Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for a wine tasting for two ($50 value)
- $45 for a wine tasting for four ($100 value)
During each tasting, groups sample charcuterie snacks from the winery’s specialty-foods shop, then have an hour of access to a bocce ball court.
La Nebbia Winery
Ever since John Gemello started his eponymous winery in the hillside of the Santa Clara Valley in 1934, it's paid homage to the Old World wines of his native Italy. Much has changed over the years, though, including relocating to Half Moon Bay in 1979. Settling into the bay's misty, ethereal grounds eventually prompted a name change: to La Nebbia, the Italian word for "fog". So if it's been awhile since visiting the winery, here's what you can plan to do there:
Have a picnic. Bring your own spread, or drop into the winery's shop for charcuterie and other specialty foods. The lush, picturesque grounds are the perfect setting for a pairing picnic; afterward, challenge companions or smug-looking birds to a game on the bocce ball courts.
Taste the wine. La Nebbia's Old World–inspired tasting room invites groups to sample varietals while learning about different California grapes and wine regions.
Bottle, cork, and label your own. Recurring "Barrel to Bottle" events began as an informal recycling trick, and have since grown into official gatherings where guests fill their own jugs and bottles from the barrels.