With over 70 wineries and tasting rooms, the Santa Cruz Mountains Appellation is one of the oldest wine regions in the United States, known for award-winning pinot noir and other wines. In fact, the wine scene in Santa Cruz County is as diverse as the region's sights and as inspired as its culture. Many local wineries celebrate the County's varietals with an eclectic mix of fun and entertaining events as well. Art and wine festivals in Scotts Valley, Boulder Creek and Capitola attract wine lovers ready to celebrate the crush as well as a number of year-round wine-related events paired with delicious cuisine. Read more...
Offering uniquely hand crafted wines since 1998. Visit our sunny Corralitos Tasting Room overlooking the vines - picnic spots available, child and dog friendly. Well-behaved pets on leashes are always welcome - free dog biscuits on request and water dishes available! Voted "Best Local Winery" three years in a row.
Bargetto Winery has produced handcrafted wines in the Santa Cruz Mountains since 1933. As we celebrate more than 80 years of fine winemaking, our family invites you to taste our award-winning wines and experience the long tradition and dramatic beauty of this internationally-acclaimed appellation.
We welcome you to visit our historic Soquel winery and tasting room in this distinctive region of mountain vineyards and coastal breezes. Our Soquel tasting room is open daily from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm. You can also visit us in Monterey on Cannery Row from 11am - 6pm daily.Free Wi-Fi.
Nicholson Vineyards, Alfaro Family Vineyards, Pleasant Valley Vineyards & Windy Oaks Estate Winery & Vineyards. Local treasures where family owned wineries welcome you to sample their estate vintages. Discover picturesque Corralitos and wander through our vineyards and olive groves.
Hunter Hill Vineyard & Winery is family owned and operated. Vann & Christine Slatter and family opened the winery in 1998 on the farm that has been in the family for 100 years. Dogs are welcome but must be on leash and must be dog and human friendly!
They are there to meet, greet, entertain, guard and very often to work