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Amador is old vine country; nearly 600 acres of the county’s vines are at least 60 years old, while several vineyards date to the 19th century. Nestled in the heart of Gold Country, this region is known for its rich history and rich reds. Visit www.amadorwine.com →
Amador County
First planted mid-
1800s
Known for
Old vine Zinfandel, Barbera,
Sangiovese, Syrah and Viognier
Home to the lush
Shenandoah Valley
and historic
Gold rush
towns

Amador County Wineries

16 wineries

Events in Amador County

Behind the Cellar Door

Amador Vintners Association, Plymouth

A weekend filled with world-class Amador wine, delectable small bites, barrel samples, hard-to-find vintages and wine education, all in an intimate Amador Wine Country setting.

Cost: $20-$79

Address & Location:
Amador Vintners Association, 9310 Pacific Street, Plymouth, CA

Phone: (209) 245-6992

Email: director@amadorwine.com

Website: amadorwine.com

Details: Have you ever dreamed about becoming a winemaker? Perfect for wine enthusiasts and newbies alike, Behind the Cellar Door is a weekend filled with world-class Amador wine, delectable small bites, barrel samples, hard-to-find vintages and wine education, all in an intimate Amador Wine Country setting. For more than 25 years, Amador Vintners’ member wineries have invited guests Behind the Cellar Door for one of the most entertaining and educational wine events anywhere. Guests will be able to reserve experiences at 5 different wineries each day from over 40+ wineries in Amador in the beautiful Sierra Foothills. Enjoy tasting flights, behind the scene vineyard and winery tours, and an educational experience delivered by our winemakers and winery teams. Make sure to follow us on Instagram @AmadorWine or sign up for our newsletter for additional information on this exclusive event!