines from primarily Livermore Valley grapes.

Livermore Valley's first boutique winery, Fenestra Winery is celebrating over 35 years of fine wines.

Please check winery website for days and hours of operation.

Dog Access:

  • Dogs allowed in picnic area or patio

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