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Sierra Vista EV Charging Stations!

Sierra Vista EV Charging Stations!

4 New EV charging stations are here! We’re excited to announce that we’ve expanded our sustainable energy footprint. We’ve recently installed 4 EV charging stations that are completely free to use for our paying customers! Sierra Vista was the first winery to install...

A History of Wine in the Sierra Foothills

A History of Wine in the Sierra Foothills

The 1849 California Gold Rush started as a frenzy for wealth. But while most prospectors left after realizing that their hopes for riches wouldn’t come to fruition, a few stayed, tilled the soil, and turned their skills at farming into success. Those farmers set the...

Enjoy winter scenery in our wine-tasting pods

Enjoy winter scenery in our wine-tasting pods

It’s still winter in the Sierra Foothills, and although we’re expecting it to warm up soon, it’s still pretty cold. At least, it’s cold to us here in California. It might surprise those of you who are living in the cold Northeast or the snowy Midwest, but here, we...

The Secret To Growing Good Grapes

The Secret To Growing Good Grapes

January is a slow time of year in wine country in California. Although there is always plenty to be done in the vineyards like disking for cover crops, and we have pruning coming up soon, but it’s neither growing nor harvest time as far as grape growing cycle goes....

The History of Tiger Lily Wine

The History of Tiger Lily Wine

At the end of the Mexican American war in 1848 the Mormon battalion forged the first wagon trail to make their way back to their families in the Salt Lake area from the Pleasant Valley area. The trail connected northern California with many other eastern territories....